Since I was going to make his pizza, opening a new jar of marinara, I just decided to make a bunch and freeze them so I didn't have a jar of marinara with just a couple of tablespoons of sauce removed and forgotten in our refrigerator. I do this from time to time because it's easy to make a bunch at once, assembly line style and it's very handy to have a frozen pizza ready that can accommodate Cainan's calorie needs when we decide to eat pizza as a family.
Sometimes I buy the fresh dough from the grocery store, weigh out the individual portions and roll them out super thin--but this does take a lot of extra work. This time, I had a fresh package of Light Italian Herb flavored Flatouts, so I just decided to use the whole package and make six pizzas.
Package of Flatouts wraps (6 total)
Favorite marinara or pizza sauce
Part Skim mozzarella cheese
Favorite veggies and meats to top pizza
Set oven to 400 degrees and pre-bake Flatouts on a cookie sheet or pizza stone until rigid but not browned (about 5 minutes).
Top with approximately 2 tablespoons of sauce.
Top with cheese and favorite toppings.
Lay finished pizzas on a cookie sheet lined with wax paper, add addition wax paper and stack pizzas as needed.
Freeze for several hours until toppings are set. Pizzas can be placed in baggies or vacuum sealed once frozen.
*Note: if you are using raw meats or hard veggies that take longer to cook, pre-cook them before topping pizza.
Remove frozen pizza. Place in preheated 400 degree oven and bake until cheese is melted and golden (approximately 7-10 minutes).