Oh yeah, you know that looks amazing! Well, I promise you that it was! I am going to be making this again, but next time I am going to spice things up and replace the tomatoes with pepperoni on half of it so the boys will like it too. They liked it, but only if we pulled “those nasty things” off first. LOL!
I must admit, I have a fairly one track mind when it comes to Walmart. The stores are just so big that I try not to spend too much time wandering. I typically go to the the places that hold what is on my list and then fight my way back out. So, when I have to go get something unusual it is fun for me. I haven’t spent a bunch of time checking out the bakery breads at Walmart. I either make my own bread or buy frozen. Oh man!
I had so much fun looking at that mark down breads and seeing all of the different Artisan breads like Ecce Panis, that I didn’t want to leave the area! You will see what I mean if you check out my Google+ Story by clicking the image below:
Be sure to visit the Pepperidge Farm Facebook page for lots more yummy recipes using bread!
So, you want to know how to make that nom nom concoction at the top don’t ya’? It is super easy!
Tomato and Basil Artisan Pizza
- Bread of Choice
- 1 container of Philly Cooking Crème Italian Cheese and Herb
- Package of Shredded Parmesan
- Package of Mozzarella
- Tomato, Sliced
- Fresh Basil, chopped
- Slice bread into 1 1/2 inch thick slices
- Spread Philly Cooking Crème liberally on one side of each piece
- Place Tomato Slices on top of crème
- Sprinkle with basil
- Top with cheeses – don’t put a ton, just a small amount. The cream does most of the work and the bread holds it all together
- Bake at 350° for approximately 10 minutes, or until cheese melt!
We actually made this as an Appetizer, but it filled us up and we ended up not having the actual meal.
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