The 5 Step How-To. Bryn Mawr’s BAKE 425…

It’s as easy as …. Pizza Pie?

If you didn’t already figure it out from my piece for Main Line Dish … I might be Bake 425’s biggest fan.

Want to get on my level? Just take a bite of their pizza. Seriously, I’m predicting quite a phenomenon with this one…

For some of you, the idea of cooking could be intimidating… If you can turn on an oven, you’re a pro at Bake 425 pizza.

Step One.

Do Nothing. Look at the beauty of the pizza that you chose… Remove the plastic wrapping, set aside the printed directions, adorably stickered onto the pizza, and bask in the sights and smells of your future dinner. 

Assuming that you caught on to the degree at which your oven should be preheated to, (425 degrees), as soon as the oven is ready, you are!

Step Two.

Slide out the cardboard tray used for packaging. Keeping the pizza on the piece of parchment paper provided, carefully place it on a preheated pizza stone, or otherwise straight on the oven racks. Crispyness guaranteed.

Step Three.

Set the timer for 8-10 minutes. Depending on your oven, this may need to be adjusted.

At around minute 4, your entire house will start to smell absolutely insane. On this particular day, the smell actually brought my dad downstairs to see what was going on … that good, I’m telling you!

Step Four. 

Carefully remove the cooked pizza from the rack. The parchment paper should be browned, and all the veggies should be cooked!

Step Five.

Don’t drool. Just wait for the pizza to cool. Then slice, and enjoy!

Half Go Green, Half Veg Out, on a Gluten Free Crust. 

My only change … Light on the garlic wash next time, otherwise, too good to even leave a crumb behind! 

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