Miniature Pizzas That Kids Love RecipeTagged in Vegetarian
I especially like to make this recipe using a muffin pan.
However, you can use a cookie pan or pizza pan instead. If
you use a muffin pan, these pizzas are like mini deep-dish
If your pan isn't non-stick, oil it lightly with olive oil.
Preheat oven to 400F degrees.
Roll out the pizza dough to about 1/4" thickness. If you are
using a muffin pan, find a biscuit cutter, cup, shot glass,
etc. that is slightly larger in diameter than the muffin
openings, and use it to cut the dough into circles. Pat each
dough circle into a section of the muffin pan so that some of
the dough begins to creep up the side of the muffin opening.
If you are not using a muffin pan, then use a biscuit cutter
(or whatever kind of make-shift cutter you have on hand) to
cut the dough, and place the dough circles on your pan,
remembering to leave a little space between them because they
increase in volume slightly during cooking.
Next, cover each mini pizza with sauce, whatever toppings you
like, and cheese substitute. Then sprinkle a little oregano
Put mini pizzas into the oven, and cook until cheese is
melted and beginning to brown. Remove from oven, and slip
pizzas out of cooking pan and onto a plate or serving tray.
Enjoy! My children love to eat these pizzas during jogger
stroller walks, and they (the pizzas, not the children) make
great hors d'oevres, too!
- pizza dough (homemade or store-bought)
- vegan pizza sauce or pasta sauce (or whatever kind of sauce you like on your pizza)
- mozzarella style cheese substitute
- desired toppings
- finely chopped or grated
- olive oil (to grease pan
- if necessary)
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