Thursday, April 26, 2012

Cupcake Mold Pizzas

My post for this week is one of the first recipes I pinned. However, the picture I pinned, and all the other ones I found were not linked to an actual recipe.  This is what I did as a starting point for the recipe and it almost worked out perfectly.


What You Need:
Pillsbury Refrigerated Pizza Dough
Pizza Sauce
Shredded Cheese
Pepperoni
Cupcake Tin (I used a muffin tin so the pizzas were bigger)


Directions:
Preheat oven to 425 degrees (as the package directed) and grease the cupcake pan.
I separated the dough into 4 equal parts; there wasn't enough to do more but maybe you could get 6 in cupcake pan. Push the dough into the molds; try to make the dough cover the sides.




Cover dough with pizza sauce, cheese and pepperoni.



Bake for 10-15 minutes.  Since mine were in larger molds they didn't cook through all the way, but other than that they were amazing!







147 comments:

  1. This looks like something fun to try with the kids. Adding Pizza Dough to the grocery list.

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  2. Those look yummy! Thats an awesome way for everyone to put their own toppings! Great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. I would try cooking the dough about 10 minutes without topping and then adding topping and cook the remaining time. That is how you cook crust when making a pie. Just a suggestion.

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    1. I recieved many comments with the same suggestion. I will definitely try that next time.

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    2. Probably a good idea! I made these tonight and they were tasty but a little dry?

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    3. That's a really good idea! I'm going to try making these with my son this week. The tip will help. Thanks!

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  4. Do you need to oil the pan in any way beforehand?

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    1. I sprayed some Pam Cooking spray in the pan first.

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    2. I got a thing from Farberware at Walmart that you an put olive oil in and use it for a spray - not additives or alcohol or anything. I'd use that as a spray

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  5. I'm going to try this. But I think I will substitute the refrigerated pizza dough with thawed frozen bread dough.

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  6. Great idea!!! I've got to try this in my mini-muffin pan for little bitty hands!! Love your blog!

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    1. Please let us know how that works out -- how long to cook, etc. I would like to do the bite size. Love the 'two bite' recipes on pinterest.

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    2. I sell pampered chef and one of my recipes I make in my mini muffin pan is the Pizza Bites. The kids love them.

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  7. I havent eaten yet today, I am going to the store right now and getting this. I LOVE pizza and this is the perfect size when Im craving cheese saucy bread !

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  8. Something you could try is cook them in the oven first for a couple of minutes then take out and then put the sauce n etc. just like a pizza. cook the crust mostly first. then add ingredients. this will solve the rawish middle. Thanks for the post..way cute idea.

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    1. I wish I thought of that before. I have recieved many similar comments so I'll have to try that next time.

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  9. maybe try cooking for 20 minutes instead of 15 then they will be done all the way thru.

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  10. my husband has his mother's Yorkshire pudding pans, which, over here look like muffin top pans. They would work well, too

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    1. I would love to try this with a muffin top pan! It sounds like it would be great.

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    2. Now that's a great idea! I have a muffin top pan and have NEVER used it because I am not much of a baker(got it as a gift) but this would be a delicious way to break it in! This would make the pizzas even more like Bagel Bites.
      Thanks for the tip!

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  11. I learned how to make these in home-ec class...we used biscuits Grands, cut them in have (so you had two equal "patties"...use one for the bottom, fill with toppings, and cover with the other biscuit half. so amazing.

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  12. I made these using a Mini-muffin Tin...it makes an awesome appetizer that way!! Just found your blog off of Pinterest ;)

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    1. This sounds like a great idea for a party!

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    2. how many did this make use the mini muffin tin and how long did you bake them for.

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    3. How many did it make using a mini muffin tin and how long did you bake them for? Did you wait to put the sauce and cheese on or did you put it all together at once.

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  13. What a great idea for a blog and for a pizza :) I must try this - I love the idea of individual pizzas and putting each person's favorite toppings.

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  15. i bet if u use crescent rolls (they get ubber crisp!) u can get a good 8 out of them since they are pre portioned???

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  16. Made these last week. Delicious!

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  17. I've got to try this! What a great easy lunch idea. BTW Love the name of your blog! :)

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  18. I want to eat these... You said that they weren't cooked all the way through; maybe cooking them for longer would help?

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  19. Your picture drew me to read more. I'm so glad you put step by step directions cause I suck at cooking w/o them. And I much appreciated the facts you gave with what works an what didn't.
    Can't wait to try these at home.
    Thank you

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  20. My mom used to make these with frozen Texas-size roll dough--thawed first, of course. Yum!

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  21. You could always bake the dough half way in the muffin pan before adding ur toppings...just like the pizza place does with a Sicilian pie

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  22. Looks Yummy! Will try regular size cupcake pans and just buy more pizza dough. Maybe for the large ones lower heat to 375* and bake for 20 min to avoid burning? Thanks for the recipe!

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  23. Couldn't you use refrigerated biscuits instead of pizza dough? I think I would melt some butter on the stove (with a little garlic and parsley), get a biscuit and stuff it in the muffin tin, brush the butter concoction on it, then on top of that, spread pizza sauce followed by cheese and your fave toppings. Then cook for as long as the biscuit directions say to. Presto.

    Disclaimer: I am NOT a cook. Nor do I play one on tv.

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    1. you sound like i do when i read recipes online i always have to add my own little twist lol

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  24. I am so going to try this! They look soooo good.

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  25. What a great idea! Can't wait to try this! I will use homemade dough though ......

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  26. Maybe this was the site you found originally? http://kirbiecravings.com/2012/04/pizza-cupcakes.html
    Also, where did you get the little bitty pepperonis??

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    1. You can get those at Walmart. They come in a package filled with individual packages of them. So cute!

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    2. I have also seen them at Giant, with the other pepperoni's

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  27. I've tried something similar to this using bisquick biscuit recipe. They are super cheap that way but taste like a biscuit with pizza toppings LOL! I've been thinking of something else to do since then. I'll give this a shot and see if the 4 kids/testing panel give it a keeper stamp : )

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  28. Great idea! I agree with the bake the dough first, you could do a great dessert version too with the nutella cupcake pizza grease your pan bake your dough brush with butter bake until just browned take them out spread on nutella sprinkle with butterscotch, white and semi sweet chips and a dash of sea salt and they will be DIVINE

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    1. Now you're talking... Not that the pizza ideas aren't great. I'm just a sweet addict :) Loooove my desserts.

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  29. This looks great! I tried a similar recipe and made chicken pot pie. I can't wait to try this one!

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    1. how do you make the pot pie's that sounds good

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    2. The muffin tin chicken pot pies are on pinterest using Bisquik. Just do a search for them.

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  30. We make these with refrigerator biscuits-and call them Pizza Cups.

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  31. I made these yesterday and they were delish! Thanks for posting!

    Cara
    miscellaneousme.wordpress.com

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  32. Has anyone tried homemade dough?

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  33. My kids and I made these today. Delicious! We will be making them again!

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  34. I made these tonight with Safeway's herbed pizza dough and additional toppings and they were fabulous! Thanks for the great idea!!!

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  35. I make something similar to these, but I use flour tortillas cut into smaller circles. This is the website I used to make mini pizzas for my 8 year old:
    http://dashingdish.com/recipe/mini-deep-dish-pizzas/

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  36. Your blog is amazing! I love it! I tried to find the follow button but I couldn't so I subscribed via email. You are awesome! Thanks for blogging.

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  37. Oh, those look so good! Pizza cupcakes, the best combination!

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  38. I just made these! So yummy! I also added a little grated carrot, spinach and mushroom into the fixin's- trying to sneak veggies in for the toddlers! Thank you so much!

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  39. So , if I have one package of pizza dough , how many will it make ?

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  40. Can't wait to try these. Another way I've tried when making a frozen pizza or even making biscuits is to put the pan in the oven while it's preheating, so that it's warm already. Granted, be extra careful when putting your dough into it, but it works for me.

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  41. You could use a muffin TOP pan (I have one that's a big muffin top... about 4" in diameter. That would work.

    When I was a kid we thought it was a huge treat to make English muffin pizzas. We didn't know at the time that our parents were scraping together what they could to feed us. We just thought it was a party when we had them. We were encouraged to make our own. SO much fun! With kids 3-4 years old and up, this might be fun with the muffin tin pizzas.

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  42. I made these about 2 weeks ago and my family and I loved them!!! I am making more now!!

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  43. I just made some like these last night. I used Grands Flaky Layers Biscuits and sprayed a 12-cup muffin pan. I pulled each biscuit in half and put half in the bottom of each cup then dolloped pizza sauce, pepperoni & mozzarella cheese. Then topped with the other half of the muffin formed into a circle. I sprinkled the tops of all w/mozzarella. Baked at 350 for about 15ish minutes or til the tops were golden. They baked all the way through and were just delicious. Just make sure to be generous w/sauce, pepp & cheese.

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    1. this sounds great im going to try these today

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  44. you could use biscuits in stead of pizza crust.

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  45. I just made these for my husband and 2 year old. Super easy and we all enjoyed them!! Definitely going to do again

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  46. Bf and I tried this tonight, yum! And I'm not a huge fan of homemade pizza, or pizza in general go be honest. But these were great!

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  47. I use my breadmaker to make a beer pizza dough. I have never bought pre-made dough. Making them right now! Can't wait :)

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  48. Made them tonight! Awesome... used refrigerated flakey biscuits and worked perfectly.

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  49. these were sooo yummy! We made them tonight and will be doing it again!

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  50. Here's my input. Tried them tonight. I did the initial pizza crust dough in the muffin tins on 425 for 12 minutes. They got so big and puffy that the overtook the whole tin and there was no room for toppings. I pitched them and started over. Luckily I had a second sleeve of dough. This was Pilsbury thin crust pizza dough. I used a rolling pin to roll it out even thinner, but dialed back the time to about 6 minutes on 425. They came out perfect. My girls added Contadina pizza sauce and cheese and mini peps on top. I added sauce to mine, then a quick dusting of oregano and red pepper flakes. I also diced some green peppers that were left over from a salad and put them on mine. Then back in the over for 9 minutes. Came out PERFECT. They were delish. Thanks for the recipe!

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  51. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I made these today and used a muffin tin w/ the Pilsbury pizza dough and got a dozen of them made. My son and his friend liked them so I will definitely make them again. lol My son's friend said out of all his friends moms that cook I am the best. Lisa

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  52. made some with homemade dough tonight. they were awesome and the kids LOVED them. didnt pre-cook the dough before putting toppings so there was a little spill over onto the muffin tins, but not enough to stress me out. next time I will put a little less dough in each tin. I think I will make a bunch of these up and freeze them for quick and easy after school snacks.

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  53. can you use normal dough instad off piza dough??

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  54. Trader Joes also sells a pizza dough for any of you other "all natural" moms like me!

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    1. How about using wheat dough for a healthier version???

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  55. I just made these, delicious, I used pizza dough, had enough for 12-cupcake cup size type pan. Two teen boys ate 5 each. I cooked the dough first, then added the toppings

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  56. I think I will make these for my niece and nephews this weekend. Any suggestions for sides to make this a dinner?

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  57. Thank you for this recipe.....I am trying them right now....I am using 1 can of the Pillsbury thin crust pizza crust....when I rolled it out and cut into small sections, I had just enough to make 12. I am baking them a little bit first before adding sauce and toppings. I will let you know how they turn out. :)

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  58. Just made these...Awesome! I used the refrigerated pizza dough and used the whole can for 10 muffins, although I think I could have used half the can since they really puffed up. So easy and fast to prepare! I will definitely make these again. Thanks for sharing!

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  59. Hmmmm, thinking of a way to make it whole grain. I have bought refrigerated whole wheat pizza dough before but can't always find it... Or maybe working a little wheat germ into the white stuff?

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    1. If you have a Trader Joes nearby they sell whole wheat refrigerated dough, very yummy.

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  60. Are they good cold? Trying to figure out how to pack them in my child's lunch box. I could put them in a thermos and put the thermos in the lunch box, but what about the other cold stuff that needs an ice pack??? Do I put a thermos AND and Ice pack??? Help!! I am just hoping they taste good in a lunchbox with an ice pack :/

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    1. They probaly will,Just make sure to cool them first after you cook them ,And put them in a ziplock bag:)

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  61. What a cute idea! I bet the kids love these. They would be great for packing in a lunchbox.

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  62. How wonderful these look! I am going to make batches for School parties. Thanks for sharing!! :)

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  63. I made these tonight and they came out great!! Thanks for the idea!

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  64. This is a great recipe! I made a little variation of my own...I used my special recipe of BBQ Chicken which I put on top of the pizza sauce and then sprinkled the cheese on top. We'll see how it tastes! It's cookin' in the oven right now :)

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  65. Do you think these would freeze well so I could make them ahead of time and thaw out the night before when I make school lunches?

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  66. Have you tried to do any mexican variations?

    Maybe use the soft rounds and put seasoned (cooked) meat with salsa or diced tomatoes and put the mexican blend cheese on top.

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  67. Clever idea! I'm starting to try recipes that I've pinned--love the idea of your blog.

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  68. The first time I made these was on the night before our vacation. It was a great easy supper we could eat while we were doing all that last minute packing. They were a HUGE hit. I carried the leftovers in a cooler in the car the next day. They made a great snack for the children to eat while we traveled. They have become a family favorite.

    My teenage daughter and a friend are in the kitchen making some right now...while I play on pinterest. :-)

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  69. OH MY HECK, I WANT THEM *RIGHT NOW* !!!!!!
    Thanks for sharing!!!

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  70. Wonderful!!! I made these tonight and they came out great. I got Pillsbury pizza dough, cut the dough in squares and packed them into the cup cake tins (made about 15 with 1 package of dough). I pre-baked the dough at 425 degrees for 6 minutes, added the toppings/cheese/sauce and baked again for about 8 mins. Am making these for my son's 2nd bday party on Saturday for 45 people as an appetizer. Thank you for the recipe!

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  71. I loved this idea. I decided to bake my crust for 7 minutes and removed it from the oven. I then topped it with the sauce and toppings. The crust turned out cooked. My husband reheated his 2 hours later and fell in love with them. My brother is a truck driver and loved that he could make these, store them and reheat...Thank you for the idea..

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  72. Made these today and they were delicious. I followed other suggestions and baked the crusts for 8 minutes before adding the filling. I also brushed the crusts with melted butter and garlic powder.

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  73. Tried it with Pillsbury Wholewheat Biscuits, they are amazing! Great recipe!

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  74. I made these last weekend and they were delicious! I couldn't find pillsbury pizza dough so I used pillsbury crescents. I used 3 cans and got 24 mini pizzas. We baked them for a few minutes before stuffing them however the sides caved in a bit since they weren't stuffed. Then we filled with sauce, cheese, veggies, and pepperettes thinly sliced. Super tasty! Thanks for the recipe!

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  75. Can't wait to test these on my husband and grandsons!! Thanks for the receipe and all the hints from others!

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  76. Just a thought...how about the refrigerated rolls that are in layers and separate them. Maybe it would make it like a thin crust pizza.

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  77. I made some using biscuits instead of pizza dough the kids had a blast making them

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  78. I'm literally eating these right now and they are amazing!!!!! Thank you!

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  79. this looks interesting. i just might try it. can i try it with any other phislbury dough? and another thing where did you get the cute little pepperonis?

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    1. I bought them at King Soopers. They were with the regular pepperoni.

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  80. I made these tonight and didn't read the other comments first, so I didn't bake the crusts beforehand. I made them in a 12 count cupcake pan and they came out great, not raw in the middle at all. I used 2 tubes of pizza dough, 1 jar of pizza sauce, 1 2-cup package of shredded cheese, and almost 1 pack of mini pepperoni and made 20 little pizzas. Thanks for the recipe, its a keeper! And so easy too!

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  81. Making them today for the kids lunch. cant wait to try them. thanks for the recipe.

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  82. Excited to try these tonight for my boys...and hopefully have leftovers for their lunch tomorrow!! Thanks for all the tips!!

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  83. Pampered Chef has a mini-muffin tin and a muffin "press" that pushes the dough against the sides of the muffin pan. The dough is fully cooked using that. We make "Mini Turkey Puffs" (similar to mini Quiches) that are marvelous. I can't wait to try your idea with pizza dough, sauce, and pizza toppings. I think "build your own pizza" sounds interesting. Thanks!

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  84. Enjoyed the blog and all the comments. Will definitely try when the kids are home from college! Great idea and thanks for posting

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  85. I would like to say I love your blog, and how you display your successes and failures with the ideas, it makes it easier to know what to "tweek" or what not bother with. Thank You!!

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  86. This looks awesome! I make little chicken meatloaf muffins, and this looks like another great use for my muffin pan! Very cool!
    ( http://jasonricemd.wordpress.com/2012/11/29/chicken-meatloaf-muffins/ )

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  87. Ooh. these look great.
    Keep blogging!

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  88. What a wonderful idea to have some family time! It would be great to ask the kids for some help in this and I’m sure they will start asking for more once their masterpieces are done cooking. These cupcake pizzas look so “ready-to-go”. I will definitely make this today. Thanks for posting.

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  89. These were absolutely amazing!! I made these for a few Christmas parties and they were gone within minutes!! They were easy to make and turned out to be the perfect size!! THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing!!

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  90. I just made these! Everyone loved them! I got 12 with regular sized muffin pan. I put the crust up the sides for a deep-dish pizza. I baked the crust for not quite 10 minutes then put the sauce etc on. Then baked for another 10 min (not quite). They were super crispy! I didn't make enough! Everyone wanted more!!!!

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  91. I've been making these for awhile. You can buy biscuits too, which work easier than pizza dough. Just pick your favorite (I use the flaky layered biscuits) put them in your over for a couple minutes inside the cupcake pan, then pull it out and add your sauce, cheese and mini-pepperoni and bake for another few minutes. That way your dough doesn't get gummy.

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  92. I only had the ready made pie crust dough and I used smoked sausage - but they came out really good. I'll get pizza dough next time so they rise a little more but they were very tasty! Great idea, Thanks! Diane

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  93. The pampered chef brownie pan (precut in squares) are not as deep as a muffin pan and make them crispier and they get done through and through.

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  94. Help! How do you get the pepperoni so tiny?

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    1. The came in a package right by the regular pepperoni ones, they were hormel mini's

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  95. So glad to have found your blog through Pinterest! I am planning a family reunion for this coming summer and wanted to have a make your own pizza meal. I've been searching all week to find an easy way to handle the crust part of the pizzas to no avail. This sounds like it will work out perfectly. I'm off to see if my little hometown grocery has the ingredients (crusts) for these so I can experiment. Thanks for blogging...keep up the great work!

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  96. Do you think it would be possible to freeze?

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  97. Awesome super bowl idea!! Love it!

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  98. Just tried these tonight for dinner and they came out great! I quartered the dough from the package and then cut those pieces in half and was able to make 8 muffin pizzas. For the pepperoni, I took normal size pieces and used scissors to cut then up into little pieces and worked perfectly! I baked the dough @ 425 for 10 minutes, then added the sauce, cheese and meat and cooked for another 7 minutes. The dough was perfectly cooked and had a nice golden brown coloring to the edges!

    Thanks so much for posting this!

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  99. Just had this for dinner! They were delicious. I used a regular (12) muffin tin but only made 6 mini pizzas. I used the pizza dough that came in a container like the crescent rolls do (store brand.) Cooked for 10 minutes. They came out perfect. Cooked all the way threw. My boyfriend was very pleased! Thanks for such an awesome and easy idea! keep posting!

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  100. OMG I just saw this on pinterest and I honestly think I'm going to have my mom make it for me tomorrow night! Thank you SSSSOOOO much for coming up with this idea... They look so DELISH!

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  101. I wonder if you could use a biscuit instead of the pizza dough how it would work out?

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    1. I found another recipe, using busciuts, but havent tried them yet. I am going to try them tomorrow night for dinner.

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    2. I've made the biscuit pizzas before and they were awesome!

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  102. Made these with my granddaughters tonight. They were a hit. They loved adding their own toppings in. They were very tasty also. Will definately make them again.

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  103. Claudia's Lazy Wife's Breakfast Muffins. My husband likes sausage and eggs for breakfast, but I have so time to cook throughout the week. Here's what you need to be a Lazy Wife: muffin tin for over-sized muffins, 1 1/4 c. milk, 1/4 c. baking mix, 6 eggs, nonstick spray, cooked meat (any kind). Heat oven to 375. Spray tins. Place meat (and cheese/veggies if desired) in bottom of each tin. With mixer, beat eggs, milk, baking mix and seasoning (optional) until fluffy. Pour over meat. Bake about 30 minutes, but check if set at 20 min. They slide right out of tins. Tastes fresh each morning of the week!

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  104. so easy to make & they are soo yummy ! Great idea !

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  105. I made these tonight 3/10/13. Did the suggestion of cooking the crust for 10 minutes. Then took out and put on sauce, cheese etc. Cooked for another 10 minutes and they were Perfect! ! Will make again! Thanks!

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  106. I am using hommade pizza dough instead of ready-made. hope they come out well!

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  107. Tried these & pre-baked the dough a little bit before I added the cheese & sauce. They came out perfectly! If I was going to make these in a mini-muffin pan I would most likely not pre-bake the dough. Perhaps if you have an older or weaker oven you might still want to pre-bake but I have a ridiculous convection oven that loves to overcook everything haha.

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  108. awesome ideal for a quick and easy meal!!TFS

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  109. Has anyone tried using biscuts (pillsbury), instead of pizza dough. Would mean no cutting or measuring in pan.

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    1. Yes I made them last night with the pillsbury refrigerated bisuits and they were GREAT my husband I loved them, I didn't cut them I patted them down flat in place in the cupcake pan (reg size)

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  110. those muffin top molds would be good for this since they are more shallow!!

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  111. I don't understand the differentiation between cupcake tin/muffin tin-aren't they the same??

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  112. Homemade pizza dough is super easy and faster than running to the store. I will definitely try these for lunch ideas. Quicker than pulling out the pizza pans and making a big mess at lunchtime.

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  113. I am making these right now ��!

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