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MRE pizza

Post by scrapie » Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:33 am

One night my 7 year old son wanted a snack. He loves those "Lunchables" pizzas. After he started eating them, my 4 year old daughter wanted some, too. I checked the fridge...all gone!!! She was crying, so I had to improvise! I grabbed a MRE wheat snack bread, tore it open, and tossed it in the toaster oven to warm it up. I grabbed a jar of spaghetti sauce, and smeared it on the warm bread. Then I found a piece of string cheese (mozzarella) and peeled it into little strips. I put the cheese strips on the sauced bread and popped it back in for a minute or so, until the cheese melted. She loved it!!! Problem solved!

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Re: MRE pizza

Post by housil » Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:50 am

Sale the recipe to the suppliers!!
I would love it to see any pizza MRE :D

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Post by German_EPA » Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:57 pm

fsr italian style sandwich tastes like a pizza :mrgreen:
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Re: MRE pizza

Post by housil » Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:16 pm

German_EPA wrote:fsr italian style sandwich tastes like a pizza :mrgreen:
A Bifi Carazza too and they are avialable at every gas station.

A (warm) MRE pizza entree would be nice. Like this "Pizzazungen" available at our bakers.

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Re: MRE pizza

Post by hannonmc » Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:27 pm

What a great idea... MRE pizza.

Stable bread, sauce, and cheese. Stable pepperoni too? Not even sure you would need to warm it? Easy enough to slip the bread and sauce packets into a frh to warm them.

Hmmm.....

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Re: MRE pizza

Post by housil » Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:45 pm

The German "Pizzazunge" is like a little, oblongness pizza. Available at "every" bakery over here. Just need to be warmed up, but could be eaten cold too. Not like a pocket sandwich, see:

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Mr. Gerry Darsh, I bet this could become everybodies darling :D

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Re: MRE pizza

Post by Garron » Wed Jun 10, 2009 7:45 pm

Thats a pretty awesome idea... I might give that a try.

Housil, I had somthing similar to that Bakery in Soest (NWR), it was good! :D I ate it cold... it was -12 outside and snowing... we had to walk to the car. If I had warmed it it would have been cold pretty quick anyway.

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Re: MRE pizza

Post by QMGE81A » Mon Jun 15, 2009 10:03 am

I took a page from scrapie's book and got creative with my dessert while camping this weekend. :lol:

MRE DESSERT PIZZA
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Re: MRE pizza

Post by scrapie » Mon Jun 15, 2009 5:16 pm

I can't believe I never thought of that! There really is no end to the uses for that bread! My daughter will love it! Thanks!

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