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As conveniently simple as turning on your oven!

Foodee's Restaurant No time to wait? Wish your take-out pizza was fresh and hot - not limp and lukewarm - when you finally reach home? Planning pizza tonight but not sure when everyone will arrive? . . .

Then it’s time for a take ‘n’ bake; We prebake the crust of your choice and pile on your favorite fresh Foodee’s toppings – You do the baking, in your oven, when you’re ready to eat !
Any of our Ready-Baked Pizzas are available as a Take 'n' Bake . . . at no additional cost . . .
and there is no 9% meals Tax on our Take 'n' Bakes.

Learn to Cook with Mabel Byrd Foodee
If you're like me, you want your Foodee's Take 'N' Bake pizza to be hot, the crust evenly baked and crunchy, the vegetables tender-crisp and the cheese bubbly and golden - the way you get your pizza when you eat -in at Foodee's, at it's moment of perfection.

Here's how to do it.
The baking temperature and times I'm recommending will only give the desired result when you start with a Take 'N' Bake that's close to room temperature. Unless you brought your pizza home straight from Foodee's, it's a good idea to take you're Take 'N' Bake out of the refrigerator about a half hour before you're going to bake it.
1. Now start by pre-heating your oven
  • Gas ovens, I have found, should be set at 400°
  • Electric ovens should be pre-heated to 450°*
  • Convection ovens should be pre-heated to 370°
I NEVER recommend baking, or even re-heating a Take 'N' Bake in a microwave

Beware of oven thermostats. The actual temperature in your oven may be as much as 75 higher or lower than the temperature the dial is indicating! Get a good oven thermometer and before you know, you'll be using it every time you bake - like I do.

2. Unwrap the Pizza
Gently slide it off the cardboard disk onto a pizza screen. For a few more dollars you can get this special stainless steel screen at any Foodee's, and they are guaranteed to last you a life time. Cookie sheets and baking pans tend to lock-in the crust's moisture, steaming it rather than baking it - Don't use them.

3. Place the pizza on the middle rack of your oven
* If you're using an electric oven, turn the temperature down to 400. Always adjust the temperature after you close the oven door.

It's a good idea to check the pizza after 9-10 minutes.

Take 'N' Bake's on a thinner (10" - 16") New York Style crust will be done in 9-15 minutes. Take 'N' Bakes on the thicker Sourdough, Whole Wheat, 6-Grain, or Chicago Deep Dish crusts will take about 12-20 minutes, depending on the amount of toppings and the crispness you are looking for.

When your timer goes off, always check for doneness. Take a peek at the bottom edge of the crust. It should be medium to deep golden in color-If it's not, it may not be fully cooked. When the crust is done and the cheese is bubbling, your Take 'N' Bake is at it's moment of perfection... Time to celebrate.


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