These are like mini pizzas and go great with a side of warm tomato sauce to dip them into. They also reheat well! Feel free to add your own “toppings” instead of sundried tomato and spinach, you can add what you love!
There are so many different ways to cook corn but this way is one of my favorites. It’s quick and buttery tasting! You can make it with or without the topping!
I love crostinis, finger food, appetizer party food. But it is so rare to be served such a thing! I created a dinner based on this! There are a lot of steps but I promise the prep shouldn’t take longer then ten minutes and the cooking time is another 15 minutes tops. (Prepare all the ingredients in advance so you can do one thing after the other!)
I love when a salad fills me up and is a full meal. There is so much flavor in this one dish and it is so filling, you will feel light and satisfied and because of the butternut squash you wont be hungry until the morning!
The trick to this recipe is to do things in larger batches and be able to pull them out of the freezer the morning of. SO if you are making this, double or triple the dough recipe and freeze it in plastic bags tied into knots and then pull it out whenever you feel like pizza, focaccia or calzones for dinner! I keep the roasted peppers in my freezer in small sandwich bags and pull them out to add to a tomato sauce, salad, soup, eggs, everything really…