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Big fan of frozen pizza. Cheap, quick, delicious, perfect. Problem: You have to live within the pizza companies flavors and sizes, most of them are majorly unhealthy, and the ones that are okay are usually more expensive. But I don’t always have the time or manpower make up a homemade pizza with Will’s famous crust. Or any homemade crust. Sometimes you don’t want to put in any more effort than spreading sauce and cheese on a tortilla and popping that in the microwave. Luckily, I have recently discovered the joy of making your own frozen pizza. Perfection and health of homemade, with the convenience of frozen.
I find the best way to go about this is to just make a double batch (or more) of crust when you are already making pizza, but you can use the timing and quantity that works best for you. While turning a fresh pizza into a frozen pizza is incredibly easy, I would recommend not doing so unless you are accustomed to making your own pizza. It will not turn out well if you don’t know what crust or toppings and proportions you like. Trust me.
So let’s do it! Let’s stock our freezers with real, clean, frozen pizza!
Coming up: A pizza crust taste test and review, and a recipe for 100% whole wheat pizza. Stay tuned!
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