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Throughout the week while my husband is at work, I tend to get huge pizza cravings. Sometimes I oblige and get some “fast food” pizza or I’ll pop a frozen pizza in the oven. However, I really wanted a while pizza recently and I couldn’t find it anywhere. So I decided I had to find a recipe to make my own.
This pizza is so unbelievingly simple because the toppings are ingredients that are found in any typical pantry. You can probably find the ingredients in your kitchen right now. Give this pizza a try, you won’t regret it!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Table for Two Blog.
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Quick Tip: Serve with a side of warmed marinara sauce as an appetizer.