Tonight I craved pizza.
I mean, I really, really wanted pizza.
Like a lot.
But I didn’t want cheap and nasty, greasy Pizza Hut, the local pizza place is virtually extortion, and as good as it is when I do get around to making it, it was too late to make my usual pizza dough from scratch – it needs at least an hour to prove. I wanted real cheat’s pizza that tasted just as good as the stuff from the shop, but with less effort than looking online for a menu.
So I rummaged, and I came up with a packet of these:
Now making pizzas from pita bread and wraps is hardly original, but nevertheless, I was amazed at how extremely good these were – they tasted almost exactly like Pizza Hut thin bases, but without the chunky, dry edges.
I used some left over tomato and herb sauce as a base and let JJ go wild decorating his own little pizza.
I popped four of these in the oven and they crisped up beautifully. Four little pizzas were more than enough to feed the three of us. A much lower calorie and lower carb alternative to store bought pizzas and much, much better than Pizza Hut. I estimated that each of these pizza’s cost about $2 – I bet you could make it cheaper in America too – Australian food prices tend to be higher in general.
I think these are wonderful. Happiness on a plate.