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How to Make Your Own Frozen Pizza

Who doesn't love pizza night? Whether it's going to pick one up or making your own, I think we can all agree that pizza night is a favorite!

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I love just throwing a pizza in the oven, but I don't like buying store bought frozen ones. To get a decent pizza, you have to buy a good brand (in my opinion) and that can really add up on your grocery bill! I decided I'd try to make my own frozen pizza, and I was surprised by how easy it was!

My original plan was to make the pizza, freeze it on the pan, (so that it keeps it's shape) then remove the pan and make another pizza to freeze. Instead I ended up cooking this pizza before I could get another one made. 🙂

Since I wanted to remove the pizza from the pan, I started out by spraying and flouring the pizza pan really well. Then, I rolled out the crust I had made in my bread maker.

I made the pizza as I would if I we're putting it in the oven right then and then wrapped it up with plastic wrap. After that I put it in the freezer!

The great thing about store bought frozen pizzas is that you can pull them out of the freezer and put them straight into the oven. I knew that's what I wanted to do with my pizza, otherwise it wouldn't be as convenient.

I pulled it out of the freezer, unwrapped it, and slid it off the pan it was frozen on onto my other pizza pan (I wanted to make sure I had floured it enough). After that, I put it directly in the oven to cook for about 25 minutes on 350 degrees.

I was nervous the cheese would burn and the center would still be doughy, but it turned out great! It cooked evenly and tasted delicious.

Next time, I do think I will bake the crust for about 5 minutes before I add any of the toppings because I think it will make a crispier crust. Other than that, I can't think of anything I need to change. See how easy it is?

Have you ever made your own frozen pizza? How did it turn out?Comment below and let me know!

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