I can’t tell you how much fun it is to explore different pizza recipes with my “A Year of Pizza” series on Delish Dish. The last two pizzas I shared were a bit more traditional and used a standard pizza crust. Today, I wanted to experiment with something a little different. So when I saw the recipe for Mini Margherita Pizzas, I knew they were next on my Pizza To-Do List.
As much as I love making things from scratch, sometimes my schedule simply doesn’t allow it. What I love about these mini pizzas is that they start off with a store-bought pre-baked crust. This is perfect for those days when time is tight or you’re a bit nervous about tackling dough.
The second reason I love this recipe is that it’s amazingly flexible. While the original recipe gives you a few ideas for making Margherita-style pizza, you can top these bite-sized goodies with whatever you like. You could even get creative with leftovers and no one would be the wiser.
For my mini pizzas, I used a variety of traditional toppings including pizza sauce, fresh mozzarella, shaved Parmesan, Roma tomatoes, fresh basil, tapenade, and the most adorable little pepperoni I’ve ever seen.
I mixed up the ingredients to make a variety of mini pizzas. However, if you’re making these for a group, you can stick to one or two varieties to keep things simple for your guests.
You can find the recipe and ingredient list for these mini pizzas here. Whether you’re serving them at a party or fixing them as a late-night snack for your friends, this is certainly a winning recipe. Enjoy!
Michael Wurm, Jr. – Inspired by Charm
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