Lynda England Recipe

Cheesie Mini Pizza's

By Lynda England lucylynn47


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Serves:
6
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Cooking Method:
Stove Top

Lynda's Story

These were a favorite of my teenagers and even as adults they ask me to make them during the holidays...

Blue Ribbon Recipe

Notes from the Test Kitchen:
The name of this game? EASY! What a terrific way to whip up a tasty snack with ingredients you already have on hand. As far as I'm concerned, "flavor" beats out "fancy" any day of the week. Kick up your feet and enjoy these easy, pint-size treats!

Ingredients

1 box
velveeta cheese. i use the large brick
1 pkg
spicey jimmy dean breakfast sausage
1 lb
lean hamberger
1 tsp
ground oregano
1 tsp
garlic salt to taste
1/2 tsp
ground pepper
3 pkg
party bread ( any flavor)

Directions Step-By-Step

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Brown hamberger and sausage until crumbly. Add spices to taste and then drain off fat. add cubbed velveeta and stir until melted. You may use all or part of the brick but I usually use 1/2 and shredd the rest for topping later.I then toast party bread slices in the oven. Spread mixture on party bread and top with olives, veggies or anything you'd eat on a pizza including more shredded cheese and enjoy. These can also be put on a cookie sheet and frozen then stacked in a bread bag for warming up later when needed. They warm up great in the microwave.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Beef
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: For Kids


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50 Comments

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gayle darby leadchik
Mar 25, 2014
I don't know what party bread is?
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Liz Ruggiero micia64
Sep 3, 2013
They look good. It should be spelled cheesy, not cheesie and pizzas, not pizza's, though.
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Lynda England lucylynn47
May 26, 2013
Everyone has a different name for them. There are so many variations of them. My newest twist is to mix ranch dressing with garlic and use it for the sauce, with peperoni rounds and Monterey jack cheese.....they are the bomb...............we love these
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Cindy Schiller Cook4Therapy
Dec 1, 2012
I have made these for years. I use the party bread topped with the meat mixture topped with a spoonful of pizza sauce and then sprinkled with parmesan cheese. The recipe make a large quantity. Freeze on cookie sheets and then put in ziploc bags. So easy for a quick snack or quick dinner when served with a nice salad. Also great gifts for neighbors.
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Patricia Smith BBWrmHeart
Oct 17, 2012
These are called Hanky Pankys and they are DELICIOUS just the way they are in the recipe! They're great appetizers for any party! Try them...you'll love them! I promise! :-)