I admit it.
I’m WAAAAAY behind on posting all of the great tips, recipes and confessions you’ve sent me over the holidays.
Oh, okay… since BEFORE the holidays.
Oh, okay… since BEFORE September-ish.
I can’t imagine why this would be.
*cough* spotlight hogger *cough*
What?! ME?! Hog the spotlight?? Never.
At any rate, I’m going to try and catch up on these. Although, not all of the tips, recipes and confessions that are submitted are used, so don’t get all huffy on me if you don’t see yours posted, mkay? I promise I still love you and we can have a lasting relationship together.
Or something like that.
Anyway, to get me back in the swing of things I’m posting a recipe my dear sweet Aunt sent me. She’s my Aunt on my mother’s side. Not to be confused with my Aunt on my dad’s side who sent me this recipe for our Lazy Mom Thanksgiving week.
Oh, and this dear sweet Aunt is my “wild and crazy” Aunt. That’s also another way you can tell them apart.
This Aunt taught me such things as… how to toilet paper people’s houses properly, how to eat salty and sweet together properly, how to sneak into hotel pools properly, and a few other things I’m not prepared to mention at this time in our relationship. *ahem*
And yes, there are proper ways to do these things, in case you were wondering, and this Aunt taught me them all.
So a big thank you to her!
Anyway, here’s her great and easy recipe she emailed me to share with all of you! Consider yourself properly taught by her.
Lazy Pita Pizza
1 whole wheat round of Pita bread
Ragu spaghetti sauce
Place pita bread circles onto baking sheet. Apply 2-3 Tablespoons of Ragu sauce. Top with grated cheddar cheese (1/2 cup). Sprinkle a handful of pepperonis on top. Bake at 375 for exactly 10 minutes.
This makes a great and easy lunch, or a perfect “Oh dear I forgot to pull something out of the freezer to thaw for dinner!” meal.
Oh! And the toppings to this lazy pizza are ENDLESS. Have some fun with it!
Thank you Auntie! Hope you don’t mind me calling you “wild and crazy!” Or the fact that I divulged a few things you properly taught me! I tried to stick to the “minor” things!
I love you!
Just remember that when you call my mother and tell her what I’ve done!