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Recipe of the month!

Ok, so I am addicted to Food Network and are Paula Dean's biggest fan. If you don't know who she is, you need to turn on FN and watch Paula's Home Cookin! She is a southern girl who I adore. Anyway, I was watching her show last night and she made a bunch of "mini meals" of them was a mini pizza. I decided to copy her and make my own for our dinner tonight!
Here it is....

Mini Pizzas

Step 1: Go to Trader Joes

Step 2: Buy pizza dough (I bought whole wheat dough for 0.99), pizza sauce, cheese, pepperoni and any other topping you desire.

Step 3: Roll out dough into "mini sizes"

Step 4: Add all your toppings

Step 5: Pop in the oven for 15-20 min at 375

If you want to have a quick snack you can make ultra mini pizzas in the toaster over. Do the same as above just make them smaller and put them on the toaster over pan...

Hope you enjoy them as much as we did!!

Thanks Paula!


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