Supreme Pizza Recipe

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Make pizza night super duper out of this world with homemade pizza. This recipe is supreme with vegetables and two types of meat. Yum!

Supreme Pizza Recipe

Pizza night is one of our favorite nights of the week. When the bread machine pan fell apart back in January, I worried that homemade pizza would fall off the radar because I was such a wimp about the KitchenAid. Surprisingly, that is not the case.

In fact, I might (finally) be falling in love with my stand mixer. I never thought we’d get past the love-hate relationship, but we have.

The last few weeks and months of pizza dough making have not been as difficult or as messy as I expected. And last week, I think I reached pizza dough perfection. Seriously.

We make pizza once a week at home. I’ve been doing this since FishBoy17 was born. Learning good pizza making has been a process, but it’s been good.

Make it a Supreme Pizza Night

Supreme Pizza Recipe

pizza before the final cheese

Most of us enjoy experimenting with different toppings and the littles LOVE to help decorate the pizzas — even when they don’t get too creative with the topping variety. (Hello again, Pepperoni.)

One of our favorite pizza variations is the Supreme, or what Costco calls a Combo. Sausage, pepperoni, mushrooms, olives, peppers, and onions are great on a pizza!

You can add or subtract what you want to create your favorite Supreme Pizza. However, just be mindful of how much veg you add. Fresh veggies give off water when cooked. Too many will make your pizza soggy and affect the texture of the finished pizza pie.

Supreme Pizza Recipe

Make your own pizza every week!

Making my own pizza is super affordable. I make a batch and a half of my favorite pizza dough, though we’re almost to double batch status. Each batch of dough should cost about $1 to $1.50 to make if you’re buying good quality flour.

I regularly buy the yeast, cheese, tomato paste/tomato sauce, and olives at Costco. I store the big bag of yeast in the freezer and break the 5-pound bag of cheese into smaller bags. I typically buy the pepperoni and sausage at Trader Joe’s.

With the basics on hand, it’s pretty easy to make pizza a regular thing. I usually make the dough about 3 or 4 on Friday afternoon, but you can make it the night before or earlier in the day. You can also make the dough and freeze it right away.

Readers have shared how they parbake the crust and freeze the rounds. I’ve not tried it yet, but it’s on my list.

Making homemade pizza is cheap and easy — and so delicious! You’ll wonder why you ever paid pizza parlor prices.

Tools I use to make homemade pizza easier:

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  1. Jessica, how long to you let the dough knead on your Kitchen Aid? What other tricks have you learning in making your dough using your Kitchen Aid?

    • I have a post in the works. I am learning to love my Kitchen Aid, especially when it can easily make a double batch of pizza dough. I think I knead it for about five minutes.

  2. Stephanie M. says:

    Hi Jessica:

    I know this has nothing to do with today’s topic but I just had to tell you that this week we had two of your recipes: one was your whole wheat banana pancakes that you posted a week or two ago. They were delicious and our daughter who is a healthy eater only absolutely loved them. I never made homemade pancakes; I always used the box. Since making them, I also printed out your recipe for basic pancakes and will be making them shortly as well. The whole wheat pancakes recipe made 20 so I have some in the freezer. I’m not ever going to buy pancake mix in the box any more.

    The second thing we had was your lawnmower taco. I made that about three weeks ago along with some other freezer meals and we finally had it last night. All I can say is YUM!!!!!!! We all loved it and it will definitely be part of our regular rotation. I can’t wait to make it again; easy and absolutely delicious!!!


  3. Friday pizza here too. Which also means use up leftovers. Kids are getting cheese pizzas made on tortillas since it uses less cheese (I need to stretch it so I don’t have to go shopping!). We had some leftover steak, so we are gonna try a philly cheese steak type of pizza. I love using leftovers on pizza nights. No two weeks are the same!

  4. The link to the Last Minute Pizza Sauce is broken … I did find the sauce recipe by searching the site,

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