Choking Hazard Pizza
"Warning: Choking Hazard", "Ages 12 and up", or "Child-resistant packaging". Who makes these pronouncements? Can we as individual children not decide for ourselves what is good to place in our own mouths? I, for one, think we can. I also think that pizza is delicious. Let’s combine a child’s free will and pizza, and show the world that such warnings are unnecessary.
For this recipe, I’ve collected items around my house that I’ve been dying to taste. The key for this pizza is to make sure the toppings fit through a toilet paper roll — that’s how you know they’ll fit at least into your mouth, although maybe not past your throat. The pizza dough is a simple mix of flour, water, oil, sugar, salt, and yeast. Mix these together, let the dough rise, punch it down, and refrigerate until pizza time. When you’re ready to eat, toss out the dough, making sure it’s not too thick, and cover with your favorite choking hazards, sauce, and cheese. If it looks like an I Spy book, you’re on the right path. Bake, and enjoy what the ‘adults’ have kept from us.