Recipe

Pizza toast

Pizza Toast, my mom would called this mini-pizza. I’ve been around for a while and my mom made these when I was a kid and I’m in my 40s. #PizzaToast #ToasterPizza #Pizza #MiniPizza

Pizza toast

Growing up we’d make this all the time in the oven. I still make this a few times here and there.

Pizza Toast, my mom would called this mini-pizza. I’ve been around for a while and my mom made these when I was a kid and I’m in my 40s. #PizzaToast #ToasterPizza #Pizza #MiniPizza

I heard Air1 on The Morning Show say this is trending on TikTok.

You can use make these in a toaster oven, air fryer, or real oven. Do not use an upright toaster.

You’ll need a jar of pizza sauce, bread, mozzarella or other cheese, pepperoni and/or other toppings.

I would toast the bead some then put on the sauce, cheese and toppings. If you do it all at once the center tends to get soggy from the sauce.

These are good and yummy! Cheap too! You can add oregano or other Italian spices too.

Pre-Toast the bread

Add sauce, cheese and topping

Heat till melted

Enjoy

Pizza Toast

pizza on toasted bread
Course Dinner, Lunch, Snack

Equipment

  • Oven
  • Toaster Oven
  • Air Fryer

Ingredients
  

  • Bread sliced
  • Pizza sauce
  • Mozzarella (or other cheese) Shredded
  • pepperoni
  • other topping

Instructions
 

  • pre-toast bread
  • add pizza sauce
  • add oregano or Italian spices
  • add cheese
  • add toppings
  • heat till melted

Notes

Pizza Toast, my mom would called this mini-pizza. I’ve been around for a while and my mom made these when I was a kid and I’m in my 40s. #PizzaToast #ToasterPizza #Pizza #MiniPizza
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Keyword bread, Cheese, Cheesey Pepperoni Pizza Popcorn, French Toast, Pizza

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