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PIZZA POPS

Kids can be the harshest critics in the kitchen. So, bring them into it.   

PIZZA POPS

Kids can be the harshest critics in the kitchen. So, bring them into it.   

PIZZA POPS

Kids can be the harshest critics in the kitchen. So, bring them into it.   

How many people does it serve?

This should be an easy question to answer, but in South Africa, it’s complicated, due to our colourful multi-cultural rainbow nation.

  1. In an Anglo Saxon household, each pizza/meal should feed between 4 to 6 guests.
  2. In a Mediterranean, Ethnic or African home it could feed as little as 1 to 3 people for a single meal as food needs to be experienced in large quantities.
  3. If you’re of Scandinavian extraction, each meal could last you a month!

Then we need to look at your emotional state, as that is a determining factor when dealing with quantities.

  1. Have you had a terrible day with your boss?
  2. Did you fight with your spouse?
  3. Are your kids driving you insane?
  4. Is your wi-fi slower than the Groot Trek?
  5. Is the lockdown getting to you?
  6. Did that hot guy from the gym eventually whatsapp you?
  7. How are you doing with those skinny jeans?
  8. Is your mother-in law doing what mother-in laws do?
  9. What season of Game of Thrones are you watching?

All these contributing factors could influence the amount you will choose to eat; Ranging from “just a slice/bite” to “call in the kitchen Calvary we’re going down babies”!

How many people does it serve?

This should be an easy question to answer, but in South Africa, it’s complicated, due to our colourful multi-cultural rainbow nation.

  1. In an Anglo Saxon household, each pizza/meal should feed between 4 to 6 guests.
  2. In a Mediterranean, Ethnic or African home it could feed as little as 1 to 3 people for a single meal as food needs to be experienced in large quantities.
  3. If you’re of Scandinavian extraction, each meal could last you a month!

Then we need to look at your emotional state, as that is a determining factor when dealing with quantities.

  1. Have you had a terrible day with your boss?
  2. Did you fight with your spouse?
  3. Are your kids driving you insane?
  4. Is your wi-fi slower than the Groot Trek?
  5. Is the lockdown getting to you?
  6. Did that hot guy from the gym eventually whatsapp you?
  7. How are you doing with those skinny jeans?
  8. Is your mother-in law doing what mother-in laws do?
  9. What season of Game of Thrones are you watching?

All these contributing factors could influence the amount you will choose to eat; Ranging from “just a slice/bite” to “call in the kitchen Calvary we’re going down babies”!

FOR THIS QUICK RECIPE YOU WILL NEED

SHOPPING LIST

QUANTITIES OF INGREDIENTS

  • 1 x packet Cheese & Tomato Minis
  • 8 x kebab sticks
  • In our fridge:
    • Sliced salami
    • Steamed broccoli
    • Cheddar cheese
    • Mozarella
    • Salamini bites
    • Leftover salad

METHOD

  1. There’s no right or wrong here, mix and match the ingredients as you like. However, always add a little extra cheese on to the Minis.
  2. If you are using any cured meats you decide if you want it baked in the oven or added afterwards.

This is a great way to get kids to eat leftovers without complaining. “Oh no, not leftovers again.”

  1. After topping, in the oven 10-12mins at 200ºC.
  2. When done, remove from the oven, and at this point, you would add any of the toppings you chose not to bake.
  3. Now we carefully slide the kebab stick into the Mini pizza base.

Your Pizza Pops are ready! Just add children. Okay, adults too!

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