Mini Halloweegan Pizzas *FAIL*

It’s pizza time! So I made three different types of pizza, and only one of them was somewhat decent. Let’s start with that one and work our way toward the *epic fail*

Jack-o-Lantern Mini Pizzas
Jack O’ Lantern Mini Pizzas

Not too bad. I used mushrooms to make the eyes, noses, and mouths, and I used a combination of Daiya cheddar and mozzarella. All cheddar would have been better, but I didn’t have enough. To make the pumpkin shaped mini pizzas I rolled out the pizza dough and used a cookie cutter to cut out the little pumpkin shapes. These would be perfect party food, and I bet tiny hands would love these mini pizzas too! Next? Mini Ghost Pizzas, sort of.

*FAIL* Ghost Mini Pizzas
*FAIL*

Not so good! I pictured it better than it turned out. They don’t really look like ghosts, do they? They look more like mummies, which led me to attempt pizza #3:

*Epic Fail* Mummy Pizza
*Epic Fail*

Mmmkay. That didn’t work. It would have been a fun treat if I had executed the plan properly! Oy! This is what they should have looked like.

The reason why I wanted to make white pizza, is because I wanted to try this awesome white pizza recipe from Vegan Pandamonium. Awesome is right! I think I am going to take a little break from regular pizza because the white kind is too yummy! Instead of the Gardein crispy tenders, I went with thinly sliced mushrooms under the cheezy sauce because I needed my ghosts and not-mummies to be flat on top.

And I found the white pizza recipe through this post at the Perfect Pizza Press blog. First of all – I want a Perfect Pizza Press! I need to get me one as soon as they’re available for sale! I don’t like slicing pizza, and those pizza cutter/roller things are the work of Lucifer. Mr. Wing-It is in charge of pizza slicing here, but I’m afraid he’s going to be out of a job after we get the Perfect Pizza Press.

Also, on that same post, Kelly appointed me the High Priestess of Halloweegan. I accept! Heeheeee! I am going to need a black cloak, a glittery staff, a pair of witchy boots with curly toes, and a black cat named Seitan. How would I go about changing my name to Elvira? Though if I change my name to Elvira, there are *a couple* more changes I need to make as well…

Halloweegan craftiness coming up next week! *POOF*

Comments

  1. says

    These are all so incredibly cute! the little ghosts are my favourite, though I think they look more cuddly than scary. I love them all, though, you’re very creative :)

  2. says

    I actually think that all 3 of your pizzas were successes! I like the mummy ones–very cute! And the pumpkin ones look delish. I’ve never tried Daiya, but it does seem to melt pretty well!

  3. says

    Oh, and someone should totally invent vegan string cheese. Not just for mummy pizza making purposes, but because I would eat it every day.

  4. says

    I like the ghosts! I think they’re cute! I will definitely be making these next week for my two-year-old. We made the strawberry ghosts last night and they were a HUGE hit with her, not to mention me and my husband! Can’t wait for crafts!

  5. says

    Mmm, pizza! I love the mini pumpkin pizzas with their little herby stalks! I’ve never been tempted to try a white pizza because the tangy tomato sauce is my favourite part ( and I always have double sauce on my pizza), but they do look good.

    You don’t like slicing pizza? I always cut mine with scissors as I find those wheel cutters absolutely useless.

    You definitely need a black cat named Seitan! =^..^=

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