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Easy Pizza Night At Home with Our Improved Pizza Kits

Easy Pizza Night At Home with Our Improved Pizza Kits

We've revamped our pizza kits and we think you're really going to like them.

Pizza kits are back! We have the best ingredients and toppings so you can make the best pizza in Denver, at your home, at anytime. It starts with Babette’s pizza dough, which can be stretched and cooked in a hot pizza oven for a classic Neapolitan-style pizza or rolled out thin and par-baked before topping for an easier home oven version. Next up, most of our kits layer on our favorite simple tomato sauce and a base of aged mozzarella, but sometimes we like to mix it up with pesto or fresh burrata. Then, the final touch is the fun part for us, we like to add a flavorful cheese to bring it all together and an additional topping like local salami, thin sliced prosciutto or pickled peppers. Check out a few of our favorite flavor combos below and all the options HERE.

Looking for baking instructions for your pizza? We've got your covered.
Pizza Oven Instructions
Stretch and spread the pizza dough out thin and arrange it on your peel that has been dusted with cornmeal. Top your pizza on the peel and carefully load it into your pizza oven. You will know when your pie is done when the edge of the crust is bubbling and blistered and the bottom is brown.  For more great tips and directions we recommend Ooni.
Home Oven Instructions
If you are baking your pizza in your conventional home oven, preheat the oven to 450F. You can make your pizza on a sheet pan, a stone, cast iron skillet or directly on parchment paper. If you are using a stone or skillet, be sure to preheat these along with the oven. Use your hands or a rolling pin to roll out the pizza dough to your desired size (additional flour will help keep the dough from sticking and hold it's shape.) A bigger pizza will have a thinner crust and smaller round will have a thicker crust. Pierce the dough with a fork to create small holes for air to escape, and place your crust in the oven for about 2 minutes to par-bake it. Remove it from the oven, and add your toppings. Continue baking until the cheese is melted and the edges of the crust and the bottom of the pizza are golden to dark brown.

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