The post-surgery fog is lingering. Things aren't clicking at a usual pace and I have been mindlessly forgetting appointments and other scheduled events. If I have blown you off in the past week, I kindly ask your forgiveness. It's a miracle I came up with the idea for these delicious little pizza bowls the other day. I said to the boys, "I have a dinner idea for tonight that I think you are going to LOVE!" Without skipping a beat, Elijah said back to me, "Are they Interesting Pizzas?!" He does that every once in a while. He pulls things right out of my head. He nailed it. They are indeed interesting pizzas. He made me promise I would include that in the title.
Ramekin bowls work perfectly for this recipe, but any oven-safe bowl will do. Coat them generously with cooking spray.
Cut a rectangle of pizza crust dough (the refrigerated variety works great) into four equal pieces and press into the prepared bowls. Press down with your fingers a little bit extra on the bottoms, as this part won't cook as quickly as the outsides.
Smear a little pizza sauce along the bottoms and sides.
Add toppings of choice and cheese.
The more toppings you pile on, the longer the cooking time will be. My loaded ones took somewhere betwee 17-20 minutes and the ones with just a bit of pepperoni and cheese were done in 15 minutes.
We loved these interesting pizzas! Hope you do, as well.