Easy Mini Pizza

I have made these cute mini “pizzas” the other day for an easy and tasty dinner, without the fuss of making a real pizza dough. We had some round breads from the day before, they were the base for the “pizza”, mounted a couple of goodies on top of them, popped them in the oven and there you go: busy people’s late night pizza!

Ingredients:

round bread (can be from previous day too if it is not too dry!), halved – or any sliced bread should do as well
tomato sauce
ham
onion
olives
mozzarella
olive oil, salt

Preparation:
1. Mount the ingredients on the bread halves/slices. I started with a tbsp of tomato sauce per piece, then added the ham, onion slices, mozzarella pieces, olives and finally sprinkled them with some olive oil and salt.

2. Bake in the oven at 200°C/390°F until the cheese has melted and started to brown.

Enjoy!

UPDATE: If you like this one, why not try with anchovies and capers as well?

Comments
6 Responses to “Easy Mini Pizza”
  1. Oh! my kids are going to love these. Thanks for sharing🙂

  2. This could be just what I’m looking for for dinner tonight. All on my own & not feeling like a major meal. I’ve never thought to put olives with pizza before but a great idea. At first glance I thought they were chili peppers & I started a gag reflex but then … olives – yeah!

    • whilehewasout says:

      We will have the same tonight😉 but this time adding some fancy twist to it with anchovies and capers that we brought back home from Italy. Boun appetito Diane!

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