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Just Sharing Some Pizza

Just sharing some recent things the kids and I have made in the kitchen. Nothing was measured, but I’ve put in some notes in hopes to spark the creativity within you 🙂 I’ve included both the allergy free and allergy versions of what was made.

We are not in the least bit pizza experts, however, we are getting there. I’ll be investing a few good tools and pans in the future which I’m sure will up our game. I’ll also be experimenting with homemade dough… one day… More than anything, we’ve been learning all about flavor profiles, and what works on a pizza. Most of our experiments have been successful, and it has inspired me to write an allergy friendly pizza cookbook 🙂

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Wholly Wholesome Pizza Dough. It’s Top-8 Free, and Kid Two loves it. We use to get the Kinnikinnick one, but it’s covered in corn. This doesn’t have as much corn, but I still have to use the mask when making it. Personally, the cost is starting to get to me. At $7.50 a package, which is 2 servings for him, I’m ready to reverse engineer a more affordable version.

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This is the wheat based dough. Interestingly, we all agree that the allergy free dough is much easier to work with. However, and we still don’t know why yet, Kid Four has mastered handling this dough. She’s a total pizza pro.

 

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Free and Friendly Foods Pizza

Free and Friendly Foods Pizza

Free and Friendly Foods Pizza

I was wondering what would happen if you baked egg on top of a pizza just like this. They said that in the end, the egg was still a bit runny. I bake the pizzas at 425 for 18 minutes in case you’re wondering.

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Free and Friendly Foods Pizza

Allergy based breakfast pizza: cream sauce (dairy free, haha), eggs, salmon, caramelized onion, and spinach.

 

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Allergy free breakfast pizza. Cream sauce, cheddar cheese, spinach, and bacon.

Free and Friendly Foods Pizza

Free and Friendly Foods Pizza

Kid Four made this. I like to let her get creative with the things she does in the kitchen. No sense in making everything look the same all the time.

 

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Sauteed organic shallots and organic garlic to go under the cheese.

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I don’t think this is Pizza Book worth yet in looks. Kid Two says it tastes good though. It’s garlic, shallots, olives, and Parmesan.

 

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Kid Two and I were a little let down by how the cheese (on the pepperoni) turned out… It looked a little like plastic to us… The Parmesan turned out OK, for the most part.

 

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Kid made personal sized pizzas (but enough food for a teenager).

 

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This is how the heart pizza turned out in the end.

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