Yes, I am still on my clean eating plan. This is a post from a couple of weekends ago. I am just not getting the chance to post it. While I was in Charleston, I decided to take advantage of a pizza night with my mom and dad. Fleischmann’s Pizza Crust Yeast, reached out to me and asked if I’d like to try some of their yeast. I said of course because I love trying new recipes, especially when it’s pizza we’re working with! I brought the yeast and the pizza essentials they provided me to Charleston for a pizza night!
We used to always have pizza on Friday nights and I bet a lot of families do. There is something so comforting about pizza and it’s pretty hard to mess up! Did you know that 93% of American’s eat pizza at least once a month? I didn’t know that either, thanks Google!
- It’s easy to make great tasting homemade pizza
- No rise time – just make and bake
- Specially formulated to make it easy to roll or press out dough with no snapback
- Make your crust any way you want it – thick, thin, whole wheat – endless possibilities
- Not recommended for bread baking
- Available in strips of three packets (0.75 oz.)
We decided to go with the whole wheat pizza crust paired with a sausage vegetable pizza and a Hawaiian pizza.
Here are the ingredients for the Whole Wheat Pizza Crust! Instead of using any of the all-purpose flour, I used 100% all whole wheat flour. That is why my crust is a tad darker than theirs. Plus, I cook mine until it’s crisp.
I loved the how to make pizza card they gave me! It was very helpful. If you click on the image you can make it larger so you can see the directions! Print it out too!
Also, there are tons of pizza recipes on the website! Click here to check them out!
The pizza turned out incredible and I was very happy with the yeast’s performance!
The Hawaiian pizza had pineapple, onion, and Canadian bacon.
The pineapple pizza was my favorite and this recipe is definitely getting put in the top pizza crust category!
The sausage vegetable pizza had peppers, onions, and cooked sausage.
I made salad to go with the pizzas!
Here is the recipe for my homemade dressing!
HOMEMADE BALSAMIC SALAD DRESSING:
You can make the dressing in small amounts too. In this cup, I have 1/4 cup olive oil, 1/8 cup Balsamic Vinegar of Modena, 3 tablespoons honey, 1/2 tablespoon garlic powder, pink of sea salt, 1 teaspoon of italian seasonings