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Florentine Breakfast Pizzas

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Finally, today's breakfast:

Florentine Breakfast Pizzas with strawberries and greek yogurt sweetened with organic agave 5-calorie sweetener

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missbumble

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Hi - So Just a tip or maybe you already do this.. but I bake the breakfast pizzas in the oven and they are very crunchy and fabulouso!!!!

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Thanks, I'll have to try baking next time. This was the first time I had these and couldn't wait for the oven :)

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@slonic This is one of my favorite JC Breakfasts!! I cook mine in the oven like @missbumble said and it is SO good!! Not nearly as good cooked  in the oven.

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I'll have to try the oven bake method.....I microwaved mine and they were disgusting.

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missbumble

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@JustJanetFavorite JC meal!!!  Parchment paper or cooking spray on a cookie sheet - 350 degrees for 30 minutes. FABULOUS!

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I do mine on the air fryer. 10-11 minutes at 400. Tops get a little crunch and bottoms crisp. About my favorite meal!!!

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On 10/26/2017 at 10:38 AM, JustJanet said:

I'll have to try the oven bake method.....I microwaved mine and they were disgusting.

 

Happened to me too, first time I used microwave and put this on my do-not-reorder list. Then kept reading about how great it was if baked in the oven and reluctantly gave it another try. What a difference!

 

Oven is definitely the way to go. What missbumble said above, or use a baking stone. Pampered Chef small bar pan works great. I think it's now called toaster oven pan. After the pan gets seasoned, no need to use oil. Great for fish and chips, turkey bacon egg sandwich and cheeseburger too, and lots of other stuff. Any unglazed stoneware would do.

 

@rcdoc Great suggestion, I'll try it air fryed next time and see how it compares to baked.

 

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