It’s fun. It’s easy. And it all started with a completely different recipe.
I love my Kraft Food and Family magazine. A recipe for a Baked Cheese and Veggie Twist caught my eye- but the ingredient list was one that my family would never go for. Broccoli? No way! Mushrooms? Nuh-uh! But my wheels started spinning… what a fun way to make a pizza!
Crescent rolls, lined up as shown in the magazine (or you can watch the video on that link up there), a layer of sauce, pepperoni, mozzarella. Folded the edges over to form the “wreath.” Used a crescent roll triangle to form a middle to the wreath. Baked at 375 for 20 minutes. Took it out and put a few slices of pepperoni in the middle and then put mozzarella all around the wreath. Baked another 10 mins.
I sliced it like a pizza. Put a slice on Teagan’s plate, one on Zach’s plate. We cut it up into bites and inspiration hit me… what’s more fun than a fork? A toothpick! But we didn’t have any. Maybe… a skewer? None of those. But I did have chopsticks- each child got one stick and the fun began!
And while Jeff didn’t get in on the skewer action, he did enjoy the meal. He even went back for seconds later on! We had a side of peas with it- it’s on Teagan’s list!