Pizza Crust, 3 Ways

  • SERVES: 1 to 2
  • PREP: 5 to 30 minutes
  • TOTAL TIME: 15 to 50 minutes

Unconventional hacks… delicious outcomes.

Pizza is a necessary comfort food at any time, but right now it just feels ESSENTIAL. There are few things better than eating a homemade pizza - you can choose whatever topping you want and eat it piping hot straight out of the oven. If you're on a homemade bread kick I applaud you, but if you're not (like me) and need more options, I came up with three easy, delicious ways to make pizza crust. They take no more than 30 minutes and are so so good. Some of them might be a little unconventional, but trust me - the weirdest combos often times make the best foods.

For the Matzo & Tortilla Crusts:

  • Matzo

  • Tortillas

For The Cauliflower Crust:

  • 1

    small cauliflower (about 1¼ pounds)

  • ½

    cup shredded mozzarella cheese

  • 1

    egg, lightly beaten

  • 1

    teaspoon kosher salt

  • ½

    teaspoon garlic powder

  • ½

    teaspoon onion powder

  • ¼

    teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

For the Toppings:

  • Pizza Sauce

  • Alfredo Sauce in a Jar

  • Prepared Pesto

  • Shredded Mozzarella

  • Shaved Parm

  • Pepperoni

  • Salami

  • Red Onions

  • Olives

  • Green Peppers

  • Mushrooms

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Everyday Family Pan
Everyday Family Pan

This deep, preseasoned cast iron pan is your one-stop shop for making perfect family-style meals packed with flavor. Large enough for one-pot meals, like chicken over a bed of potatoes, it can also fry up a whole lot of bacon, sear a few steaks perfectly, or bake a crusty pizza. Naturally nonstick for no-fuss cleanup Unlike most cast iron, seasoning (the process of baking oil into the pan) is not required Glass lid is tempered and can handle a 350°F oven

The Stir-Anything Wooden Utensil Set
The Stir-Anything Wooden Utensil Set

Grab the slotted spoon to stir and al dente-test pasta, the spatula for slicing and serving quiche and crumbles, and the spoon for everything else. Carved from olive wood that ages beautifully, these utensils also level up a tablescape—use them for serving salad, spicy slaw, and spaghetti. Olive wood has a natural oil finish, for stain resistance, a little shine and a lot of use. Use the flat, spatula-style utensil to divvy and serve quiche, brownies, berry crumbles and other treats best served warm.

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