Bake the crust for 10 minutes at 450 degrees.
- A bunch of pizza dough (if you're buying the Pillsbury kind, I'd say get 2. If you're making your own, you could probably make a medium size recipe)
- Pizza sauce (if you're a saucy kinda girl, use a lot. If you're not, don't).
- mozzarella cheese (I usually use 1/2 a bag but feel free to use it all)
- a jar of roasted red peppers (we probably use 1/3 of a jar)
- a jar of marinated artichokes (we probably use 1/4 of a jar)
- baby bella mushrooms (I use 6)
- a bag of kale (or you could buy a bunch of it and strip out the ribs. I'm lazy so I buy the bag)
- olive oil
- a container of feta
You can make your kale chips according to this recipe and set them aside until your pizza is done. These are super tasty by themselves so you may want to make some extras.
Roll your pizza dough onto your baking stone. I like to put down a small amount (think a teaspoon or so) of oil then cornmeal before I put the dough on. Whatever you like to do is fine, though. Poke your dough with forks then bake it at 450 for 10 minutes.
Once the crust is done pre-baking, top it with pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese, your sliced mushrooms, chopped peppers, and chopped artichokes. Bake for another 10-15 minutes. Once it's done, top with the kale chips and feta cheese. I could also see an argument for diced red onion added at the end, too, but we haven't tried it this way yet.