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  1. #1
    Sue
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    Default Looking for a tried and true frozen pizza recipe

    My boyfiend is able to come home for lunch form his office job. and

    part of our decision to live frugaly involves having easy to prepare

    lunches for him. He loves frozen mini pizzas, and although it is

    cheaper to buy them premade than for him to eat out I'm wondering if

    anyone has a frozen pizza recipe? I would love to be able to make

    dozens of them to freeze for him to use as he likes.



    Thanks, Sue








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    Suzi McMullen
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    Sue, does he like english muffins? I used to make english muffins for the kids in the daycare and just layer them with sauce, goodies and cheese. They freeze very easy and my husband likes them.

    Suzi
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    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Sue
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Friday, August 01, 2008 3:36 AM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Looking for a tried and true frozen pizza recipe





    My boyfiend is able to come home for lunch form his office job. and
    part of our decision to live frugaly involves having easy to prepare
    lunches for him. He loves frozen mini pizzas, and although it is
    cheaper to buy them premade than for him to eat out I'm wondering if
    anyone has a frozen pizza recipe? I would love to be able to make
    dozens of them to freeze for him to use as he likes.

    Thanks, Sue





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    Jacqui Caruso
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    I buy flour tortillas and make pizza wraps with them. My picky 12 dd LOVES them. They are quick, easy and fast!

    Jacqui C. in NE Georgia


    On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 4:36 AM, Sue <sue1278@yahoo.com> wrote:

    My boyfiend is able to come home for lunch form his office job. and
    part of our decision to live frugaly involves having easy to prepare

    lunches for him. He loves frozen mini pizzas, and although it is
    cheaper to buy them premade than for him to eat out I&#39;m wondering if
    anyone has a frozen pizza recipe? I would love to be able to make
    dozens of them to freeze for him to use as he likes.


    Thanks, Sue[/quote]



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    Sue
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    Thanks for the tip! I didn't even think of that. I'm sure I could roll up a

    bunch and heat as needed! Sue












  5. #5
    amdris1
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    I make my own homemade pizza and it is less greasy so it has to be

    better for you! Could you possibly make your own and put the dough in

    muffin tins with toppings. Also if you buy whole pepperoni instead of

    sliced it is much cheaper.

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Sue" <sue1278@...> wrote:

    >

    > My boyfiend is able to come home for lunch form his office job. and

    > part of our decision to live frugaly involves having easy to prepare

    > lunches for him. He loves frozen mini pizzas, and although it is

    > cheaper to buy them premade than for him to eat out I'm wondering if

    > anyone has a frozen pizza recipe? I would love to be able to make

    > dozens of them to freeze for him to use as he likes.

    >

    > Thanks, Sue

    >










  6. #6
    d_awalker
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Sue <sue1278@...> wrote:

    >

    > Thanks for the tip! I didn't even think of that. I'm sure I could

    roll up a bunch and heat as needed! Sue

    >



    You could also just use the tortilla shell as a mini pizza crust. We

    do that lots of times around here. Simple pizza? Layer tomato paste,

    oregano, parmesan cheese, toppings, choice of cheese. Its a quick easy

    pizza. Plus, the kiddies and hubby love them





    April








  7. #7
    Jennifer
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    I spread tomato puree onto toast, then top with cheese and anything such

    as mushrooms, peppers, sliced meat etc - then pop under the grill.



    Jennifer










 

 

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