Are you guys hungry? Well it’s Food Fun Friday here at Mess For Less so I hope so! I am so pleased to be able to introduce you to Katy today. She has a great blog, Live Laugh Love Craft that gives me plenty of ideas and inspiration. I could go on, but why don’t I let Katy tell you more about herself. Take it away Katy!
Hello Mess For Less readers! My name is Katy, and I blog at Live Laugh Love Craft!
I blog about my life with my husband and our 2 gorgeous daughters, Abigail and Lauren. I blog about my latest and greatest craft projects.. About what I’m baking that day.. And I even blog when I have a craft/baking/Pinterest FAIL! I’d love for you to hop over to my blog and say “hi”!
Anyway! I am so excited to be doing a guest post for Vicky and her awesome blog! Thanks Vicky!
Let’s get to it, shall we? Today I am going to share a “recipe” with you all. Although, I feel silly even calling it that, because it is so, SO simple to make!
Easy mini pizzas!
Here is what you’ll need to make them:
ONE can of Pillsbury buttermilk biscuits (I just happened to have the Value Pack on hand, one can of pizza sauce, a bag of cheddar cheese and a baking sheet.
First things first.. Pull the little tab on the can of biscuits until it pops:
(And gives you a mild heart attack)
Next, flatten each biscuit out:
Then put them onto your baking sheet:
Add a spoon full of sauce to each biscuit..
(Note: More sauce than is pictured here. You want enough to cover)
Top with cheese.
This is the part where you would add any other pizza toppings that you want on your pizza..
We just stuck with plain ‘ol cheese this time.
Now, make sure your oven is set (to 350).
And throw those babies in there.
Leave the pizzas in the oven for 5-10 minutes. What you need to watch for is that the cheese is melted, as well as the dough being cooked all the way through. You don’t want overly gooey pizzas!
Now, start clapping and get excited that you made the pizza’s all by yourself!
So there you have it! Easy mini pizzas. They are SO yummy! And I love that it’s something that gets my girls in the kitchen with me. When they help make it, they are more likely to actually EAT it! 😉
Warning! You will probably end up with cheese all over your table..
And your helpers might taste test a little more than called for..
But the idea is to have fun and spend time with your kids..
Thank you so much for having me, Vicky! I’d do it again in a heartbeat!♥
I just love how simple this recipe is and Katy is so right, kids are much more likely to try something if they help to make it. BTW Katy, those biscuit cans give me a heart attack too! Thank you so much Katy for sharing your recipe and your cute girls! Be sure to stop by Live Laugh Love Craft and say hi to Katy. Here are some of my favorite posts on her blog: