A movie night favorite: Pizza bombs
By: Kelsey Lansing
Wanting a movie night, but tired of pizza? Try making pizza bombs! This recipe is one that is simple, not time consuming and easily customize-able based on your preferences. You can add as much or as little as you like. In addition to movie nights, this may be a great appetizer for the holidays that are fast approaching. It makes for perfect finger food and an appetizer before meals! So grab a friend and start rolling out the dough.
Serving: Makes 12 pizza bombs
- 2 Bags of Betty Crocker Pizza Crust (6.5 oz bag)
- 1 cup hot water
- 1 can Pizza sauce (15 oz)
- ¾ sauce go inside the pizza bombs
- ¼ sauce to use as a dipping sauce
- 1 bag Mozzarella Cheese
- Italian seasoning
- Pizza toppings of your choice
Start by mixing the dough and following the instructions on the bag. Once the dough has set for 5 minutes, divide it into 12 equal pieces. Flatten or roll the dough until thinned enough to enclose the other ingredients. Then place each piece into a greased muffin tin (I used spray Pam).
Once the dough is in the tin, start adding the sauce, cheese, seasoning, and the toppings of your choice (in our case we did half hamburger and half pepperoni). Once all the fillings are placed in the dough, pinch the dough shut as best as possible. To top off the bombs, sprinkle cheese and Italian seasoning on the top. Then place in the oven for 8-10 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from the oven and enjoy with the leftover pizza sauce!