There’s nothing better in this world than pizza. Even better is pizza you can hold in your hands. Call it a calzone, a p’zone, a hot pocket. Whatever you call it, it’s delicious.
Best of all, they’re simple to make, only take a few minutes, and you can put whatever the heck you want in it. If you’re like me, you’ve already got a half dozen balls of this great whole wheat pizza dough in your freezer waiting to be eaten.
I know, there’s store bought pizza sauce in my picture. What was I thinking? Well, I wanted to compare it to my homemade pizza sauce. It was alright after adding in some extra spices, but I think I’ll stick to the homemade stuff in the future. A minute whisking together some tomato paste, water and spices gets a healthier, tastier, and cheaper sauce anyway.
Thaw some dough and you’re ready to go. I didn’t plan ahead so I pulled it straight out of the freezer and set it in the oven at 150 for 45 minutes until it got soft. Roll it out fairly thin and stuff it with whatever your heart desires. Don’t be shy, load it up!
I cooked it at 350 for about 30 minutes. You could probably cook it at a higher temperature, especially if you saute the veggies ahead of time, but since my veggies were raw I wanted to make sure they had a chance to soften up without the crust getting overcooked.
Cut in half and save part for lunch tomorrow. Or just eat the whole thing now.