We just got back from a family vacation and came home to a sparse fridge. And I mean sparse. But the lazy part of me didn't want to make a trip to the grocery store. Why? Cause I don't like grocery shopping.
So I scrounged around and found a couple of different things that I thought could work on a pizza.
This is what I found:
I pinterested an easy pizza crust, of which I used the above for.
Then I found:
a frozen red pepper
can of artichoke hearts
a mixture of parmesan and Romano cheeses
I made the crust and added some of the spices, and rolled it out onto the cookie sheet. I put a little bit of cornmeal under the dough just so it didn't stick to the cookie sheet.
Then in the blender I put some spinach, a quarter of the red pepper, 2 cloves of garlic, some oil and a bit of parmesan cheese. This made my sauce.
I proceeded to put the cheese and artichoke hearts on the top.
I baked the pizza for 15 minutes at 450, but you can bake it for as long as your crust requires.
The pizza was soooo tasty! It will probably go into the meal plans for the future!
Not too bad for scrounging!