These easy Halloween mummy pizzas are made with just a few pantry staples and the perfect way to celebrate spooky season.
Halloween Mummy Pizzas
From the recipe collection of Tara Ippolito
These Halloween mummy pizzas are the perfect way to celebrate spooky season.
They’re quick, easy and are the perfect Halloween snack, lunch or dinner.
I love surprising my kids with these in October.
They get such a kick out of them when I serve these to them.
Typical English muffin pizzas are on regular rotation here at my house.
These Halloween mummy pizzas are such a festive change.
Doing things like this really help get my family into spooky season mode.
It’s such a simple recipe to make and keep the magic of Halloween alive.
I know that if you give them a try, you will love them just as much too.
Fast. Simple. Delicious.
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Do I have to use English muffins?
English muffin pizzas are such a classic little recipe.
I love using English muffins for this because the size is perfect and I know they’re always a hit.
If you have an issue using them that’s fine. Maybe you can’t find them where you live or just just plain don’t like them.
I’d that’s the case, feel free to use a small tortilla or even a slice of bread would work just fine.
What tomato sauce should I use?
Whatever tomato sauce you use is up to you. If you have your own recipe, use that for sure.
I have a great basic tomato recipe that would be perfect for this. Click HERE if you’d like it.
A good jarred sauce would work perfect here though also.
Halloween mummy pizzas ingredients
First, open the English muffins with either your fingers or a fork and lightly toast them.
Next, add a thin layer of tomato sauce on top.
Then take the string cheese, and tear them into strips and lay them overlapping onto the tomato sauce.
Be sure to use different angles to create a bandage effect and leave some exposed tomato sauce.
Now take two slices of black olives and put them onto each English muffin to create eyes.
After that, bake them until the cheese is slightly melted but still holding their shape.
Finally, let them cool slightly and enjoy.