OK. So I'm not exactly a Cook with Prowess... but when I come across something that works for me, I like to share.
I found this recipe in a magazine and then adjusted it as needed to make it work for my family.
Do-It-Yourself Crispy Tortilla Pizzas
6 to 8 inch flour tortillas (1 per person)
Jar spaghetti sauce (store brand works fine, but whatever you like. Save what's left of the jar for a casserole or simple pasta night later in the week)
Shredded cheese (I like to have the mexican mix or colby/jack as well as mozzarella and parmesan)
Meats of choice (sliced pepperoni, any sausage your family likes, bacon bits, small-cut pieces of ham or any leftover meat from the fridge: chicken, turkey, roast beef, pork roast, etc)
Veggies (again, whatever the fam likes: sliced olives, mushrooms, onion, peppers, -- I buy a tiny jar of artichoke hearts and save the leftovers for next time -- I've got one kid who likes shredded carrots on everything, pineapple chunks if you like)
Lightly coat each tortilla on both sides with nonstick spray and lay out on cookie sheets. For smaller kids, go ahead and spoon on the appropriate amount of sauce, but otherwise let everybody "decorate" their pizza with desired toppings. Back on middle oven rack for 4 minutes at 500 degrees (yes, 500), then move to lower rack for 3 minutes or until edges of tortillas are golden and crispy.
Pull 'em out of the oven and slice into quarters with a pizza cutter - serve up to the happy campers.
Much more satisfying than an Almond Joy... :)