Crustless Pizza (Pizza Pie)

I made a crustless pizza last week and have been craving it ever since! So, I decided to make another one and actually show what I used and how much.  🙂

Three dollars worth of canned goods. I mixed the past and the diced tomatoes for the marinara. I love the taste of tomatoes, so I don’t think I need to add much more to it. I left the water from the tomatoes to thin out the paste. It all worked out well! The other can is for “toppings.”

This is a nine-inch cake pan that I got from Walmart for eighty-eight cents.

That 5 lb bag of cheese cost me thirteen dollars at Walmart, and I got those jalapenos for a dollar at Dollar General. They are for nachos, so you know they’re good!

I mixed the tomato paste and diced tomatoes and put that as the first layer. Then, I covered it in cheese. Here you can see the “toppings,” layered on top. The jalapenos are great, and the can of tomatoes with corn and okra was a nice addition. I think that all the flavors are going to work well and layer great! I piled on more cheese, after. It almost looked like a pie, but I knew it would all melt down in the oven.

I covered it with foil and sent it on its merry way. I stuck it in at 450 for 30 minutes. Thirty minutes was great, you can also do 45. But, I wouldn’t leave it in for too long.

As you can see, the foil had some cheese on it. I let the tin cool, while I picked the cheese off that. It was a nice way to keep myself occupied. I am certain this prevented a third-degree burn that was destined for the roof of my mouth.

Yeah, it was a winner. The cheese was great, it was like a ton of cheese with tomatoes and a few other toppings here and there. I suppose it may have been more like a pie than a pizza. But, it’s a great substitute if you can’t have pizza. You can always change the toppings, too!

This should be fine for people with IBS. Corn is a problem for some people, but you can use different toppings. If cheese is a problem, you will obviously want to skip this. So; this is Vegetarian, but not Vegan, friendly.

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