Frozen pizzas are a necessity in almost every kitchen because not only are they incredibly easy, but because they are the perfect blank slate. Whether you feel like cooking or not, you can always just top the pizza with whatever ingredients you have on hand before putting the pizza in to bake.
A frozen pizza is also a great place to use up any leftover ingredients, like ground beef or wilting greens. There are few things that a pizza doesn’t make better. When cooking the pizza, abide by the package instructions. For this particular H-E-B pizza, the instructions were to bake at 400 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes. Tombstones tend to have lower cooking times, as do DiGiorno pizzas.
Because the toppings won’t have a chance to cook on their own completely, make sure you’re topping your pizza with pre-cooked protein (chicken, beef, pork, etc.) to ensure the safety of the ingredients.
Add chorizo, banana peppers, and feta cheese. Bake for prescribed amount of time, and top with red pepper seasoning or a dash of cayenne for a kick.
Add ham, pineapple chunks, and sliced jalapeños. Bake for prescribed amount of time, and top with cilantro or parsley for a fresh dose of greens.
Add spinach and broccoli to pizza. Bake for half of the prescribed amount of time. Make two wells in the surface and crack two eggs right onto the pizza. Bake for at least 10 minutes or the remaining half of the time.