*This post was created in collaboration with Country Crock. All words, images, and opinions are my own.
It’s the most fangtastic time of the year when even your dinner plays dress up for the holiday :). While you know I love decorating my food every day of the week, for Halloween I go ALL OUT. Since I’m a bit too old for trick or treating, it’s become a tradition of mine to have a festive, fun meal to celebrate instead. I partnered with Country Crock to create this Haunted Pumpkin Patch Breakfast Pizza that’s dangerously delicious! It’s fast, family-friendly, and even sneaks in some veggies. Perfect for breakfast, lunch, or your own Halloween feast.
This recipe starts with your favorite store bought pizza dough to save tons of time, then it gets topped with a flavorful and creamy pesto butter made with Country Crock, and decorated with all the best breakfast ingredients (feel free to swap in anything your heart desires). It only takes about 30 minutes start to finish, and at least half of that is bake time. Look no further for a spooktacularly simple dinner that’s sure to please even the pickiest eaters!
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1 lb. ready to bake pizza dough
Flour (for rolling out the dough)
1/4 cup pesto (store bought or homemade)
6 tablespoons Country Crock Spread
3-5 large eggs
6 slices mozzarella
1 green bell pepper
1 sheet nori or jumbo black olives (for the faces)
2-3 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese
1 cup arugula or spinach, packed
Pizza stone or pizza pan
Small ghost cookie cutter
Small triangle cookie cutter, or sharp kitchen knife
Nori punches or small scissors (for cutting out the faces)
*An adult should assist with all cutting and baking (especially removing the hot pizza from the oven).
Cut out all of the faces ahead of time so that once the pizza is cooked you can transfer them to the top and enjoy! A toothpick makes it much easier to pick up and place the nori pieces (slightly wet the tip of the toothpick so it can grip the nori).
The pizza is best eaten right away, but any leftovers can be covered and refrigerated.
Please let me know if you try this recipe, I would love to see your Haunted Halloween Pizzas! 🙂
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