This is way easier than you might think…
I had leftover pizza crust from Trader Joe’s. (TIP) Did you know you many pizza places will sell just dough? Just ask them.
Preheat your oven to 550.
With a little butter, saute onions and green peppers for about five minutes on a low heat. Put a touch of salt in with them while they cook down. Throw them in a bowl to cool. My kids don’t like onions (they do but don’t like to admit it) and so I just chop them small. This time, not small enough and the older one took issue with them and took them off. Someday she’ll learn, that was not this day.
Everything for kids should either be chopped small or left big enough they have to bite it and chew it. Seems like a logical way to avoid the choking hazard (this is not a guaranty your child will not choke, as always proceed with caution).
Roll or stretch out the dough. If you’re rolling it out, put flour down on any surface that’s going to touch the dough, otherwise it could stick. Including the rolling pin. It’s much easier to roll out when it’s warm, so let it sit on your counter for a bit and don’t rush it. If you’re throwing it, use the heat of your hands to help and let it’s own weight do the work for you.
Crack two eggs into the bowl with the cooled off onions and peppers. You can add other toppings, whatever works for you and yours. I kept the yolks intact, I like the way it looks and tastes that way.
Lay the dough on a baking sheet, silpat or something like that. I have a set of stainless steel plates left by my grandfather. They’re an awesome hand-me-down. I used a little cooking spray to make sure it wouldn’t stick. On a silpat, don’t worry about that.
Cook the dough for about seven minutes at 500, take it out and pour the egg mixture on the dough. Put a pinch of salt and pepper to taste. Then cheese it up, I used mozzarella. Kids like it, it just works on pizza. Crank up the oven to broil and put the rack about five inches from the burner. Put the pizza in, the eggs will cook quickly and brown up a little bit.
Then drop it onto a lower rack or take it off the plate/silpat/whatever and put it on your pizza stone until the bottom crisps a little.
Don’t let it overcook or it’ll get chewy.
It was awesome, I’ll admit. And ya know what, I’d do it again.