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Mini Bread Pizza cups

Snacks are always in demand and what better than something which kids love as well. These Mini bread pizza's are perfect for those sudden hunger pangs and also for getting in the necessary Veggies in. Extremely easy to make and tasty as well. Lets see how its done. 
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See Notes: **
  • Bread slices - 6 or 12 (as per need)
  • 1/2 cup butter or Herb Butter (Recipe below)
  • 1/2 cup Pizza sauce (recipe below) 
  • Mozzarella Cheese 
  • Pasta or pizza cheese
  • Veggies of your choice (I used carrots)
  • Sausages (optional) 
  • Pepper and salt (optional)**
  1. Roll the bread and flatten a bit with a rolling pin. 
  2. Cut the sides or with a cutter into shape. Keep aside. 
  3. Grease a muffin tray with some butter. 
  4. Carefully tuck in each bread piece into the muffin hole. 
  5. Brush some herb butter (recipe below) or regular butter on each bread. 
  6. Bake these bread cups in a preheated oven of 180℃ for 10 mins. 
  7. Once out of Oven, add in the Pizza sauce (quick fix recipe below), Mozzarella cheese, Veggies, Sausages(optional), some more pizza cheese. 
  8. Add salt and pepper as per your taste. I don't add as the pizza sauce and cheese already has salt.
  9. Pepper can be added as per your taste. 
  10. Bake these at 180℃ for another 10 mins. 
  11. Enjoy hot with tomato sauce. 
How to make Herb butter (if you don't have store bought)
- Regular butter - 1/2 cup 
- Pizza or pasta seasoning - 2 Tsp
- Finely chopped garlic- 1 Tsp
  • Melt regular butter in a pan, add in some finely chopped garlic, pasta seasoning and mix well . 
  • Herb butter ready 
How to make Pasta/pizza sauce at home(if u don't have store bought) -
- Regular tomato Sauce
- pasta seasoning like thyme and rosemary or mixed seasoning
  • Take regular tomato sauce and add in some pasta seasoning or thyme, rosemary etc. Mix well.
  •  Pizza sauce ready
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