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I have been dreaming of making this mason jar pizza appetizer recipe for months and I finally got around to it. You will love these individual portions of pizza for any party that you are hosting this holiday season. Follow my recipe below to whip up this appetizer in minutes.
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- Pizza crust
- Pizza sauce
- Toppings (any you love!)
I actually used two different mason jars to show the difference. You can mix and match or use all of one type. Both the 4 oz quilted jars and the 8 oz squat jars work great. Start by making your pizza crust according to the package directions. Roll the dough out until it is 1/8 to 1/4 inch thick. Use the band from the mason jar to cut the dough like a cookie cutter. Place your dough inside of greased mason jars that are on a cookie sheet.
Add the toppings of your choice to each jar and put shredded cheese on the top. Bake these jars in a 425 degree oven for 10-15 minutes. Check to see if done before removing to serve.
Allow mason jar pizzas to cool slightly before serving. You don’t want the hot jars to burn any of your party guests. These are the perfect portion size for one person and are great for individual pizzas at parties. The 4 oz jar is 2 to 3 bites while the 8 oz size is a few more.
Add these mason jar pizza appetizers to your holiday buffet and watch them disappear! You can also let guests build their own pizza with a variety of toppings then bake while they mingle. The perfect party food all in a mason jar! I can see having these at every party I host!
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- Pizza crust
- Pizza sauce
- Make your pizza crust according to the package directions.
- Roll the dough out until it is 1/8 to 1/4 inch thick.
- Use the band from the mason jar to cut the dough like a cookie cutter.
- Place your dough inside of greased mason jars that are on a cookie sheet.
- Add the toppings of your choice to each jar and put shredded cheese on the top.
- Bake these jars in a 425 degree oven for 10-15 minutes.
- Allow mason jar pizzas to cool slightly before serving.
Need more ideas for appetizers? Try our loaded tot kabobs as well.
Or maybe these mozzarella parmesan stuffed mushrooms.
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