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Monster Pizzas

Monster Pizzas

October 29, 2012 Sarah Coggins
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Looking for a fun Halloween inspired food idea for our playgroup when my son and I hosted earlier in the month, I came across a recipe for Monster Pizzas. We changed it up a bit, but kept the same general concept. The boys all loved creating their own special pizzas.

Homemade Monster Pizzas for Halloween


  • English Muffins
  • Pizza sauce
  • Mozzarella cheese
  • Mini pepperoni
  • Red, green & yellow peppers in various sizes

Making Monster Pizzas

I gave each toddler half an English muffin and added the sauce for those that wanted it. Then let them top with cheese.

Monster Pizza Party: Pizza Making

Next I brought over a divided plate of peppers and mini pepperoni to top their pizzas and create the faces. I got mixed reactions. To be expected from toddlers. 🙂

Monster Pizza Party: Toppings

My son loves his veggies – especially peppers. He made a face but kept eating the green pepper nose before I could snap a photo. Red pepper hair (or eyebrows?), mini pepperoni eyes and yellow pepper mouth:

Little Monster Pizza

Then ate off all the veggies before I could nab the pizzas and put them on a baking tray to warm in the oven. Thus his is the “ate all my veggies” pizza.

Monster Pizza Party: Baked

The lunch was a hit. I think almost every bite of pizza was eaten plus a good amount of fresh fruit (bananas, apples & strawberries). Of course, the promise of mini pumpkin cupcakes for dessert might have helped …

Pumpkin Cupcakes with Candy Corn toppers

1 Comment

  • Staci October 29, 2012 at 11:09 am
    So cute! The cupcakes look delish. English muffin pizzas were always a hit when I made them with the preschool classes.
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