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I've been working such long hours building my new online stores (links below in case you have an urge to go shopping!), setting up my new STOCK IMAGE SITE (where you can now download a variety of all my different forms of art for use on your websites, blogs, articles, etc) that I have not had as much time to cook my lovely appetizers and meals lately.

I'm a little embarrassed to admit that I bought a stack of those individual frozen pizzas for my freezer. Hey, they were on sale for a buck and I was desperate for fast food that didn't involve gas and a drive-up window! BUT you really can turn some of these sad little excuses for pizza into something entirely edible with just a little work.

Here's what I did.
  • First, I bought the kind that have the crispy crust because the dough on the others really doesn't cut it for me.
  • Then I simply cut up a few extra veggies like broccoli and green peppers, grabbed a cup of shredded cheese and 6 or seven slices of salami and set those aside.
  • I put the frozen pizza in the oven and baked it at the temperature suggested on the package for half the time - this gets it to the unfrozen state
  • Then I took it out and added my extra veggies, cheese and meat and
  • Baked it for the remaining time.
You'll be surprised how this sad little pizza that started out with a few specks of teeny sausage and a pinch of shredded cheese turned into something that actually tasted decent!

It's a heck of an alternative to peanut butter and crackers or a trip to Mickey D's when you have no time to cook and don't want greasy salt ridden fast food! Next time I'm starting with a cheese pizza and adding garlic and an assortment of chopped frozen veggies from a bag! Then I'm gonna try tossing on some leftover chicken, extra cheese and some barbecue sauce!

Pretty soon you'll all be calling me the Diva of Gourmet Frozen Pizza, lol.

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