Star Gazer’s Pizza

Star Gazer's Pizza

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Join Shane and I in the kitchen for a little family night pizza fun & try making the Star Gazer’s Pizza!

Star Gazer’s Pizza by Jodie Fitz

1 pizza dough

1/8 cup olive oil, light

1 clove garlic, medium

1 teaspoon Italian seasoning*

2 yellow bell peppers (NuVal 96)

1 green bell pepper (NuVal 96)

8 oz. shredded mozzarella, part skim

Salt and pepper

Star Gazer's Pizza

  1. Crush the clove of garlic with a garlic press and stir it into the 1/8 cup of light olive oil and let it set.
  2. Pre-heat the oven to 400 degrees.
  3. Rinse the bell peppers.
  4. Cut the yellow peppers into large slices; yielding approximately four sides per pepper.
  5. Using a small star cookie cutter or kitchen scissors, create seven small yellow pepper stars.
  6. Chop the remaining yellow pepper pieces into small pieces to use on the pizza.
  7. Create seven thin slices of green bell pepper.
  8. Roll the pizza dough onto a round, lightly floured pizza stone.
  9. Baste the dough with the garlic-seasoned olive oil.

10. Evenly distribute the Italian seasoning.

11. Lightly season the dough with salt and pepper.

12. Add the chopped pieces of yellow pepper onto the seasoned pizza dough.

13. Add the shredded cheese.

14. Top the pizza with the big dipper by using the yellow stars you have created from the bell pepper and connect them with the thin green slices of pepper.

15. Bake for approximately 20 – 25 minutes.

* I love the lite house freeze dried Italian seasoning that can be found in the produce aisles at Price Chopper super Markets.

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41 Comments on “Star Gazer’s Pizza”

  1. This looks so good! And so nice to be in the kitchen with your son! Thanks for sharing at Foodie Friends Friday! Please come back on Sunday to VOTE!

    1. Sorry for taking a couple of days to respond! Thanks you for stopping by, hope you had a great Labor Day weekend…

  2. What a cute idea! We’re learning our alphabet right now and and make homemade pizza once a week — we’ll be doing with this with our letters!

      1. Thank you! I love connecting & sharing…there are so many talented bloggers & it’s always fun to see what everyone is up to! Thanks for hosting…hope you visit back soon. Have a great evening, Jodie

  3. we love homemade pizza. how cute to teach constellations with food ingredients. So creative. I came over from NapTime creations link up, I’m excited to see more of your creations.

  4. I never thought to use cookie cutters on veggies! What a super idea! It’s really out of this world. Sorry…I couldn’t help it…I’m not so punny πŸ˜‰
    Found you on the Romance on a Dime Hop- if you’d like Ladies Holiday on Wednesday for a book hop and/or Friday to add your favorite photos (from a post is fine!)
    Happy Tuesday πŸ™‚

    1. HAHA – loved your pun & you are punny πŸ™‚ However my spell check kept wanting to make you puny – LOL!

      I will stop by…thanks for the invite. Have a great eve,

      Jodie

    1. Hi there! Thanks for stopping by; there’s always some sort of help in the kitchen over here in some way :). I will most definitely stop back. Have a great week!

      Jodie

  5. My daughter loves helping in the kitchen. What a yummy recipe! Thank you for sharing at our Pinteresting Party!

  6. Love this! What a creative idea. I will be featuring your star gazer pizza this week so be sure and grab a featured button!

    1. Thanks Kathie! It’s amazing how pepper stars transform a white pizza for kids :). Hope you had a great week! I will grab one πŸ™‚ YOU ARE AWESOME…

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