What is it about Halloween that is just so fun? Maybe we all like to be a little creeped out once in a while. I know I am the queen of listening to mystery podcasts, so I definitely fall into that boat. It might also be that sense of nostalgia from our childhood of dressing up and eating as much sugar as we wanted for one night. I seem to continue doing that into my adulthood too…
No matter what the case is, I will celebrate any holiday that comes my way! With Halloween sneaking up in the next couple of weeks, these cute little mummy pizza’s are the easiest way to get into the spooky spirit. There is nothing people like at a party more than food, and I have had a hard time finding people who don’t like pizza, so these are the perfect Halloween party showstopper.
I started by using these Boboli mini pizza crusts that came in my Degustabox this month. (Try out Degustabox for half off this month using my code: WTQER.) Top your pizza’s with your favorite sauce and toppings, and then cover the top with strands of string cheese to look like mummy wrappings! Make eyes out of pepperonis, olives, or whatever round topping you like. TOO FREAKING CUTE.
Make them for a party, let your kids make their own on Halloween night, or just bake yourself a pizza and queue Stranger Things up on Netflix. I just started watching and it is SO GOOD. Also scary, no one let me know that before watching, but I’m making it through so far…
Thank you to Degustabox for sponsoring the blog post. All recipes and opinions about the products and Degustabox are my own.
Boboli Mini Pizza Crust
1 Tbs. Olive Oil
1/4 cup Tomato Sauce
Oregano, Basil, and Parsley
Salt and Pepper
3-4 Mozzerella String Cheese Sticks
Other toppings such as tomatoes, olives, cooked mushrooms, spinach, pepperoni, etc.
1. Start by preheating your oven to 450 deg F. Place your pizza crust on a baking sheet and brush with olive oil.
2. Pour tomato sauce on to your crust and spread to the edges. Sprinkle your spices generously all over your crust. (You may also just use premade sauce.)
3. Place all of the toppings you would like down on the sauce. Then start to cover with large strips of string cheese. The cheese should overlap but generally all be mostly in the same direction. Place some round toppings as eyes somewhere on the pizza. I used tomatoes on one and olives on the other.
4. Place the pizza in the oven and bake for 10 minutes.