Monday's menu was French bread pizza. The kids and Bruce loved being able to make their own pizza the way they wanted it and it was a big hit. You can choose your family's favorite toppings and they'll have fun putting their pizzas together. I thought younger children would love this idea if you have family night at home.
Here's how you make the French Bread Pizza:*Preheat oven to 500 degrees.
*French Bread loaves, enough to feed your family, cut lengthwise. (We used two and a half loaves for our family and that made lunch and supper. :)
*Pizza sauce (I bought the smaller jars and we used one and a half of those.)
*cheese (we used grated sharp and mozzerella)
*Toppings (use your favorites. We used sausage, pepperoni, mushrooms, and green peppers)
Layer your sauce on the bread, add your favorite toppings and cheese, and place in the oven five to six minutes. Keep an eye on it. It cooks pretty fast. The edges will get nice and crisp while the center stays fairly soft. ENJOY!
I found this on Pinterest from a site called, What's Cooking with Ruthie.
There was a boy, about nineteen years old, that accepted Christ at church yesterday morning and then we had six baptisms last night.
What a blessing to see some men from the mission and some of our younger children follow Christ into believer's baptism.
We had a fellowship after church last night for our Sunday School class too. It was a cookie social. So needless to say, there was cookies and milk. It was fun and we had a lot of good laughs.
I have no idea what happened in the picture below but that whole table of teens was dying in laughter.
My friend, Sam, especially had me cracking up. She'll read this and know why. But, Sam, I have laughed off and on all DAY over what you told me. Ohhhhh, you are wonderfully sweet and funny. And I love you to pieces!! :)