Mini Party Pizza
Nicole Szonye Rhodes
Topping choices are limitless and a great way to use left over chicken or pasta sauce from a previous meal.
For make your own parties, pre-make the dough bases the night before and let everyone pick their toppings.
To use these as h'orderves simply slice in quarters with a pizza cutter.
Each can of biscuits will make 8-10 pizzas depending on the brand. The no brand style works the best.
For dinners plan on 4 per adult, 2 per small child, for parties usually 2 per person is sufficient if other items are also on the menu.
1 can(s)homestyle regular sized bake and serve biscuits
·tomato or pasta sauce
·italian style shredded cheese
·various cooked meats
·melted garlic butter
·non stick cooking spray
How to Make Mini Party Pizza
- Spray 2 11x14" baking sheets with non stick coking spray. Flour your rolling surface and pin. Pat flour on both sides if each biscuit and roll out until it's about 1/4" thick or less. Place 4-6 flattened biscuits on each tray.
- Brush each biscuit round with melted garlic butter across entire surface. Spread tomato sauce (or BBQ or white sauce) on surface of each biscuit round. Drop a small handful of cheese on each mini pizza.
- Add toppings as desired. Pizzas should fit 3-4 pepperoni pieces each (4 for quartered pies, 3 for snack size pies).
- Bake each tray for 10 minuets at recommended temperature on package or until edges of pizzas are golden brown.