Pizza is a wildly addictive confection. But ordering pizza every time you get a craving can cost exorbitant amounts, only for the pizza to arrive cold and flavorless. A great solution to this dilemma is to make pizza at home the semi-homemade way. Contrary to popular belief, it is unnecessary to spend an arm and a leg on fancy pizza equipment to create a delicious pizza. All that’s needed is a pan that fits the crust, an oven and a knife. This Alaska spin on a classic comfort food is sure to have mouths watering, without having to fork over a paycheck to the pizza delivery person.
Boboli Original pizza crust or any kind of store-bought pizza crust
Veggies of your choice (for this pizza I used red bell peppers, mushrooms and green onion)
Cheese (I prefer mozzarella)
Butter (needs to be able to spray)
Preheat oven to 450 degrees
Lay pizza crust on a baking pan.
Slice sausage and veggies desired shape and sized pieces that you like.
On top of the pizza crust add pizza sauce. Remember to leave a small border all along the edge to create the crust.
Add reindeer sausage and veggies.
Top with thin slices of cheese.
Lightly spray the top of the pizza with butter or butter substitute (this step adds flavor and helps to cook the pizza all the way through.)
Bake for 8-10 minutes or until the cheese has turned a light golden brown around the edges.