I made this cake for my oldest son's birthday it's an Applesauce Bundt Cake.
And It tasted really good!
I even made a maple icing and put on top of it. (pretty sweet for me but for a party it was fun) I thought for sure I had an instant favorites recipe it came out of the pan so great and looked super moist. BUT when I cut into it and tried to put a piece on a plate it fell apart and was super crumbly. It had great flavor but was way to crumbly I'm not sure why it was but I will have to play with it a figure it out! Don't worry when I do you will be the first to get the recipe!
Also for his Birthday my son asked for pizza! It's not something we have often mainly cause I'm not organized enough think ahead and have some of it made in advance. I did make the crusts the night before and partially cooked them which made it lots easier the next day. Also when I make it I can't just make one kind so that makes it a little more tedious too! I'm sure with more practice I can learn to streamline it and make it more Simple! If you figure out some great tricks please share! Pizza is just such a fun food!
Alright for the crust you of course you can use the Best Yet Whole Wheat Bread recipe one batch makes 2 large or 3 medium crusts. Or you can use this Whole Wheat Pizza Crust recipe that makes 4 large crusts. Both are very good! I have found that baking them half way (before they turn golden brown) before you put on the toppings makes it so you are sure to not have soggy crust in the center of your pizza. It does work to put the toppings on before you bake the crust but it just takes longer to have the center of the pizza be done!
If I have a jar of pasta sauce (with good ingredients of course;) I will sometimes use it on the pizza but usually I just make my own the recipe I posted just below!
Now toppings are pretty much up to you. The picture of the first pizza has spinach, marinated
artichoke hearts, pineapple, olives, onion and my Mozzarella Cheese recipe. The second one has onions, mushrooms, olives, green peppers, and my cooked Savory Sausages crumbled. The Cheese on that pizza is just the Cheezy Sauce recipe mixed with a little rice milk to thin and sometimes a little organic sugar to sweeten. I usually just melt it at a very low heat on the stove. (don't scorch!) The last pizza picture is a very veggie with zucchini, corn, tomatoes, peppers, onions, what ever veggies you want to throw on really. It also has the Mozzarella Cheese. We have made some without the "cheese" sauces and just used more pizza sauce with the veggies so it's not dry and it's good that way. You can also sprinkle Italian seasonings on top that's good too! I think if I would just stick with one kind at a meal it would be much more simple but I think it's fun to have different kinds to choose from! Have fun and let me know what you come up with!