Mini pizzas make great snacks or light lunches and great finger food at parties. Check out our recipe selection below for great ideas and variations.
Make gluten-free mini-pizzas with cloud bread! The new trend in gluten-free baking! These mini pizzas have a light and soft bottom, and taste as good as real pizza! Toppings are as desired, I used tomato and cheese.
Quick, easy and fun for kids to make. My William (8) loves to make these - solo. My only job is to put them in and out of the oven. The meatballs make this a hearty meal that the kids love.
Goat cheese and cooked capsicums are the topping for these tasty pita-pizzas. Serve as a light lunch, or cut each pizza into small wedges and serve them as party nibbles.
These mini pizzas are my take on a 'meatlovers' pizza. Loaded with ham, chorizo sausage and vegies they are great for an easy Friday night dinner instead of buying takeaway.
Bagels are a quick, easy and different base for your next pizza. Add the toppings that you want then chuck under the grill. Great for a quick lunch!
English muffins form the base of these quick snack or light lunch mini-pizzas, but you could also use bagels.
These easy mini French bread pizzas with olive slices for eyes and string cheese for wrapping are perfect for your trick or treaters before they head out the door!
Little mini pizzas made from bake at home bread rolls, topped with bacon, pineapple, tomato and mozzarella cheese make a great after school snack or weekend lunch.
In Italy, pizzas are usually quite small and simply dressed, one per person. Here's a classic mix of flavours with a bit of a kick from chilli flakes.