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Snacks : Food > Pizza

Monster Pizza  added 1-9-00 Original Author Unknown

Toast an English muffin.  Spread on pizza or spaghetti sauce.  Add cheese. Cut several pieces of pepperoni into triangles.  Place 1/2  slice for eyes and nose.  Place them overlapping for smile.  Cut thin slices of black olives for the eyeball and thin slices of mushrooms for the ears.  Place long thin strips of green peppers around the top  to resemble hair.  


Pizza Pops  added 7-27-00 Original Author Unknown
  
Need: for 8 pizza pops: One 8oz. can of refrigerated crescent roll dough, 1 small jar of pizza sauce, shredded pizza cheese, such as mozzarella
  
Utensils & supplies: 8 Popsicle sticks or craft sticks, 1 baking sheet teaspoon, toaster oven or conventional oven
  
Directions: Remove the dough from the can & separate into triangles. Spoon one
teaspoon of sauce onto each dough triangle. Sprinkle w/cheese. Place a craft stick along the widest side of each piece of dough, & lightly roll the pizza around the stick. Make sure the dough is sealed & no sauce or cheese is showing! Bake the pizzas according to the directions on the crescent roll pkg. Let the pizza pops cool slightly before eating. If desired, dip the pizza pops in extra sauce. Enjoy these portable pizza pops!




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