Granny's Kitchen

Learn how to cook- try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, and above all have fun

Mini Pizzas…Top That! September 7, 2017

 

Perfect for freezing, so why not make a few dozen at a time. Perfect snack for when the kiddies come home from school or for us as a quick lunch. Also the kiddies might like to add their own toppings. These are so simple & only need a few ingredients.

 

Ingredients

 

English Muffins

Pizza sauce or Tomato Puree or BBQ sauce

Grated Mozzarella

Assortment of cooked meats (I used cooked ham but you could also use cooked sausage or pepperoni)

Assortment of vegetables (I used mixed red/green/yellow peppers & diced onion but feel free to add any veggies you & your kiddies like)

Chilli flakes (optional)

 

Method

 

Line a few baking sheets with parchment paper. Slice open the muffins and line them up on the baking sheets with cut sides facing up.

Spread about 1 Tbsp pizza sauce over the surface of each muffin, then add about 1 Tbsp grated mozzarella.

Chop the vegetables & meats into very small pieces, then divide them evenly among the pizzas then add another Tbsp mozzarella.  Press down lightly on top of each pizza to help compact the toppings and keep them in place as they freeze. Freeze for about 8 hours, or until the pizzas are solid.

Once the pizzas are frozen solid, carefully transfer them to freezer bags for long-term storage. For the best results, the pizzas should be cooked and eaten within 3 months (not a problem in my house 🙂 )

To bake the pizzas, take out the number you wish to bake, place them on a baking sheet, and let them partially thaw as you preheat the oven to 200C/gas 6 (about 7 minutes). Once the oven is fully preheated, bake the pizzas for about 15- 17 minutes, or until the edges are golden brown and the cheese is melted. Baking time will vary depending on your oven and the amount of toppings on the pizzas.

 

 

 

 

Advertisements
 

 
Year 2: Kingfishers & Swifts 2017-18

Visit our class blogs regularly to engage with the journey of your child in Year 2.

mummy mishaps

clumsily raising my boys and baking cakes

Owls & Larks' Y1 Blog - 2016-17

At Coopers Edge School all of our class blogs are open to share with the world!

Hatchlings' Class Blog 2016-17

At Coopers Edge School all of our class blogs are open to share with the world!

Cakes, bakes & cookies

Having fun baking and decorating cakes

Cwmbran Life

Cwmbran and nothing but Cwmbran

andcute

Design and Food Tasty and Cute

Blue Sky Daze

An Irish Lifestyle Blog

My Favourite Pastime

Food, Travel and Eating Out

Omnomicon

Learn how to cook- try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, and above all have fun

A Lot On Your Plate

A budget friendly blog (now an official website) that gives creative & practical tips, recipes, and more, to help inspire, organize, & simplify your life!

365 Days of Bacon

Every day. Bacon-fied.

Gluten Free Gus

Baking Joy Into Every Gluten-free Bite

midihideaways

the inside view on life and holidays in Languedoc, southern France

industrial home decor ideas

Learn how to cook- try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, and above all have fun

Bunn & Bird

Vegi Food on a Student Budget

calculatedmess

The place where I share all the crazy, amazing, interesting and informative facts I find online and offline.