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Easy Flatbread Pizza Night for the Family

We’re halfway through summer and school is just around the corner. For busy families, it’s a bustling time as new routines are setting in for the year, but there is one thing that remains a constant – the need for easy and quick weeknight dinners for the family.

I’ve partnered with Kitchen Stuff Plus (KSP) to share a flatbread pizza recipe that is fun for the entire family and also a meal that will have your little ones reaching for seconds!

Dinner Made Easy

Flatbread pizzas are a great option for weeknight dinners because they require minimal effort and ingredients. With a cook time of only 10-15 minutes, these personalized pizzas have the perfect crunchy crust, soft cheesy centers and are topped with fresh and simple ingredients. The best part is that you can get the entire family involved, maximizing family time even during those busy middle of the week evenings!

This recipe uses three different topping choices to show how simple it is to customize your pizza. The first is made simple, with only bocconcini slices, the second is made with bell peppers and cherry tomatoes and finally, the third is made with turkey pepperoni. To make this dinner even easier on you, let KSP help with all the prep work; they have everything busy parents need to make easy weeknight meals, thanks to their wide range of quality products at great prices. They are the perfect go-to destination for Back to School!

I used this bamboo cutting board to cut up the veggies and grate the cheese. It has a large surface ensuring that your counters remain clean! I also loved these snack bowls used to hold all the toppings. They aren’t too big or too small; perfect for little hands to grab whichever toppings they want to use on their pizzas! Additional items used to make this dinner quick and easy: pizza cutterwooden spooncheese graterpizza stone.

Family Fun

If you’re looking to spend some family time together, there is no better way than evenings in the kitchen. Getting the family involved in dinner prep helps picky eaters explore new foods, ensures your kids will want to finish their dinner and most importantly, you get to have quality time while making dinner too! Plus, it’s pizza. What kid turns down pizza?!

Storage Instructions:

Store in airtight container for up to 4 days. Leftover ingredients should be stored separately. Best if reheated in oven/toaster oven.

Recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes

 

Ingredients:

2 Appetizer Flatbreads or 6-8 Mini Naans

1 Mozzarella Ball, shredded

¾ Jar of Pizza Sauce

½ Yellow Bell Pepper, chopped

½ Pack of Cherry Tomatoes, halved

Basil for garnish (Optional)

 

Directions:

For all three pizzas:

  1. Preheat oven to 425F. If using the KSP pizza stone, let the stone heat up in the oven.
  2. Spread pizza sauce onto flatbread leaving a small border around the edges. Sprinkle with shredded mozzarella.

For the Cheese Pizza:

  • Top with bocconcini slices and cook for 15 minutes or until cheese begins bubbling.

For the Veggie Pizza:

  • Top with peppers and tomatoes and cook for 15 minutes or until edges begin to crisp and toppings begin to brown.

 For the Pepperoni Pizza:

  • Top with turkey pepperoni and cook for 15 minutes or until edges begin to crisp and toppings begin to brown.


Christine Kozovski is a new mom, food photographer and health & safety professional based out of Toronto Ontario. She shares her passion for food through easy and fresh recipes that can be found on her blog and Instagram account. She gets her food inspiration from her parents, growing up with both Asian and Mediterranean influences as well as places she’s travelled. Her adventurous side shines through when she gets to explore new cities and try new foods. She’s excited to start a different type of adventure now that her family has grown to include her 10 month old son.

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