Whole wheat pizza

I love pizza.  I also love anything whole wheat.  So when a friend told me she just bought some whole wheat pizza dough at Stop & Shop, I was all over it like white on rice.

I’ve seen these at Big Y too in case that’s a better location for you.  And my guess is that they also sell it at the other grocery stores that I do not visit because I’m too lazy to drive far away.

In any case – this is the whole wheat pizza dough.  It’s pre-made for you, which is nice.  All you have to do is spread a whole bunch of flour, roll out the dough and stick it in the oven at 450 degrees for about 5 minutes before putting toppings on it.  I usually put a little bit of olive oil in the middle too.

Then, the fun part – what to put on your pizza.

That is exactly what you think it is – don’t judge me.  You gotta try it.  Hot dogs and broccoli on pizza are delicious.

I usually put sauce, followed by cheese, salt and pepper, some garlic and toppings.  Hot dogs and broccoli on half

And artichokes on the other.

It is delicious.

Trust me on this one.

Especially the hot dogs.

What are some of your favorite toppings?


Comments

  1. Girly Green Girl says:

    The Usual: Artichokes, Broccoli and Provolone Cheese! I actually plan to make a pizza tonight, or tomorrow night depending on schedules, with pesto, chicken and broccoli (I think it will be delish!)

  2. We made pizza over the weekend — one red and one green. It's the best way to use the last tomatoes and basil of the season. As for hotdogs on pizza, I think that if I mention this to my husband, he'll want to try it immediately!

  3. Ham & pineapple (oh, very sad about the non-veggieness of that)

  4. Fickle Cattle says:

    Broccoli on pizza. Sounds weird. But is also a stroke of genius.

    http://ficklecattle.blogspot.com/

  5. We made pizza over the weekend — one red and one green. It's the best way to use the last tomatoes and basil of the season. As for hotdogs on pizza, I think that if I mention this to my husband, he'll want to try it immediately!

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