Make Your Own Pizza With Wraps
Ever get the “I just want pizza and I want it NOW” kind of craving?
Yep, I sure do. So does North Nomad.
I got the idea of this pizza from my high school bestie Kat. I think she makes hers with pitas (and if you like a base closer to a real pizza, this would be the better option for you).
I make mine with a few tortilla style whole-wheat wraps, because I am a thin-crust kind of girl.
These are super simple to make. I use my own pasta sauce and whatever veggies I have in the fridge. But feel free to use store bought pasta sauce if you have some handy.
And if you’re a meat-eater, shredded sandwich meats and leftover dinners will do wonders on your home made pizza!
- Packet of pitas or tortilla wraps
- Packet of Daiya cheese (or normal cheese if you’re a vegetarian or omnivore)
- Store bought or pre-made pasta sauce (you can use my pasta sauce recipe)
- Toppings of your choice! I used roma tomatoes, red onions, chopped garlic, and arugula on this occasion. If you’re vegan or veggie, other delicious toppings are: baby spinach, pine nuts, cheese free pesto, broccoli, capsicum/peppers. If you eat meat, you might want to try: shredded ham, beef or chicken, sliced sausages, and cheeses like fetta or goat’s cheese.
- Baking paper or aluminium foil.
- Spray of olive oil.
1. Pre-heat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit/190 degrees Celsius.
2. Line a baking tray with baking paper, and give a quick short spray with olive oil.
3. Place one pita or 2-3 wraps on the baking paper. Spoon a good few tablespoons of your pasta sauce over the wraps or pita, smoothing it out evenly.
4. Sprinkle with handfuls of your cheese, or Daiya cheese.
5. Get your toppings ready. If you’re using the ones I did, slice your roma tomatoes, chop your onions and garlic, and rinse your arugula and pat it dry. Scatter across your pizza.
6. Bake in the oven for 30 minutes.
Prep time: 40 minutes
Serves: Two people (or one hungry South Nomad after lots of exercise).
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