Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray and unroll and stretch a tube of Pillsbury Thin Pizza Dough (my favorite), bagged pizza dough or homemade.
Brush the dough with a good olive oil. Make a mixture of your favorite minced fresh or dried herbs and press into the pizza dough.
Garlic- sprinkle garlic power on the dough or minced fresh garlic pressed into the dough, don’t be shy. Par bake at 375 degrees for 5 minutes so the crust gets a skin on it. Take the dough out and up the temperature to 400 degrees.
Top the dough with cheese.
Use a combination of shredded mozzarella for that melty factor and a romano/parm mix for the saltiness. Use up the cheese you have at home with this pizza. One should melt well and the others have a sharp and/or salty flavor.
Add greens. Arugula or spinach are great choices. You can even add the spring green mix from your share. Then take thin slices (this is the key) of watermelon radish and top the pizza.
Bake in the oven for the remaining time per package directions or until the dough gets crispy. This will depend on the dough you use.