Bread Cup Pizza – we all make pizzas at home so what is special about these bread cup pizzas. Kids like recipes that tickle all their senses. Every recipe has to be unique in taste, texture, or color to catch their attention.
When I saw this recipe in Sharmis’s passion blog I knew it will be a big hit with my kids.
It is a super easy variation of regular pizza as it does not require elaborate planning.
It takes minimum effort and all the ingredients are available at home all the time. A very tasty and interesting snack to serve for breakfast or snack time.
you can make this for kid’s birthday parties or kitty parties. It will be loved by all your guests. it’s a very popular recipe in our house.
How to make bread cup pizzas
Preparation time: 5 minutes
cooking time: 15 minutes
makes 6 pizza cups
recipe Source: Sharmis Passions
For bread cup pizza:
6 bread slices ( I used white bread)
2 tsp butter
1 cup chopped vegetables of your choice( onions, capsicum, tomato, baby corn, red peppers)
1 tbsp tomato ketchup
3 tbsp mozzarella cheese (just enough to cover the bread cups)
salt, black pepper, and oregano to taste
To make Bread Cup Pizza
Cut circles from the bread using some round utensil or lid.
you can use a cookie cutter also for this.
Flatten the bread a little using a rolling pin.
Butter both sides of the bread and fit in the muffin tray.
Add salt, pepper, and oregano to the cut vegetables.
Spoon this mixture into the bread cups.
Cover with cheese and dot with butter.
Bake the bread cups in a preheated oven for 15 minutes at 180 C until the bread turns golden brown.
Look at that crust 🙂
Serve Bread Cup Pizza hot with tomato ketchup.
YOu can also Pack these in Kids School Lunch Box. Check School Lunch Box Ideas For other similar Recipes.
- 6 bread slices I used white bread
- 2 tsp butter
- 1 cup chopped vegetables of your choice onions, capsicum, tomato, baby corn, red peppers
- 1 tbsp tomato ketchup
- 3 tbsp mozzarella cheese just enough to cover the bread cups
- salt, black pepper to taste
- Oregano to taste
- Cut circles from the bread using some round utensil or lid.
- You can use a cookie cutter also for this.
- Flatten the bread a little using a rolling pin.
- Butter both sides of the bread and fit in the muffin tray.
- Add salt, pepper, and oregano to the cut vegetables.
- Spoon this mixture into the bread cups.
- Cover with cheese and dot with butter.
- Bake the bread cups in a preheated oven for 15 minutes at 180 C until bread turns golden brown.
- Serve Bread Cup Pizza hot with tomato ketchup.
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Thanks for the recipe …can we make in a Toaster with a grill.also my kid is in school till 6.00 …can you share some meals that dont get soggy by that tim e.
Hello, Rakhee. Sorry, I have not tried toaster with a grill but if you can put muffin tray in it then you can make in that also.
you can try masala paratha, aloo ki poori, dal parantha, thepla, besan chilla, dal chilla for tiffin
So nice food items for kids.I will try…specially bread items as I throw away left over bread
Thanks Archana 🙂
I tried these cups with a variation. Actually my little bro doesn’t like vegetables so I tried it out with boiled potatoes mixed with green chutney. But when I baked them in microwave in convection, the bottom part didn’t become as crispy as the top outline. Please tell me if it was because of the potato or excess butter applied on bread?? Otherwise the recipient is very creative and I was shocked to see the tiffin empty even when my bro is soo choosy in eating. Loved them… 🙂
HI Taslim. What was the temperature at which you baked. Oven should be pre heated and these should be baked at both top and bottom settings.
It is because of green chutney. Consistancy of Water in green chutney is more than in ketup or sauce. Next time bake them for 17 to 18 min. Or you turn on grill mode after 15 minutes for extra Browning n crispness.
All of your recipes are seriously awesome… you have given them soo cute looks that kids are never gonna say a NO to them…n superb variations too I loved it ….
Thanks Taslim. you have made my day 🙂
Can i make this in microwave ? Please let me know dear im eager to make this recepie
hi Rutuja. you can make this in convection mode of microwave also.
Surely gonna try one out.
Kids really love them Shivangi 🙂
can i make them without oven
Sorry for the late reply Swetha. There was something wrong with my internet connection. Just saw your comment. I have not tried these without oven. some people make cakes and pizza in pressure cooker. may be same way we can try these also.
superb! taste my kids love these cup pizza a lot
Thanks Veni 🙂
me & didi loved these
me & tanisha loved these
This recipe rocks. My kids loved it.
Thanks Anu. My kids also love these.