Easy Flatbread Pizzas

Easy Flatbread Pizzas

This was one of those easy lunch [or dinner] ideas that I just had to share.

My mother has a tendency to stock up on things at Publix when they’re Buy One Get One.  So I sometimes have things, like Nature’s Own Sandwich Rounds, that I wouldn’t otherwise ordinarily have in the pantry.  Since we don’t eat a lot of sandwiches (bread and meat and cheese, yes, just not in sandwich form for some reason…), I needed to find something to make with them.

I decided to go with pizza.

Which is always a good choice.

For this pizza, I grabbed the Sandwich Rounds, a can of tomato sauce, grated Parmesan, shredded Mozzarella, and some salt, pepper, and garlic powder.

Easy Flatbread Pizzas

The first time I made this, I didn’t toast the Sandwich Rounds.

But the sauce made them slightly soggy.  Toasting them before baking fixed that.

So don’t forget to give them a quick toast while you’re grabbing the other ingredients.

Easy Flatbread Pizzas

Anyway, throw some Rounds on a baking pan and spread on some tomato sauce.

Then sprinkle on some salt, pepper, and garlic powder.

Next, shake on some Parmesan and, finally, top with Mozzarella.

If you’re going to throw anything else on top, like meat or veggies, make sure they’re at least partially cooked, because these really don’t take very long.

Easy Flatbread Pizzas

I put these flatbread pizzas in the convection oven at 350 degrees F until the cheese was melted and slightly browned.

Depending on your oven, this should take about 10 minutes.


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