30 Minute Pizza Crust is quick and simple because there is no need for rising time. Divide the dough into mini crusts so everyone can create their own perfect pizza snack!
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It’s clear from my Facebook feed that it is back-to-school week in many areas. I’m seeing so many photos of littles dressed in their freshly pressed clothes, posing with little chalkboard signs for their first day of school. And I’ve got to admit, it gives me a little – okay, a lot – of anxiety, because Elle will be one of those littles next fall.
It makes me sad, happy, and proud all at the same time. Clearly, I have about 365 days to get a grip on these emotions so I’m not that parent, hysterically crying outside the preschool classroom door. And trust me, I’ll need all 365 days.
Even though Elle isn’t in school quite yet, we still have a pretty full schedule of activities planned for her this fall. Between toddler gymnastics, nature school, and swimming lessons – my babe has a better social calendar than most adults I know – including me.
Although I’d love to tell you that I’m amazing with meal planning, the truth is I’m not. We’re often scrambling to come up with lunch, dinner, and snack ideas at the last minute. But if there’s one thing I can count on Elle eating, it’s pizza.
Not only does she like to eat pizza, she loves to help make them – especially mini pizzas. She’ll happily sauce and top pizzas while sneaking pepperonis any day of the week.
If I’m being honest, sometimes I take a shortcut and use whole wheat English muffins for her crust, but I’ve been stepping up my pizza game lately by using this 30 Minute Pizza Crust from Fleischmann’s® Yeast.
It comes together in minutes using a just a handful of ingredients. My favorite thing about this dough is that there’s no long rise time involved. Simply wait 10 minutes and let Fleischmann’s® RapidRise® Yeast do the rest.
Just toss everything into a bowl, mix up, give it a good kneading, and let it rest for 10 minutes. Pat the dough into a pizza pan, add on your favorite toppings, and you’re good to go.
Seriously, check out how easy it is:
We like to divide our dough into 4 equal pieces so everyone can create their own. Put all of your favorite toppings on the counter and get your kiddos involved in a pizza-making assembly line.
If you’re feeling fancy, you can make the mini pizzas a little more fun by using small fondant or cookie cutters to spell words or create fun shapes out of pepperonis.
Whether you’re whipping mini pizzas up at the last minute for a weeknight dinner, or letting the kiddos get creative for an afternoon snack, you’ll definitely want to give this 30 Minute Pizza Crust a try. And be sure to bake a little extra because what’s better than homemade pizza?