In our house, it's my husband who generally goes out and does the grocery shopping (it's always been
Sunday night I decided to give it a try, although I didn't have some of the ingredients my husband likes (he likes Hawaiian or Pepperoni and Bacon ... me, I pick all that off, but leave the bacon), I decided to use what I had. The main meat (cause the man needs his meat!!!) I used was ground beef, quickly browned. I had mozzarella, and onions (he likes onion in pretty much anything), and bacon ... that would have to do. On my own "half" instead of onion I used spinach. I like onion, but not in everything, and he isn't a fan of spinach in anything.
Seems like a long post for just pizza doesn't it? But honestly, we're pretty excited about this pizza. So excited I took it next door to my son-in-law to try :) What I liked about the Stone-Fire crust are simply this:
Stonefire Pizza crusts are created in the Italian tradition, made with high-quality ingredients and no artificial preservatives, flavors or colors. Our crusts are baked at a high heat in a stone oven to give it the look and taste of an authentic Italian pizza crust. Stonefire Pizza crusts are ready to be topped and served right out of the package.
StoneFire Artisan Pizza Crust <--- check them out.
... well, that and the fact that they taste really good too!
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One quarter of the pizza (my side of it) was about 320 calories (2 slices), and one quarter of the pizza (the man's side because his had way more beef than mine) was about 350 calories. Looking at the smallish pieces, he wasn't sure 2 small slices would be enough but after finishing them, he decided he was full enough that he didn't really need any more. For a really hearty eater, 2 slices might not be enough if you skimp with the toppings (there was a lot of beef on his) but for both of us, two was enough for dinner. (The printable recipe has the weights and measures of the toppings I used.)
Although this is a recipe (so, going under the cooking menu), it's also a bit of a plug for StoneFire Pizza Crusts (so also under the kitchen product reviews) because they really are worth trying (and make your life easier).