Written by Doris Donnerman (last updated October 18, 2021)
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If you want a really good pizza recipe, but don't want to spend a lot of money for it, try French bread pizza! Here's what you need:
Let's get cooking!
Take the pan throw all your bacon inside. Make it nice and crispy, you need to be able to break this up to put it on your pizza.
Now, preheat your oven to about 350(. This will give it plenty of time to warm up before you start putting in your pizza.
Now, I have already pre-sprayed this pan with some PAM spray. So now I am just going to put on the aluminum foil to help keep off any of the extra toppings that are going to fall onto the pan and can stick on it later to make it really hard to remove.
Slice your French bread vertically then horizontally, making sure that you don't press too hard on top. Otherwise, you are going to squish your loaf of French bread.
Now the rest of this is pretty obvious. Put on your sauce on the open face of all the French bread loaf. Add all the toppings that you like. Make sure that they are generously spread around, and keep in mind that this is not going to be greasy. All the moisture that is coming from the cheese and the sauce is going to drip down into the French bread, OK? So, you can put as much of this...of the toppings and cheese as you want on there, and it is still not going to feel like you need a napkin afterwards.
Put your pizzas into the oven, and it takes about ten to fifteen minutes till it's done. Just make sure that the cheese is melted all the way across the French bread. And then you are ready to serve. Cut it up, and give it to as many people as you would like. Each loaf of French bread can serve up to four people.
Cleanup is a breeze, just wrap up the aluminum foil and toss it in the trash.
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