Who doesn’t love pizza? Cheese, carbs, sauce… did I mention cheeeese?! Sure, you could pick up the phone and dial your favorite local pizza place (just please… no Dominos or Papa Johns if you live in NYC), but it’s really not hard to make your own. You definitely don’t need a pizza oven. And you don’t even need to make your own dough. Just stock your kitchen with my favorite items below, pick up some dough at your local bakery or pizza place on your way home, and then get cooking (don’t forget the wine!).
Kickin’ things off with this “breakfast” pizza, because…well, do I really need to explain why?
I’d happily eat this for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. But be warned: It’s incredibly filling. My husband and I regularly eat for four (no judgments!), but we did leave one slice behind when I made this. Just couldn’t possibly have one more bite.
The good news? No special equipment required: A pizza stone is helpful (this one is my favorite), but you could totally use a cookie sheet too. The key is getting the cooking surface hot—and I mean super hot. And adding some flour or cornmeal…don’t forget that or you’ll have a sticky mess on your hands.