mediterranean tortilla pizzasHave you guys had tortilla pizzas? I’d heard about them, but hadn’t tried it until last week. A flour tortilla acts as the crust (a particularly sturdy one, mind you!), topped and cooked in a cast-iron skillet for just a few minutes. A complete no-brainer, with ingredients that you probably already have hanging out in the pantry already!

Which, I so need meals like this in my life right now. Boy scouts, soccer practices and games, homework… and, now the Holidays right around the corner?  Sheer craziness. The best part is, it can be switched up so easily! Whether it’s a trip to the Mediterranean coast with salty olives and feta cheese like this example,  or barbecue sauce and chicken, or topped with a ton of veggies, or the more traditional route with just cheese and pepperoni – the possibilities are endless.

Bertolli recently reached out to me about participating in their My Tuscan Table campaign to celebrate their 150th anniversary. I wanted to do something very traditional and Italian…but the truth of the matter is, a quick dinner consisting of something super easy like tortilla pizzas and a simple green salad are the norm for our family’s table these days. Everyone gathers around to make their own, which is really important on those busy nights. Cooking and enjoying a meal together is pretty much the cornerstone of Tuscan culture, in fact, I’m pretty sure it transcends all cultures!

Bertolli’s new Riserva line of sauces make it super easy – and with fresh ingredients and no additional sugars, it they bring new hope to the jarred pasta sauce aisle. I’m usually a homemade girl, but sometimes you just need a good store-bought sauce! Bertolli is asking everyone to share their Tuscan tables. For every hashtag “#MyTuscanTable” used during the month of October, they’ll be donating $1 to Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign.  So get to hashtagging, folks!

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by the good folks at Bertolli. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

One Comment

  1. Rick Bauza
    Posted May 11, 2016 at 8:54 AM | Permalink

    One word awesome. I always do my pizzas at home all from scratch. After this after this Mediterranean pizza I cut my time in cooking and preparation and wife and kids love it. Great simple pizza.

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