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Best Homemade Supreme Pizza Recipe with Easy Crust and Sauce - Kids Cook Monday

Watching her mom as a kid, Vicki came by cooking easily. Kids Cook Monday offers simple recipes kids can help with.

Delicious Italian Supreme Crazy Crust Pizza!

The finished product! Homemade Crazy Crust Supreme Pizza

The finished product! Homemade Crazy Crust Supreme Pizza

What is "crazy crust" pizza?

Making pizza with a "crazy crust" is easy! But just what is crazy crust pizza? Basically, crazy crust pizza is a pizza with a crust that is crazy! Crazy because the crust is so ridiculously easy! The crust has just a few ingredients, does not need to be kneaded, requires no time to rise, and can be poured into the pan with the ingredients on top without having to be pre-baked. What? No pre-baked crust? No kneading? No rising? That is crazy! But delicious. It's like a miracle pizza! This crazy crust supreme pizza is the best, I will say, that I have ever had. And you can make it right at home.

I got the idea for crazy crust pizza from a recipe for "crazy crust" years ago. Since then, I have altered it to my own taste. The pizza sauce is also simple and comes from an adapted recipe. The crust and pizza put together with the supreme ingredients make a delectable, mouth-watering pizza. And it's easy to put together. So easy that you can get the whole family involved. Have the older kids chop the toppings while the younger kids mix the ingredients for the crust and sauce. Make it a family affair as you build this incredible pizza together! There are plenty of tasks for everyone to take part!

I make a supreme crazy crust pizza, but you can choose your family's favorite toppings. The crust is fairly thin, which is perfect for my tastes. It gives just enough crust without taking away from the other ingredients. This pizza is a big hit with anyone who has tried it. Have I made your mouth water yet? Read on...then go pick up all the ingredients and make your own! Have fun with it!


Chopped Vegetables for Homemade Pizza

Get some of the family busy chopping vegetables while others mix up the crust and sauce. Don't forget to grate the mozzarella cheese!

Get some of the family busy chopping vegetables while others mix up the crust and sauce. Don't forget to grate the mozzarella cheese!

Ingredients for Supreme Pizza with Crazy Crust

Ingredients for the Crazy Crust:

1 cup flour (if you use self-rising, you may eliminate the salt and baking powder from this recipe)

1tsp. baking powder

1 tsp. salt

1/2 tsp. pepper

1 tsp. Italian seasoning

2 eggs

2/3 cup milk

(Note: I have used regular flour WITHOUT baking powder, and the crust was great. It doesn't need to rise much, but I prefer to throw in a little baking powder for good measure.)

Ingredients for Easy Homemade Pizza Sauce

1 8 oz. can tomato sauce

1 tsp. oregano

1-2 tsp. Italian seasoning

1/4. t. black pepper

(I really have no reason to ever buy storebought pizza crust and pizza sauce again!)

Spread the sauce gently over the uncooked crazy crust.

Spread the sauce gently over the uncooked crazy crust.

Making the Easy Pizza Crust and Sauce

Okay, first let's make the pizza's crazy crust and easy sauce before we move on to the main ingredients to make our supreme pizza. Combine all the dry crust ingredients. Then add in the eggs and milk; stir until all is mixed together. Pour crust into a 9 x 13 casserole dish (sprayed with baking spray) or a deep pizza pan or cookie sheet. I prefer the pizza pan or cookie sheet, as the crust and ingredients can be spread out into more of a pizza-like fashion.

Next, mix up your sauce ingredients. Spread the mixture with a spoon or knife. Simple so far, right? We've spent very little time on either the pizza crust or pizza sauce. Now, on to the supreme ingredients. This will take some time, of course, with a little cooking and chopping, but, trust me, it will all be worth it. Give your little kitchen helpers jobs of stirring up crust and sauce, or chopping ingredients for the older kids. The children can then take turns adding the layers to the pizza.

Start layering the Italian sausage and Pepperonis.

Start layering the Italian sausage and Pepperonis.

Add mushrooms, bell peppers, and black olives!

Add mushrooms, bell peppers, and black olives!

Toppings for Crazy Crust Supreme Pizza

Here are the ingredients that I add to my delectable pizza...in the following order. Of course, you may have to alter your choices for picky eaters!

First, add 1 lb. Italian sausage (oh, I love that flavor!) cooked and drained.

Pepperoni slices (no need to heat if frozen; I use a lot of them, too!)

1/2 medium onion, chopped

1/2 (or more) chopped green bell pepper (can add red or yellow if desired)

6 - 8 sliced fresh mushrooms (I use a bunch of these, too!)

1 can sliced black olives (or slice your own)

1 8 oz. block mozzarella, shredded (loving that cheese!)

Cherry or grape tomatoes, sliced in half (Who knew these would be so tasty cooked on the pizza? Although not a traditional supreme pizza ingredient, I can't go without them now.)

Add shredded cheese and halved cherry tomatoes. Loaded and ready to go in the oven!

Add shredded cheese and halved cherry tomatoes. Loaded and ready to go in the oven!

Bake that Pizza! Baking Instructions for Homemade Crazy Crust Pizza

Now, you've created your easy crazy crust, tasty sauce, with layers of wonderful ingredients. Let's bake that thing. Stick that pizza into a preheated oven at 350 for about 25 minutes or until cheese is melted and crust appears to be a bit browned.

While this supreme crazy crust pizza is baking to perfection, take the time to put together a salad, and your pizza night will be complete. Whether for a romantic evening or for a family dinner, this pizza offers a delicious and filling meal. Listen to the oohs and aahs when this perfect pizza comes out of the oven. Watch the delighted faces as the children--and adults--taste this delectable creation that they have put together. You will make this again and again. It is too good not to do so.

Oh, gosh, you will be addicted to this pizza. Trust me. My mouth is watering.

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Awesome Pizza Cutter Review

I bought this pizza cutter at a Pampered Chef party years ago. It is definitely the best pizza cutter I've ever used. It actually cuts through the crust! That's a big deal, right? Plus, it comes with the handy and very practical cover to keep you from cutting your hand when you shuffle around in the drawer to find the cutter. This pizza cutter was definitely worth the money I paid for it.

The Best Pizza Cutter I Ever Bought

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© 2012 Victoria Lynn

Comments

Suzie from Carson City on April 03, 2018:

Hey Vee! Good to see you. Especially when you're sharing delicious recipes. I happen to be a Pizza fan myself. Now that I'm living "solo," I've become quite creative. I can take an English muffin, bagel, sub roll or slice of Italian bread and create all sorts of mini pizzas! YUM! Hugs to you, girlfriend.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 30, 2018:

Thanks for your comment, Leland! I agree, too, that any pizza is a good one! One of my favorite foods!

Leland Johnson from Midland MI on March 23, 2018:

That's a gorgeous pizza! I should tell you though, that I've rarely met a pizza I didn't like. Thanks for the excellent article. Great pictures btw. I didn't realize the pizza had so many layers at first. I bet one piece is a meal. Great job!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on August 13, 2012:

LOL, lorlie! Shhh . . .. I won't say a thing. :-)

Laurel Rogers from Bishop, Ca on August 13, 2012:

I think it was coined by my generation of weed smokers as the most 'cosmic' day of the week! Shh, though! ;)

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on August 13, 2012:

lorlie6--Tuesday is the happiest day of the week? I can see that. The day after Monday, day before Hump Day, not too tired of the week yet. :-) You will LOVE this pizza!

Laurel Rogers from Bishop, Ca on August 12, 2012:

Lordy, I wish my printer were working! Well, I DO have a pen and paper, and am writing this down right now since I just have to cook this pizza Tuesday. Why Tuesday? I don't know, it's just Tuesday-the happiest day of the week, someone once told me. ;)

Thanks so much for this, Victoria Lynn~

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on August 09, 2012:

Thanks, kelley! I love this pizza, as does anyone I've made it for. Hope you try it!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on August 09, 2012:

MissO--The crust is great! Tasty and easy. The toppings are wonderful, too. Glad you came by. Thanks!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on August 08, 2012:

CC--The crust is great b/c it's so easy. Glad you like!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on August 08, 2012:

Sally's Trove--No wheat and cheese??? Oh, so, so sad. :-)

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on August 07, 2012:

Sharyn--It is about the tastiest pizza I've ever had. Seriously!!!!

kelleyward on August 07, 2012:

Wow this looks great. I think I'll have pizza for lunch. I love the tips you have here. Shared and voted up! Kelley

Marisa Hammond Olivares from Texas on August 07, 2012:

This just looks and sounds super delicious! I'm going to have to give this pizza crust a try. I could live on the toppings alone though. Glad to see this on the feed today. I must have missed this when it first came out.

voted up, pinned and tweeted

Cynthia Calhoun from Western NC on August 07, 2012:

I am going to have to try this crazy crust recipe. It looks really good! I love the tip about using the self-rising flour - that's really good to know. I love this and I'm bookmarking it. :)

Sherri from Southeastern Pennsylvania on August 07, 2012:

This is a very interesting recipe...the "dough" reminds me of Bisquick's impossible pies. Too bad I'm off wheat and cheese. :( I really want one of these! Pinned.

Sharon Smith from Northeast Ohio USA on August 07, 2012:

Gosh, this looks awesome. I never think of making my own pizza and this looks really easy to do and cost effective too.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on May 22, 2012:

Glad you like my recipes, angela!

Angela Michelle Schultz from United States on May 22, 2012:

I've been attaching several of your recipes on pinterest.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 20, 2012:

Awesome, AEvans, awesome!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 20, 2012:

Thanks, randomcreative! I love tons of toppings. I am going to try it with just cheese sometime or just a few ingredients and see how that works, too!

Julianna from SomeWhere Out There on March 20, 2012:

I am so looking forward to it! This hub made me hungry! lolo! I will definitely let you know how it went. :)

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 20, 2012:

AEvans--I love crazy crust. Let me know how it goes! Thanks for voting and sharing!

Rose Clearfield from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on March 20, 2012:

This looks like a great recipe! I love pizza with lots of toppings.

Julianna from SomeWhere Out There on March 20, 2012:

That looks absolutely yummy! I am going to test your recipe this weekend. Sounds so easy and so much fun! Crazy crust pizza here we come! Thank you. Voted up and shared. :)

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 20, 2012:

You bet, Maddie!

Maddie Ruud from Oakland, CA on March 20, 2012:

I should! Thanks for the inspiration!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 20, 2012:

Yum, Maddie! Maybe you should share your cornbread crust! That sounds good!

Maddie Ruud from Oakland, CA on March 20, 2012:

Yum, yum! Can't wait to try this crust out. I currently use a quick cornbread crust for last-minute pizza, but now I have another option!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 20, 2012:

steph--"You had me at no-bake crust!" haha-funny! The crust is the best part as far as easy goes. The part that takes the longest is adding all the layers of ingredients. Of course, just adding a few toppings would work, too. This crust is cheap, too! Glad you approve!

Stephanie Marshall from Bend, Oregon on March 20, 2012:

You had me at no-bake crust! I love making homemade pizza, but the crust takes extra time, so I often "cheat" by using a store-bought shell. This looks so easy and delicious, I have no excuse next time! Bookmarking and rated up!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 20, 2012:

Thanks, Ruchira. I love pizza of all types, especially homemade. It's fun to build our own pizza!

Ruchira from United States on March 20, 2012:

Great pix Vicki.

I also bake pizza at home with all the possible nutty vegetables...lol

it's fun esp the kids enjoy decorating it.

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 20, 2012:

It is delicious, savanah! And the crust is so easy! Thanks for reading. Hope your kids like it. I'm sure they will!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 20, 2012:

Thanks, seo4site! Try it!

savanahl on March 20, 2012:

Your pizza looks absolutely delicious. It looks easy as well. I will definitely try this one with the kids. Thank you for sharing.

seo4site on March 20, 2012:

Yammy)))) Good job, Victoria!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 19, 2012:

Cool, Melovy. I'll have to link to your hub as well. Thanks!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 19, 2012:

lady rain--The best thing about it is the easy crust. Hope you like! I'm thinking about trying it different ways, maybe just as a simple cheese pizza!

Victoria Lynn (author) from Arkansas, USA on March 19, 2012:

You're welcome, kayha! It's such a tasty pizza. Hope you try it! Thanks for reading!

Yvonne Spence from UK on March 19, 2012:

Great minds think alike! I also just did a Kids Cook Monday healthy pizza hub! This one looks great so I will link to it.

lady rain from Australia on March 19, 2012:

The pizza looks so delicious! Will definitely give it a try. I think I am going to like the crazy crust because it will save me lots of time without the kneading and I don't have to get my hands 'dirty'. Thumbs up and voted up plus more!

kayha on March 19, 2012:

This looks too good! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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