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LITTLEWIND53's Photo LITTLEWIND53 Posts: 15,478
8/7/12 11:11 A

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No, I haven't. It seems to be just as easy to make them fresh as all I do is open a small can of sauce and mushrooms, maybe some pineapple if I have any, throw some pepperoni or salami in the MW to thaw and by the time I finish grating a bit of cheese it's all ready to assemble. and bake. I do like to freeze the meats in individual size packages though so I don't thaw out more than I need at one time.

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8/6/12 11:12 P

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Thanks for the idea's!

Littlewind have you ever frozen the pita with toppings on it?

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8/5/12 9:52 P

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I use pitas. I often have them in the fridge, I just take one out, throw on my toppings, and pop in the oven. I don't bother making them up in advance because I can make it just as quick using the topping I want right then and there.....

They never come out soggy bottomed because the pitas are already cooked before the sauce goes on it.

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7/18/12 3:08 P

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I make my own pizza crusts using the bread maker to mix the dough and rise it so I don't have to worry about it. I make it thin so I get 3 pizza crusts out of the one dough. I roll them out, put them on a cookie sheet then top them with my desired toppings. I flash freeze them for about an hour then wrap them in plastic wrap, individually. When I'm ready to bake, I preheat the oven and bake as usual. 450 degrees F for 15-ish minutes. My husband helps me sometimes by rolling out the dough and that's a big timer saver.
www.ginnyrecipes.blgospot.com I have a recipe index and have lately gotten into freezer cooking so I'm updating my foods that are freezer friendly.
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5/15/12 10:14 A

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I've frozen homemade pizza dough successfully. I'd prefer that, because I then take out the dough and defrost for an hour (maybe less even) and can make toppings on the fly.

I haven't tried a whole wheat flour recipe. What I would do is take my regular recipe and substitute white whole wheat.

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5/11/12 7:56 A

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I am afraid I can't help you. When the kids were home we used to buy flatbread from a local Afghan restaurant and use that for our crust. I think they had a light whole wheat option. It was foolproof. Now that it's just the two of us we tend to pick something up from a nearby Italian restaurant that makes me want pizza for breakfast just thinking about it!
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REBADEE's Photo REBADEE Posts: 656
5/10/12 10:33 P

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Slowly answering my own questions, but I'd still love to hear from you!

Another link.... www.loveandoliveoil.com/2012/02/home
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5/10/12 10:26 P

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Pizza is a easy to please meal for the entire family I love to order pizza, however I don't like th $$ and the other not so healthy extra's that come along with it.

I do make my own whole wheat pizza dough and the family will eat it, however it is kind of pain. I really like the convenience of frozen pizza's, but again not as healthy as I'd like. We do eat them sometimes but in my quest to be processed food free they don't fit.

I would LOVE to hear from anybody who freezes whole, homemade pizzas. I was just reading this link

www.skinnymomskitchen.com/2012/02/28
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but I'm left with a lot of questions. I'd love some real life idea's from some fellow freezer queens. I'd also love a great whole wheat pizza dough recipe, I've tried several and am currently using the Martha Stewart recipe but I can't say I'm in love.

TIA!

Rebecca
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