Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
*If it is easier for you, you can bake the entire crust until it’s golden brown, remove it from the oven, then cut out your shape.
Bake crust until it’s golden brown, 8-10 minutes. Spread pizza sauce over crust. Sprinkle cheese over crust, being sure the center of the circle is really loaded. You don’t want to see the sauce in the center area of the circle.
Bake until the cheese is melted and bubbly, about 8-10 minutes. Lift the parchment paper and the pizza up off the baking sheet. Use a large spatula or pizza peel to slide the pizza onto a large cutting board or serving platter. Serve immediately.
There are lots of swaps you can make with this project. If your father prefers vegetables, you can swap out roasted red peppers for the pepperoni. You can cut the peppers using a small round cutter to have the same effect as the pepperoni. If your dad is gluten intolerant, use gluten free crust, if your pop prefers Provolone cheese, swap it for Mozzarella. Most importantly, have fun creating your own unique pizza.
This project is not only great for Father’s Day but would make a great meal for any sports themed party or event, or perhaps you could change out the message to say #1 teacher, or #1 Kid, or #1 coach, or #1 Mom. So many possibilities.
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