This is how the cool kids do pizza. They don’t microwave frozen stuff or throw tomato sauce and shredded cheddar on English muffins– but they’re also WAAAY too busy to spend hours making fussy little bites that may be mindlessly devoured or dropped on the rug at the first shout of “Touchdown!”
The cool kids do is get all those real flavors on bite-size pizzas by putting good quality topping ingredients on prepared pizza dough. You can buy the dough at a local pizzeria. (Seriously, just walk in and ask to buy a pound of dough. They’re usually happy to sell it to you for a couple of dollars).
Most grocery stores also sell fresh refrigerated pizza dough– usually in the dairy section, for some reason. All you do is cut the dough in little pieces, flatten the pieces with the palm of your hand, and add a slice of fresh mozzarella and slivers of your favorite pizza toppings. I put a piece of calamata olive on mine, but you could also use a matchstick or two of pepperoni– whatever else rings your pizza bell.
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