The only thing that took a little forsight was the dough. If you have a bread maker it is easy to throw all the ingredients in and hit the dough cycle. You just have to remember to do that about 2 hours before you want to eat. Otherwise, there is always Boboli!
Once the dough is ready, you punch it down and kneed it. Cut the dough according to how many pizzas you are making and flatten them out. We then spread a little olive oil and punched them with a fork, so no big bubbles disrupt your toppings while it bakes. Let the dough sit for about 15 minutes before making the pizzas.
You'll end up with the most delicious, mild, roasted garlic flavor that can be spread on just about anything! You want the cloves to be soft, but not mushy. I checked them with a toothpick here and there.
We added a game to mix while we were eating. However, I lost big time, so it wasn't nearly as fun as last time I played when I won!!