Who needs pizza when you can have Meatza!!?? Oh helllllls yeah, this meal was delicious! This meal is SUPER easy to make and you can transform it into any concoction you want. Asian Meatza? Weird, but awesome! Mexican Meatza? Yes, please! Buffalo Chicken Meatza? Genius (I literally just thought of that, i’m good).
You don’t need to follow my ingredients list though, you can put any kind of toppings you want on it! I don’t have children, nor do I want them, BUT I bet this would be an awesome meal to make at home with the kids! They could make their own meatzas and put whatever toppings they wanted on top! And if you are a dairy eater, feel free to top this Meatza off with some raw cheeses (just don’t use the creepy fake stuff). I usually eat a bit of dairy, but cut it our this month for the Whole30. It would make it even better than it was!
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
- Pull out a large mixing bowl and add your beef, pork and eggs and mix well to combine.
- Now add in all your spices to your meat mixture: garlic and onion powder, oregano, parsley, and thyme and thoroughly mix the spices in with the meat.
- Now grab a 9 x 11 baking dish and throw your ball of meat into the dish and press down until meat is the same thickness throughout.
- Bake for 15 minutes.
- While the meat is baking, chop your veggies to get them all ready to plop on top of your meatza.
- Once the meat is done cooking, pull it out of the oven, top with the rest of the ingredients: marinara, veggies, and garlic.
- Put back in the oven for 10 minutes.
- Once the the veggies are cooked a bit, turn on your broiler and cook for about 5-7 minutes.
- Now eat! Careful, it's hot hot!! Great for leftovers!
Grocery List Helper:
- Grass Fed Beef: On sale at Sunflower Market for $3.99/lb
- Ground Pork: I found mine at King Soopers
- All veggies: Zucchini on sale at King Soopers, bought the rest there as well
- Spices: If you don’t have these in the spice cabinet already, either buy the Kroger brand at King Soopers OR just get the exact amount you need at Sunflower Market in their make-your-own-baggy spice area! I do this a lot for spices I know I won’t need much of…genius!