Fun Dinnertime Idea: Snowman Pizza Recipe
We decided to do three different flavors: the bottom pizza was a Hawaiian flavored pizza, the middle was a cheese pizza with ranch dressing as the sauce, and the top layer was a regular cheese pizza with regular pizza sauce. I made the crust myself using the same crust as mentioned here but, you can use premade, frozen or a dough mix. Really, whatever you like. For the eyes, mouth, and buttons, I used olives and the nose is a carrot.
Snowman Pizza Recipe
- Make dough of choice (following instructions for preheating oven).
- Roll dough out into three circles varying in size.
- Prepare your cookie sheet with either a piece of parchment paper or cooking spray and sprinkle a bit of cornmeal on top (you can skip the cornmeal if you don’t have it on hand).
- Place the largest circle of dough at the bottom of your pan and top with your choice of toppings.
- Place the medium size circle on your pan and top with toppings of your choice. Make sure to overlap your bottom piece just a bit. Place your smallest size cirlcle on pan at the top. Again, overlap the medium circle just a bit.
- Apply the toppings after all of your layers are in place. Sprinkle one more layer of cheese over your entire pizza. Feel free to use olives as your buttons, eyes, and mouth. I used three olives for the buttons and five for the mouth. Also, you can wash a carrot and cut to size to use as the nose.
- Bake according to your dough instructions.
What is your favorite pizza topping?
Thumbnail image courtesy of Flickr.
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