Easy Tortilla Crust Pizza

I have a busy schedule and pizza is always an option but ordering out still takes a while for delivery so one day I made pizza using tortillas instead of dough..

Spray your pan with non stick cooking spray….place tortilla on pan add sauce …whatever you like on it…and cheese…place in oven 400…til cheese is melted and tortilla is crisp usually about ten min…and now you’ve got a prefect thin crust pizza…no more store bought our call in delivery for us….you can also make ahead and freeze the pizza..just place pan in freezer till frozen and put in freezer bag…when want pizza just spray pan and their it in oven..so simple.

(Thank you, Pauline Brookins, for sharing this super easy thin crust pizza recipe.)

My Thoughts on Homemade Tortilla Pizza

I’ve made these in the past, but completely forgotten about them. We had them for dinner last night. I used store-bought tortillas last night, but you can certainly make them with homemade flour tortillas as well.

5.0 from 2 reviews
Tortilla Pizza
 
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Recipe type: Main
Ingredients
  • flour tortillas
  • pizza sauce
  • toppings
  • shredded cheese
Instructions
  1. Heat your oven to 400 F.
  2. Put a flour tortilla on a pizza pan. Spread tomato or pizza sauce on the tortilla then add your favorite toppings and cheese.
  3. Bake for a few minutes until the cheese is melted and bubbly and the edges of the tortilla start to brown.

I made these last night. Here are a few pictures:

Let’s start with some Salami Pizza.

Before baking

And here’s what it looked like when it came out of the oven.

This one is very kid-friendly. You could also use pepperoni or make just cheese pizzas.

For myself, I got a little more adventurous with black olives, ham and fresh basil leaves.

Here’s what it looked like when it came out of the oven… the basil didn’t look so pretty, but still tasted really good. I think I’ll add them only at the last minute of baking next time I make these.

The Pizzas where a big hit for dinner and we’ll be making them again very soon.

 

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Comments

  1. says

    I have made small pizzas from English muffins. You add the sauce and toppings. Pop it in the oven on 350 till the cheese is melted. Fast and fun. You could even let the kids make their own.

  2. Theresa says

    We have also used pita bread sliced long way so that there wasn’t a pocket. This was a nice thin crust with no rolling for me!

  3. Marla says

    We have been doing this for a couple of years. We call them Meeza Pizzas since they are like your own personal pizza. In fact we just made them yesterday for lunch, my kids really like them and they can even make them.

  4. says

    I have made these, and have also made Mexican pizza. Use canned or homemade chili instead of tomato sauce, and use cheddar cheese instead of mozzarella. My family loves them.

  5. Holbrook says

    We like to use homemade yogurt ranch dressing for the sauce, cooked chicken, broccoli, and mozzerella cheese. A sprinkle of crushed red pepper for the grown ups! Be sure to put the veggies on top so they cook trough.

  6. Sarah says

    How is it I just discovered this today?! My kids don’t like English muffin pizzas and I’m such a bread maker that I guess I haven’t thought outside the bread box (har har). We loved these! Fast and easy on a busy night.
    And someone mentioned using pita breads. Brilliant! My brain is getting rustler with age so I love having these sites to turn to.

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