I have a history of getting really obsessed with certain things, like blue eye shadow or peasant tops. Right now I’m starting to feel that way about my slow cooker. (Except without the sadness I felt in middle school when lace-up jeans went out of style.)
Lucky for my newfound fad, there’s nothing to regret about slow-cooker meals. I love the “set it and forget it” mentality so much, I’m totally gung-ho about joining Pillsbury in making a slow-cooker recipe every day during the month of February.
I’m feeling so inspired about slow-cooker recipes, I’m trying out a meal I never thought could be made the slow and steady way: pizza. As soon as I saw the idea on the Crockin’ Girls blog, I knew I had to make it myself.
First, I unrolled a container of Classic Pizza Crust and placed it in my slow cooker. It was too large to fit in one layer, so I ended up folding it nearly in half, causing the dough to be very thick. Then I topped it with sauce, cheese and pepperoni and cooked it on high for about 3 hours.