Fourth of July and Pizza!

Luke's first Fourth of July was spent on the farm.  We were lucky enough to have my parents come to celebrate along with my grandparents, sister, and nephew from Ottumwa.  We spent the day lounging around and eating...a lot.  We had brunch and dinner within four hours because my sister was driving my grandparents home that evening.  Although it was a quick trip, it was a special afternoon and I'm so happy I was able to spend some time with my super sweet Grandma and Grandpa.  

The brunch theme was pizza.  I made a breakfast pizza and fruit flag pizza for the holiday.  They are both easy recipes that can be made in a very, very short amount of time.  The breakfast pizza was, um, not so healthy, but the fruit pizza kind of made up for it...

Hope you had a happy Fourth!

Breakfast Pizza

1 Pillsbury pizza crust (or other pizza crust)
4 ounces cream cheese
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
8 strips of bacon, cooked
8 eggs, scrambled

1.  Place pizza crust on ungreased cookie sheet and bake at 400 degrees for 7 minutes.
2.  Scramble eggs and cook bacon.
3.  Spread cream cheese on crust.  Top with eggs, bacon, and cheese.
4.  Bake pizza at 400 degrees for 8 more minutes.

Fruit Pizza

1 roll of refrigerated sugar cookie dough
16 ounces vanilla greek yogurt
1/2 cup strawberries, sliced
1/2 cup blueberries

1.  Grease cookie sheet.  Spread sugar cookie dough on sheet.  Bake for 7-8 minutes (a few minutes less than what the package directs).
2.  Let dough cool.
3.  Spread yogurt on cookie dough.
4.  Use berries to make a flag.

rachael and little luke

grandpa insisted grandma sit on his lap, 'like they used to do' he said

my boys

landon got some tractor time in

landon picking some cherries

grandma, rach, and i

4 generations

great-grandpa hasley loving on little luke

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