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Fun and Easy Children's pizzas

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Prep: 2 hours Cook: 15 minutes Making the tomato sauce whilst the dough is proving.

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More effort


12 mini pizzas

This recipe is fun and easy, it is a brilliant activity for kids too!!

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  • 300g strong white bread flour
  • 7g salt
  • 30ml olive oil
  • 7g fast action yeast
  • 200ml warm water


  1. First of all mix the flour, salt, olive oil, yeast and warm water together in a bowl. *TIP put the salt and yeast on the opposite sides of the bowl for it to work better.

  2. Knead the dough on an oiled surface for 5-10 mins or until smooth. To check if the dough is ready to prove, take a section and stretch it out as thinly as you can, hold it up to the light and if you can see your fingers as a shadow once held up to the light it is ready.

  3. Roll the dough into a ball and put in a bowl, cover the bowl with a damp tea towel and leave it to prove until it has doubled in size.

  4. Roll out the dough and put on your desired toppings, then bake for about 10-15 mins.

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