Baked Pizza Crackers

Our familys favorite holiday is coming up!! Superbowl time!! We’re breaking out the stretchy pants, the food and the party!

But mostly the stretchy pants. They’ve been locked up in storage since Thanksgiving so they’re ready to make their return.

pizza crackers

This week we found an incredibly easy and kid friendly recipe for baked pizza crackers from The Colbert Clan. I love the story of their family and how they came to be the Colbert Clan.

baked pizza crackers

Today, as part of the Secret Recipe Club we’re featuring The Colbert Clan by highlighting one of their recipes.  Since the kids are in charge of the Superbowl menu, they got to search the website and they came up with these baked pizza crackers.

And don’t forget to scroll down and view the other great recipes Secret Recipe Club members made this month!

Baked Pizza Crackers

Ingredients

  • Circle Crackers--you can use whole wheat Ritz, or Glutino gluten free crackers
  • Pizza sauce
  • Pepperoni slices
  • Shredded mozzarella cheese

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to broil on low.
  2. Arrange Ritz crackers on a lightly greased cookie sheet or Silpat.
  3. Arrange pepperoni slices on top of each cracker. Top pepperoni with a teaspoon of pizza sauce then sprinkle cheese on top.
  4. Broil for 2-3 minutes or until cheese is melted and bubbly.
http://burntapple.com/2016/01/25/baked-pizza-crackers/

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Comments

  1. What a great dish for the kids to make. Great SRC choice

  2. What a fun snack or appetizer!

  3. I love finger food that is simple and yet so tasty! I can see how these would be a kid favorite! I may have to make these for my great nephew’s birthday!

  4. How easy is that? Sounds tasty.

  5. These are so happy! And easy! Reminds me of when my mom would make these for us when I was a kid… Great SRC pick!

  6. Cannot believe we are getting to Super Bowl time! Time flies indeed…

    your kids picked a perfect touch down for your assignment! 😉

  7. What a cute idea to make and have the kids help out. I am thinking this would be great as a quick dinner too.

  8. How interesting! Im sure Evan would love making these with me.

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