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Pizza Made With Stonefire Flat Breads Review

I received flat breads from Stonefire Authentic Flat breads company
from Canada and my review has three opinions!!My son was visiting and when the “Stonefire Flat Breads” arrived we had to give them the taste test. I prepared the the first flat bread in the toaster for a few minutes, when he came in, he said it smelled wonderful.
Ok so then tired one with hummus on one and just plain for the other to taste.
Wonderful flavor, and with a hint of garlic. They were wonderful just plain. Stonefire breads by Naan Review
(By the way he loves to cook good foods so his opinion was important.)
First thing he said was, they reminded him of a pita, but when he tasted it, he said “the texture  was nothing like a pita, and that it was much more moist and tender” and then he said, “they would make great Navajo tacos and that they would be great to take camping, and heat up by the campfire, add some re-fried beans, onions, and cheese, or what ever he might have with him”. They are made of buttermilk, ghee (which is clarified butter) hand stretched and baked. All of their flat breads products are all natural/free of preservatives!!  The less ingredients the better!
Sandwiches: My husband likes wrap sandwiches so we added all the ingredients to make a wonderful turkey wrap with cream cheese, lettuce, some provolone cheese, deli turkey and little grey poupon mustard, whala!!
Pizza: So I wanted to try making the flat bread into a pizza, so with some marinara sauce, or pizza sauce, pepperoni and chopped vegetables I used green peppers, onions, and mushrooms and mozzarella cheese, I heated in the oven on my baking stone for about 10 minutes. I can tell you, it was delicious and will be doing this again soon. Since I buy extra and freeze I can have pizza anytime.
Where to buy: I am finding them in most grocery stores by the deli counters. I buy extra and freeze them, they do well.  I found the flat breads in a little market and also at my local grocery Smiths/Kroger.
There are also other bread products including traditional pita, roti, pizza!!
After visiting their website I also discovered all sorts of recipes and ways to use the Stonefire Flat Breads as they come in many varieties including, original, whole wheat and of course garlic. I wondered how they got the big bubbles and read that they use high heat.
There very versatile and can make a whole meal. Here is a video I found on their website with Rachel Ray making Chicken Vindaloo with Naan, FULL RECIPE 
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Website: Stonefire
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Comparison To Boboli: I have tried the boboli bread and did not care for the thickness but thats our preference, we like thin and crisp and less bread. The whole process of chopping a few vegetables and prep was only about the amount of time it took my oven to heat to 400°. And you can make so many variations, from using chicken, artichokes, and instead of using a marinara sauce try white sauce like prepared Alfredo sauce or pesto. Here is another version I found on Taste of Home

How do you make your pizza!! I would love to hear your variations………….

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Peach Melba Ice Cream from Pink Recipe Box

Peach Melba Homemade Ice Cream Recipe | www.pinkrecipebox.com
 I’m currently suffering through the hottest month of the year when my desk fan becomes next to useless no matter how high I turn it up. Homemade ice cream recipes to the rescue!

Princess Anna Crochet Hat

Princess Anna inspired crochet hat with pattern»Over The Apple Tree
This Disney’s Frozen, Princess Anna inspired crochet hat is easy to make and is a great gift for the holidays or a Frozen birthday!

Joanna’s Andalusian Zucchini Tortilla
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Spanish-tortilla
Are you curious like me where the zucchini is?

August 2014 Favorites! from Skin Stuff by Katy

August was pretty good product wise for me. I have a decent amount of favorites to share 
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from Upstate Ramblings
Snickers Pretzel Mix #Chocolate4theWin #shop
Football season is just about underway!  Whether it is a club, college, high school or professional teams are practicing and getting ready for another exciting season.  My family loves to watch football. Of course football also means snacks, so to go along with our first game of the season I created this portable SNICKERS Pretzel Snack with cute little football bags.

Mommy Club
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Speaking of being a mommy…it is simply not a job you can understand until you are a mommy.

How to Make Elderberry Extract
from Little Owl Crunchy Momma

It’s incredibly easy, and super delicious. I use it to help make my elderberry syrup last longer (recipe coming soon). It’s also delicious to add to cider in the fall and winter. Mmmmm. Delicious.

Glittery Fall Leaf Earrings

Glittery Fall Leaf Earrings by Crafty Journal
Create a fun pair of glittery fall leaf earrings to dress up for autumn.

Bourbon Maple Sweet Potato Recipe from  eat pray {read} love

These Bourbon Maple Sweet Potatoes are sure to be a hit at your next dinner! Creamy potatoes with a crunchy pecan topping and just the right amount of sweetness!
I had these delicious Bourbon-Maple sweet potatoes as one of my sides. Ben doesn’t normally like sweet potatoes (which is one reason I ordered them!- kidding!) but he inhaled these babies. I decided to try to recreate the sweet potato recipe for our Thanksgiving meal and they were pretty spot-on.

Blairsden Mansion Tour: Part 2
from Ms. Toody Goo Shoes

52-Room Mansion Tour: You've got to see this house to believe it! Ms.Toody Goo Shoes

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Watermelon Slush

from  4 Sons ‘R’ Us

Watermelon Slush

This frosty treat makes a refreshing ending to any summer meal. Simply scoop the slushy mixture into bowls or tall glasses and enjoy a refreshing dessert, all while still getting that melon flavor fix, albeit without all the dripping. Add a splash of vodka for an even sweeter summer adult beverage.

Painted FurnIture

How to Paint Furniture
Finally, we found a dresser that fit out needs. It wasn’t too over-scale, had 9 drawers, and was only $100.

Pumpkin Butter from Budget Girl

Pumpkin Butter // Budget Girl --- 13 Days of Pumpkin is back! This year, we're getting started with this decadent pumpkin butter recipe. Perfect on some toasted pumpkin yeast bread. :) #pumpkin #fall #autumn #butter #food #recipes #cooking
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Classic Cherry Pie from Born to Bake Forever

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Mini Pumpkin Bundt Cakes With Cream Cheese Drizzle

I found this recipe several years ago and with fall it seems appropriate to share. Just using the mini bundt pans makes these into a great presentation. And buy using only small amount of cream cheese icing as a drizzle its just the right for a yummy flavor!
Mini Pumpkin Bundt Cakes with Cream Cheese Drizzle inspired by That Skinny Chick
Mini Bundt Cakes With Cream Cheese Drizzle
Cake:
2 cups sugar
1 1/4 cup vegetable oil
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 cups canned pumpkin (I used a 15 ounce can)
4 eggs
2 cups flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
2 teaspoons baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon cinnamon
2 teaspoons ground ginger
1/2 teaspoon cloves
Drizzle:
1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter, at room temperature
3-4 ounces cream cheese, at room temperature
2 cups powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 tablespoons milk (more or less depending on how thick you want your drizzle)
Preheat oven to 350º.  Grease two mini Bundt pans (each with 6 openings) with Baker’s Joy or other non-stick spray with flour. Set aside. Note: if you cant find it you can use shortening and dust your pans with a light dusting of flour, the way my grandmother taught me when baking cakes to make them fall out of the pan clean, no sticking.
Combine sugar and oil in large bowl.  Mix in pumpkin and vanilla. Beat in eggs one at a time.  Sift baking power, soda and salt into bowl, followed by flour and spices.  Mix till just combined.  Divide batter between 12 openings…filling 2/3 full or less.
Bake for about 25 minutes or till toothpick inserted in center comes out clean.  Cool about 5 minutes, then remove cakes from mold to rack.  Cool completely.
To make drizzle, beat together cream cheese and butter. Add vanilla and slowly mix in powdered sugar.  Add milk to desired consistency.  Drizzle over cooled cakes.
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