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Quick, Easy Pizzas
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Eat hot or cold
Pizzas are a great standy-by to have when the children are hungry and you can pick and choose what you put on them even if one child eats one thing and the other doesnt.
There are limitless things you could top a bought pizza base with, and you can even make it a sweet one.
In this recipe I have added a few things only that I had, including an egg yolk which turned out great!
You could also add grated vegetables (e.g. carrots) for those who do not like vegetables, as it is a good way to hide them.
: 10 minutes
: 10 minutes
: 3 servings
Quantity of grated cheese
Egg yolk (optional)
Pickled cucumber (optional)
Put the base on baking paper on a baking dish. Spread the tomato pizza sauce evenly over the pizza base.
Add the rest of the ingredients -if you are putting in grated vegetables, put these under the cheese.
Bake for up to 10 minutes on 180° fan forced or until the cheese has melted.
#Eat hot or cold
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