When you're up at 2 in the morning and just craving a snack, but don't have the will power to make real food, you need something quick, easy, and delicious. Introducing, the Pita Pizza!
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Step 1: Ingredients
Pizza sauce (from a jar, preferably)
Mozzarella cheese (from the freezer, preferably)
Small cutting board
Step 2: Turn on the Toaster Oven
I like to bake it at around 250-300 degrees. Any hotter and the cheese will start to burn too early.
Step 3: Lay It Out
The great thing about small cutting boards, is they serve so many purposes. Mine is a preparation plate, a knife resistant surface, and a serving platter, all in one!
Lay Mr. Pita down so that his edges are up (like a bowl...they're sort of curved), and give him a little sun tan lotion, but not too much. Too much sauce can ruin a pizza.
Next, spread the cheese liberally, and add any other toppings you'd like.
Step 4: Peter the Pita Is Baked
Slide your pizza in the sauna to chill, until the cheese is melted to your satisfaction. He'll need about 5-7 minutes to fully melt, depending on the temperature of your oven.
Step 5: Voila!
Take him out, cut and serve. You've just made your first of many pita pizzas.
This instructable was baked in the minutes leading up to 2:00 AM