For dinner tonight, turn on the fun and try one of these
easy-to-make pizza recipes that begin with convenient
Pillsbury refrigerated pizza crust. Bring the whole family
into the kitchen to make preparation a hands-on activity.
Each person can add a tasty, customized twist along the way. For
example, the 4-Square Family Pizza allows for four tailored mini
masterpieces all on one crust that bake at one time. There’s also a
slam dunk idea for pleasing kids who love playing with their food.
Pizza Dipping Sticks are a hand-held version of pepperoni pizza
in a dunkable stick. Or tap into a pizzeria trend and bake up a
Stuffed Crust Pizza. The kids will have fun helping “stuff” the
crust with string cheese. Buffalo Chicken Pizza is a top taste pick
that’s baked in a rectangle for easy serving.
“Making pizza together is a great way to get dinner on the
table while having some fun as a family in the kitchen,” said
Julie Hinderks, pizza recipe creator and senior test kitchen expert.
“When you start with refrigerated pizza crust dough, it’s easy to
roll up your sleeves and join in — from pressing out the dough,
to adding sauce, to topping the pizza with cheese and favorite
ingredients. People will find there are countless ways to improvise,
customize and create a pizza that everyone in the family will enjoy.”
For more pizza recipes, visit www.Pillsbury.com and type “pizza”
into the Search Recipes box.
Bring fun to mealtime
with these tasty pizza
recipes your family will
love to make and eat.
1 lb boneless skinless chicken
breasts, cut into 1/2-inch pieces
1 medium sweet onion, chopped
3 tablespoons red pepper sauce
1 cup diced plum (Roma) tomatoes
1 cup shredded Monterey Jack
cheese (4 oz)
1. Heat oven to 425°F. Lightly coat cookie
sheet with olive oil. Unroll dough; with
sharp knife or pizza cutter, cut into 4 rec-
tangles. Place rectangles on cookie sheet;
press each into 6x5-inch rectangle.
2. In 10-inch skillet, melt butter over
medium-high heat. A