Title: Homemade pizza
Category: Food and Drink
Pizza! The word itself engenders so many emotions. It’s this gooey-cheesy goodness that makes everything better. Literally everything! If it was for me and about 95% of the people on this planet, we would eat pizza for every meal for as long as we could. But sadly, we can’t do that because post pizza farts and burps are frowned upon. Also, there’s a concept called healthy living, which does not encourage consumption of oodles of fat and carbohydrates in every meal and besides eating out for every meal will surely not serve you very well in the long run both physically and financially. That’s probably one of the reasons why people are going back to the traditional ways and preferring homemade counterparts of this cheesy beauty.
Also, saving a few bucks is always a good idea. Isn’t it? So, let’s get started.
Now, many people believe that the secret to that scrumptious pizza is all in the oven. But is that really true? Does all that we love about our pizza come from the oven? Well, yes and no!
Benefits of homemade pizza
1. A Healthier Alternative
While making a pizza at home, you can make an effort and give this delight a healthier twist. You can use plenty of vegetables, go gluten-free and easy on the meat. This will ensure a healthier and a more diet-friendly take on our good-old pizza. Also, prepare a healthy salad with very light dressings to go with the pizza. This will not only help you control your potions but will also keep you full for longer.
Considering how expensive pizzas are these days. Making one at home from scratch seems like a very good idea. A large pizza ordered in, can set you back by almost $25 and well you can make about 2-3 pizzas at home in that cost. Also, think of all the money you’ll be saving on tips.
3. Brings the whole family together
Pizza, In general brings people together. Hence, making one can be turned into a family activity easily. Also, this is that one thing everybody from the younger ones to the elders will be taking interest in. Delegate the tasks and ask the younger ones to roll out the dough and work with the pizza sauce and cheese while the elder ones can chop the toppings and prepare the meat. When the pizza is ready he whole family can sit together and enjoy it.