Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Homemade French Bread Pizza

The other day, we got a call from the little store up the street from us that they have a bunch of bread for us. They were going to throw away the leftover bread they use to make their sub sandwiches because it didn't get used.

Last time they gave us bread, I made more Bread Crumbs, Garlic Bread, and Croutons. This time I used most of it to make French bread pizzas for a quick lunch option for Matt and I.

They are so easy to make, it doesn't really need a recipe for them. I made pepperoni pizzas from the first loaf (we had 5 loaves, but I made more garlic bread from 2 of the loaves) and will make sausage and hamburger for the second loaf. Not sure for the last loaf yet.

I can get 6 pizzas out of one loaf of the french bread that I get. I cut the ends off because they are usually really tough after cooking. Then I cut the bread in three parts and cut those parts in half.

Then each part gets covered in your favorite pizza sauce (I use jar sauce that I didn't make, oh the horrors hehe).

Then covered in cheese. This is a pizza blend with a few different kinds of cheese in it.

Finally the toppings of your choice. When I do the sausage and hamburger, I cook up the meats and let them cool before putting them on the pizzas.

Once your pizzas are all made, then put them on a cookie sheet and cover with plastic wrap. Place the whole thing in your freezer for a few hours to freeze up good.

Once they are all frozen, wrap each pizza up individually. I like to use that Press N' Seal stuff for this. Pop them in a freezer bag, label and date and trow back into the freezer. You can also write the cooking temp and time on the bag if you choose. I cook the pizzas it at 350° F for 18-20 minutes.

1 comment:

  1. You sure got some great ideas. This is really kool.


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