Recipes For My Boys: Pizza Slices

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Pizza Slices

Time for more fun!  Today, for lunch, we made Pizza Slices.  My Boys have such a great time making these delicious and fun pizza slices.  We hope you do too!  ~hugs~

Pizza Slices

1 tube Cresent Rolls
Pizza or Spaghetti Sauce
4 String Cheese
Toppings of your choice

My oven cooks at a high temperature.  The cresent roll tube said to preheat to 375 degrees...I am cooking at 325 degrees.   You know your oven...set it just like you would when cooking these without the fun on top.  :D

Unroll and arrange wedges on two cookie sheets.   I lined mine with parchment paper, you don't have to. 
Now, the fun begins!  My Boys put the spaghetti sauce on top of the wedges, over and beyond.  ~smiles~  They then pull apart the string cheese.  You can use already grated cheese but this adds more hands on fun.
Put the cheese on and you choice of toppings. 
I cooked mine for half the time stated.  Then turned the broiler on low just to heat up the cheese more for, 30 seconds to 1 minute keeping a watch on the slices with the door open.
Please note, the cheese will not melt like grated cheese.
Enjoy!

For dessert you may want to buy another tube of cresent rolls and make these also,  Red, White and Blueberries

My Boys were so proud of the pizza slices they made.  <3

Things got a little messy.  ~smiles~

Getting toppings to add.


Adding black olives...what was left of them that is.  ~big grin~

The Twins creations right before going in the oven.  <3

4 comments:

Amy said...

This looks so tasty!! thanks for the recipe.And its nice to see that kids are helping...

Debi said...

Thank you Amy! I hope you like it. It is so fun for us to cook together. It's special to us and I hope they will keep the memories with them...
~hugs~

Ann from Sumptuous Spoonfuls said...

Using string cheese sounds like so much fun for the little ones! Your boys did such a great job with their little pizza slices.

Thanks for sharing this pizza fun at our virtual pizza party! :)

Debi said...

Thank You Ann! They had fun pulling it apart and no grating involved. Thanks for the invite Sweet Friend!
<3 and Hugs!

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