4 Halloween Pizza Ideas
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These delicious Halloween Pizza ideas are perfect for adding some spooky fun to your celebrations! Whether you want creepy spider pizzas or a jack-o-lantern pizza dip, there’s something for everyone.
Since Halloween is creeping up on us (get it?), we’ve developed 4 fun new pizza recipes. You can make them for a party or a light dinner before trick-or-treating. The best part? They’re ready in 30 minutes or less!
Check them out and watch our video to see which recipe you want to make! Each one has gotten rave reviews from adults and kids alike, so you can’t go wrong!
1. Spider Pizza
Try not to get creeped out by these yummy Spider Pizzas. You can make a full-size pizza with multiple spiders on top, or go for mini spider pizzas like this:
We’ve used pitted black olives to create the spider look. You won’t believe how easy they are to make, and how they become an instant conversation piece at a party!
2. Witches Fingers
Try making these Witch-themed Pizza Fingers for some spooky finger food at Halloween. They’re basically pizza sticks adorned with crunchy pieces of red bell pepper for fingernails to send a chill up your spine:
Serve them with your favorite dipping sauce for the perfect appetizer. They’re also fabulous grab-and-go snack for kids to fuel up in between rounds of trick-or-treating. (They can’t only eat candy, right lol?)
3. Mummy Pizza
For a slightly more elaborate Halloween pizza idea, try making this Mummy Pizza. It’s sure to give anyone the shivers with its eyeballs staring back at you, and the pepperoni hiding inside makes it extra-tasty!
This recipe is like a calzone except that strips of pizza dough are wrapped around the surface to look like a taped-up mummy! In addition, you can add some costume jewelry on the side for a complete “entombed” theme.
4. Halloween Pizza Dip
Last but not least is this Halloween Pizza Dip with a jack-o-lantern theme. You can get creative by creating your own dough “face” on the surface of the dip.
This dip is served warm with knots of pizza dough that are fun to pull apart, and you’ll get epic cheese pulls too! Underneath, there is a classic pizza dip made with cream cheese, mozzarella and pepperoni on top.
Happy Halloween everyone!
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Easy Halloween Pizza Ideas
- 14 oz pizza crust, or homemade pizza dough
- 1 cup pizza sauce
- 2 cups mozzarella cheese
- black olives, optional
- 8 oz cream cheese, for pizza dip only
- pepperoni slices, for mummy pizza and pizza dip only
- Preheat the oven to 400°F or according to the package directions.
- Unroll the pizza dough on a work surface. Spread sauce on top to 1/4-inch from the edge. Sprinkle cheese onto the sauce.
- Cut olives to create the spider body parts and arrange on the cheese. Bake for 7-10 minutes according to the package directions until the crust is golden and cheese bubbly.
- Unroll the pizza dough into a rectangle on a work surface. Spread a thin layer of sauce on the middle half. Sprinkle cheese on top followed by pepperoni slices.
- Cut 1-inch slits in the uncovered dough on the diagonal. Then using your fingertips, pull the strips over top to cover the pepperoni like tape on a mummy (as if you're bandaging it up), leaving a larger exposed section for the face.
- Place two olive tips to be eyes in the face section. Bake for 20 minutes until the crust is golden according to the package directions.
Witch's Pizza Fingers
- Unroll the pizza dough and spread a thin layer of sauce up to 1/4-inch from the edges. Sprinkle cheese on top and bake for 10 minutes according to the package directions.
- Remove from the oven and cut into finger-size pieces using a paring knife or pizza cutter.
- Using a knife, taper the tips of each piece to make a rounded fingertip look. Cut triangular fingernail-size pieces of red bell pepper and press in place, using some tomato sauce for adhesion.
- Place the pizza dough on a work surface. Cut several pieces as if you're carving a jack-o-lantern face (see video). Then cut the rest of the dough into strips, squeezing into log shapes or tying into knots.
- Set aside a round 9-inch pie plate. Spread the cream cheese to the bottom of the baking dish. Then place the dough knots in a ring around the outside of the dish, resting on top of the cream cheese.
- Spread marinara sauce around and then add mozzarella. Add pepperoni to fully cover the cheese. Finally, arrange the dough cutouts to make a face on the surface. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until the knots are golden brown.
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