So I basically sucked at cooking for the first five years of marriage. We lived on love and Subway and an occasional burnt pizza. Lucky for you my cooking doesn't suck anymore.
Fast forward 4 kids and 11 years as a stay at home mom....
I have been consistently cooking almost 3 meals a day 7 days a week for going on 11 years.
( and that's not counting the second breakfasts, elevensies, teatimes, suppers, and dinners. If you get this statement you get me #dork)
I got better at cooking, dare I say awesome at a few signature dishes!
Just to let you know I am totally not a food blogger, my pictures are going to probably be sub-par but all my cooking is done with love and tastes delicious! I always say food is my love language. I feed everyone, it's nurturing act for me I guess. ( Ps. if you want to read a good book about nurturing your family with food you HAVE TO read The Lifegiving Table: Nurturing Faith through Feasting, One Meal at a Time ( One of THE BEST books ever!)So today I am going to share with you my crazy crust pizza recipe. It was a fun recipe my mama made as a kid and now I use it for a quick pizza that isn't out of a box. Today I actually made it for lunch, snapped some pics and behold a blog post is born!
Crazy Crust Pizza
2 Cups flour
1 cup Milk
Oregano ( a few dashes or heavy if you like it)
Pizza sauce and desired toppings
Preheat oven to 350
Mix eggs, milk, flour, and oregano. Grease your cookie sheet and pour ingredients on a cookie sheet and give it a little shake so it covers to the edges ( it will be semi-runny, no worries!) let the mix cook for about 15 minutes or until browned and firm, there will be BIG bubbles formed in the dough ( hence the name crazy crust). When it is ready pop it out of the oven and beat down the bubbles.
Put all your sauce and favorite toppings on and pop it in the oven again until its all melty and yumilicious. ( Did I mention I make up my own words, I do hahaha)
Serve with a side of cut up veggies and you have a simple and fast lunch!
What are some of your fave quick lunches to serve your kiddos?