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Old 09-12-2015, 06:21   #1
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I am in love with this pizza I make it better than any store bought, only Lou Malnatiís in Chicago is better but not by much.
I take a 1lb of hot Italian sausage put in a bowl, mix in 4 eggs, half package of cream cheese, 1tbls of Italian seasoning, 1tbls garlic powder, Tablespoon pizza sauce, tsp truvia, tsp salt, and some cayenne. Sometimes I will grind up bacon and add that in also. I put this mix in a round non-stick cake pan and spread it as thin as possible. If I spread it right I can make 3 crusts. I put the cake pan in the oven at 350 until it cooks firm. Then I take it out add sauce, lots of pepperoni, lots of cheese and lots of veggies like olives, artichokes etc. Then I put it back in the oven. Until cheese is melted and pizza looks done. I usually make 3 at once and freeze two. I can only eat half of this at once. I have eaten the whole thing before but I couldnít move afterwards I was so full. This is my emergency food, I almost always have it available. I eat a lot of salads but after too many salads I just want something rich, and super flavorful.
I have also found its good for my Psychy, when there are kids Pizza parties or Pizza at work, or when I go out with people for Pizza and I eat a salad, its great to come home and get that pizza fix so I donít feel like I am missing out.

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Sounds great. I would agree, having some of this in the freezer would be very convenient.

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BH makes this pizza crust, though without the sausage in the crust. I admit it is far better than any other pizza I have eaten.

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Your pizza recipe looks delicious. I'll try it next time. Thanks!

PS I wish my husband ate sausage. What kind of a southern man doesn't eat sausage???

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Well I just made your Meatzza and it was a resounding success!

I followed the ingredients exactly as you had written.

For some reason mine fit into 4 tins, no problem there.

I did time things so I would have a little better idea of how long to cook it next time:

The sausage crust took about 10 minutes at 350

The actual pizza cooking temp, I thought, was a tad low. I cranked it up to 400 and it cooked perfectly. A little brown in places, just the way I like it. That took about 11 minutes at 400. I also did mine on convection. Not sure why, but it worked great.

For my toppings I used grilled eggplant, red, yellow and green peppers,
pepperoni and of course, mozzarella cheese.

You were right, half was plenty. Now I have 7 more pizza meals in the freezer! Yahoo!

And thank you very much. This is a keeper.

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Yes I will absolutely try this. In fact I am am going to get all the ingredients tomorrow. It sounds absolutely delicious. I've been thinking about pizza for about two weeks.

bugg will be foundered on pizza this time tomorrow...

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I forgot to say that I wondered about re-heating this wonderful pizza. Then I figured I would re-heat it just like I do for normal pizza with a flour crust.
I put it in a teflon frying pan. No oil, medium heat. Place a piece of aluminum foil over it and let it cook for about 5 minutes (well, for flour pizza which I know NOBODY on these boards eats!). The crust is always crunchy and the toppings get nice and hot.

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Ah this looks like a plan for make-ahead things for when I am in hospital and if I just need and easy dinner when I get home. Have to skip the heat though because the kidlets will be eating it too.

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Well, I'm eating the other half that I made the other day. Heated it up my favorite way.
The second time eating this is just as good if not better than the first.
Fast, filling and tasty. Trifecta! (And low carb to boot.)

Again, thanks OP.

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Thank you for posting this recipe! I have all the ingredients at home and this doesn't look like it takes long to put together

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