What kid doesn't like pizza? And these English muffin pizza treats are a great alternative to the real thing.
They are quick and easy and perfect for a kid's party.
If you haven't got the time or know-how on how to make pizza dough, then this is the perfect recipe for you. It's quick, it's easy and you can add whatever toppings you like.
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Alternately, you could let the kids make them by using the toaster to toast the muffins. They can add whatever toppings they want and then microwave them to melt the cheese.
And you don't necessarily need to use English muffins. Try using different types of dough for the base, like bagels, tortilla, pitas, whatever you think the kids will like or whatever you have around the house.
For an extra treat at the party, put them on skewers or if you don't want the kids having the point on the end, you could use popsicle sticks. That way the kids can grab them and go back to having fun while they are eating.
The kids will love making these mini pizzas. It's the perfect size for them to eat.
I have found it so hard to find just one cook book dedicated to kid's party food. Most have lots of extra bits about planning and decorating that I don't necessarily want.
So I have done a bit of searching and come up with the 3 that I consider the best in terms of kid's party food ideas.
If you have a great recipe for kids cookies or cakes, then come on down and share it!
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