Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Sadie's Bagel Pizzas

Sadie helped me make lunch today.  We made little bagel pizzas.  It's pretty simple and Sadie was thrilled to be able to help in the kitchen.  Here's what we used:

7 mini bagels (English muffins work too)
1 cup of pizza sauce
Basil, Garlic Powder and Oregano to taste (we used about a tbs of each)
Mozzarella Cheese
28 pieces of pepperoni (2 for each slice)
A small can of sliced olives

First we combined the pizza sauce with the herbs and mixed them in a small bowl.  We ended up needing about twice as much as is shown here (about 1/2 cup is pictured).

Then I sliced the bagels and spread on the pizza sauce (Sadie isn't quite ready for this, potentially messy job):

Now it was Sadie's big moment.  She added the mozzarella cheese I had grated.  I then asked her to put two pieces of pepperoni on each pizza and then gave her olives to sprinkle, one pinch at a time (when I gave her more than one pinch at a time they all went on one pizza, so pinch by pinch it was!).

Sadie stepped back as I put the pizzas in our 350 degree preheated oven for 15 minutes.  Here's the finished result:

Even Mae Bae finished her mini sliced pieces, before falling asleep at the table:

As you can see here, Sadie was very excited about her first cooking experiment!  I have a feeling I'll be having more and more posts of this sort, since she's having so much fun being in the kitchen!


  1. Mmmm, those look good! (Well, except the olives... blech.) ;) Way to go, Sadie!

  2. They sure do look yummy.

    I like making mine with left over French Bread. I make Spaghetti with garlic bread one night and them the next night we have pizza. I've done the same thing with hot dog buns the day after hot dogs.


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