good idea, just ran across this site ... this has probably been posted already somewhere, but i don't have time to check ... although this appears to be a true pizza lovers site i thought you would appreciate this ...
Package of flat breadlike pre-made bread (pita? or some other flat bread?) also can just use the ones that come 2 in a package or 3 in a package for the mini's
take any sauce and spread thinly up to an inch from the edge
sprinkle mozzarella LIGHTLY as a sort of glue ... keep all toppings an inch from the edge
toppings, whatever keep them light ...
then top it with a normal amt of shredded cheese, lightly covering the toppings but not burying them
preheat oven to 450
put generous oil on bottom of pan, not butter or anything just oil, or olive oil enough to cover the bottom of pizza pan,
***variation, use a larger cast iron skillet and bake it the same way, makes a b beautiful crust
bake for about 8 to 12 min until you think it's done
total time is about 15 min from scratch, by the time you set the pizza bread/doe on a plate or whatever, open a can of sauce, (spaghetti sauce, pizza sauce, tomato sauce -not paste works fine) two bags of shredded cheese one mozzarella, and the other whatever, and deal pepperonis or whatever other topping, slice up a few tomatoes, fry up some sausage etc the possibilities are truly endless from a very very simple recipe, use small pizza's for kids, quick meal in minutes ... i have made pizza's for several restaurants, (name brand chains i can't mention) and have made dozens of different dough recipes from mix or from scratch either way, but in the end, it's the way you make it, sauce and particular order of how you compile it that makes the difference. I never realized a simple thing could be so unlimited. **yeah OK nothing beats a homebrewed pie but hey, in the end you still have that melted cheese and toppings so really it's a pretty good idea!!**
Here is a good place to start. i couldn't think of the bread to use but it's **well screw that i guess i can't post a hyperlink, i run my own forum but i can't paste a link, last time i go here** it's called boboli - at boboli dot com
or there are lots of ones that are just like it. It is made to use for pizzas.