Cookie Pizza Recipe: Make Canned Cookie Pizzas!

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If there is something that my family loves is PIZZA! If I tell the kids we'll have pizza for dinner, the kids will scream for joy. However, I hate having the same pizza over and over again, so this easy recipe really brightens up pizza night. biscuit pizzas - sauare

Our kids love cookie pizzas! This cookie pizza recipe is a winner, because kids can make it with you. They love it and there is hardly any work to do. biscuit pizzas - flatten

First, flatten your canned cookies on a baking sheet. If you like, I highly recommend using these baking mats, but I took these photos before buying. Now I use the trays all the time and I love them. 🙂 cookie pizzas - add sauce

Top with Pizza Sauce: I use our homemade pizza sauce recipe because I can make it in minutes for a fraction of the store-bought cost.

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Add your favorite ingredients. Our family loves pepperoni and cheese, but you can also add any other favorite ingredients. Be sure to also read our post on how we freeze cheese to save us money.

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In the end, you end up with a delicious cheesy pizza. The best part is that these amazing flavors are left over. We often make extras so children can grab some at their lunches. They love them.

This Biscuit Pizza recipe is frugal!

We have cookies for sale a few weeks ago, so you can really make this cheap. Even if you can't find them on sale, you can find all 4 packages (you just need the cheap cookies) for around $ 2.

Biscuit Pizzas

Try this easy cookie pizza recipe on your next pizza night. We are cheap using canned cookies for our pizza dough!

Course: appetizer, main course

Italian cuisine

Keyword: cookie pizzas

Servings: 10

Calories: 133 kcal

Author: Eat a penny

Ingredients

  • 7.5 oz cookie tin
  • Pizza sauce
  • Mozzarella cheese (Cheddar cheese (grated))
  • Pepperonis or any other ingredient you want

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Flatten each cookie on a cookie sheet.

  2. Spread a tablespoon of pizza sauce on each cookie.

  3. Top with cheese and pizza.

  4. Cook for 9 to 12 minutes, until cookies begin to brown. Let cool for a few minutes before eating!

Recipe Notes

This easy recipe really brightens up pizza night.

easy dinner idea - cookie pizzas

Freezer Friendly? Yes! These freeze great. After cooking, let them cool, and then freeze them in a cookie. Once frozen, place it in a freezer bag. Simply microwave to serve later. These are great to pack at your children's lunches. You can easily make extras when preparing some for dinner. Your kids will love you when they have this fun lunch in their lunchbox!

Frugal friendly? This is definitely a bit more budget friendly than frozen pizza or ordering. :)

Also, the fact that you can freeze them makes them even better.

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