School is almost done for the year, and being the mean teacher I am, my students are still busy writing tests on the things they are learning.
What I often forget is that kids are sponges…they soak up any information you (or any other source) gives them. And when it come to animals, dinosaurs or Science, this becomes even more evident.
Take my last Science test on the Animal Life Cycles Unit.
This little girl just had to pass on all the information she had learned.
They like to call it “fun facts”. Regularly a student will put their hand up and say “Mrs. Skinner would you like to know a fun fact about_______?”
Sure, why not?
Tonight’s supper was inspired by my trip to Bulk Barn. The bread turned out well, so I hoped the pizza dough would to. I mean, if it tastes good, this could change our lives…no more frozen pizzas, no more spending tons on a gluten free pizzas either. (Who are we kidding, you know I didn’t spend crazy amounts on gluten free pizza…its the principle of the thing.)
The recipe could not have been easier to follow. In a bowl I mixed all the dry ingredients first, then added the wet and combined until smooth.
This does not make a dough…so don’t be alarmed if it looks like very thick waffle batter.
I spread it out on a parchment lined cookie sheet and popped it in a 400 degree oven for 15 minutes.
I took it out, poked it down with a fork and loaded it up with toppings (BBQ sauce, chicken, caramelized onions, peppers and cheese) and put it back in the oven for another 15 minutes until the edges were golden brown and the cheese was nice and melty.
The Verdict- DELICIOUS! This tasted just like a regular pizza and I could pick it up and eat it with my hands (which is important when it comes to pizza). I will never buy another frozen pizza again…this was super good and so easy. Bulk Barn, why did I not discover you sooner?