Growing up dinners were never really planned out like they are these days. Karen, my mom, really tried her best at doing it but her hands were full. She was a mom, dad, friend, caretaker, maid, cook and a legit Pensions business owner. She was and still to this day is amazing!
For dinner, we usually ate out but honestly I’m not complaining about that. We were raised on El Charro bean burros, butter cheese crisps and chips with salsa. It was the Bomb! She also cooked. She is a great cook but raising 3 crazy girls on her own, cooking was never a priority. Why would it be when El Charro was down the street. She has made up this delicious recipe I am about to share with you. It is FAST and EASY!
My kids HATE anything I make for dinner. (read my post about Dinnertime Horror for a look into my Hell with picky children) However, when I make Boboli The Green Bean Pizza for dinner, they eat it all. In fact, it is a race to see who gets the last piece.
It is fast, easy and delicious!
Boboli: The Green Bean Pizza
- 3 Boboli Pizza Crust
- 2lbs of Ground Beef (I buy lean ground beef)
- 1 can of Prego Traditional sauce
- 3 cans of Green Beans (1 pizza uses 1 drained can of Green Beans)
- Shredded Cheese
- Lawry’s salt
(I recommend using a Pizza pan to get the best results. I ordered 2 of these Farberware Nonstick Bakeware pizza pans from amazon and absolutely love them!
Set oven to 375. Put Pizza crusts on pan and sprinkle shredded cheese all over them. Place pizzas in the oven. Allow the oven to warm while melting the cheese.
Layer: Once the cheese is melted add,
- 2 scoops of ground beef with sauce (or more for a meaty pizza)
- 1 can of drained green beans (make sure they are well drained. I always spread them out on a paper towel)
- Smother the top with cheese.
Place in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes or until cheese is bubbly and crusts are golden.
Don’t knock it until you try it. Make it for your family and let me know what you think!