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Mon, Aug 07 2017 post by The Mamas Girls From themamasgirls

Cold Lunch Mini Pizzas

With back-to-school just around the corner, these mini pizzas are a great new addition to your "cold lunch ideas" collection. The crusts can be re-frozen if desired and ready to eat by ...

With back-to-school just around the corner, these mini pizzas are a great new addition to your "cold lunch ideas" collection. They taste ten times more fresh than the ones in the prepacked box lunches from the store and they are super easy to make. The crusts can be re-frozen if desired for easy morning lunch packing. They will be thawed and ready to eat by lunchtime for the kids. All you will need is a few small containers to pack the sauce and toppings in.

If your kids are like mine, half of the fun in eating these is being able to make the pizzas themselves, so remember to throw in something to spread the sauce with. 

Cold Lunch Mini Pizzas

Cold Lunch Mini Pizza Crusts

Directions: (1 batch = 6 crusts)

Thaw 6 or more Rhodes frozen Texas Roll Dough

Cold Lunch Mini Pizzas

Once they are completely thawed, set the oven temperature to 400 degrees and sprinkle some flour on a clean flat surface.

Roll the dough out into 5 inch rounds. 

Run a pizza crust docker over them to ensure that they don't bubble up into mini pita pockets while baking.

Cold Lunch Mini Pizzas

Place on a large greased sheet pan. {I used olive oil.}

Cold Lunch Mini Pizzas

Bake for about 14 minutes or until they start to turn golden brown.

Let the crusts cool completely before packaging them in an air tight container to avoid moisture buildup. 

Cold Lunch Mini Pizzas

Store in the fridge or freezer depending on how quickly you will be going through them. If more than two days, I would suggest putting them in the freezer.

Cold Lunch Mini Pizzas

Cold Lunch Mini Pizzas

To make mini pizzas, simply add sauce, shredded mozzarella cheese and toppings. Our family likes to buy the mini pepperonis that are commonly used for salads. They can be found near the refrigerated pepperoni options in your local grocery store. You can add a squeeze drink and a treat if you want to copy the store bought version or add your own healthy options.

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Cold Lunch Mini Pizza Crusts

Servings: 6 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 15 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 12-15 min

Cold Lunch Mini Pizza Crusts
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Ingredients

Rhodes Texas or Dinner Rolls
sauce
shredded mozzarella cheese
pizza toppings

Instructions

Directions: (1 batch = 6 crusts)
Thaw 6 or more Rhodes frozen Texas Roll Dough

Once they are completely thawed, set the oven temperature to 400 degrees and sprinkle some flour on a clean flat surface.
Roll the dough out into 5 inch rounds. 
Run a pizza crust docker over them to ensure that they don't bubble up into mini pita pockets while baking.

Place on a large greased sheet pan. {I used olive oil.}

Bake for about 14 minutes or until they start to turn golden brown.
Let the crusts cool completely before packaging them in an air tight container to avoid moisture buildup. 

Store in the fridge or freezer depending on how quickly you will be going through them. If more than two days, I would suggest putting them in the freezer.

Cold Lunch Mini Pizzas
To make mini pizzas, simply add sauce, shredded mozzarella cheese and toppings. Our family likes to buy the mini pepperonis that are commonly used for salads. They can be found near the refrigerated pepperoni options in your local grocery store. You can add a squeeze drink and a treat if you want to copy the store bought version or add your own healthy options.

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