The Iowa State fair had over 40 dirrefent foods-on-a-stick, but no pizza! I wanted a way to eat my pizza at the fair as conveniently as any of the other food available, now anyone can carry their pizza wherever they go!
I took an entire night and my extensive pizza baking knowledge and dedicated them to making this work. The result was, undeniably, a pizza-on-a-stick!
The best part is that anyone can do it! It is much simpler than it sounds and you can have a lot of fun, so don't be afraid to give it a try.
If you have a good crust you like to use for pizza go ahead and skip to step 5. I like the crust here because it is firm enough, after baking, to hold onto the stick and support the weight of the pizza.
Step 1: Gathering the materials
Just as in any other recipe you want all the ingredients on hand before you start, here is what you will need:
-Counter space( i have very little counter space and it makes this process challenging)
-Two mixing bowls(one large and one small, or two large, well, it doesn't matter as long as one is large)
-1 cup. I used two, one for water and one for flour.
-Whole wheat flour, just to make it healthier and taste great
-active, dry yeast
-honey, I used one with a honeycomb in it so it had some extra particulates
-warm water,warm to the touch, around 90 degrees if you want to measure it.
-Sauce of your choice
-cheese of your choice
-other toppings that you like
-I used tiny pepperonis for astetic purposes, mozarella and mild cheddar cheese and Chef Boyardee pizza sauce