An easy lunch for the kids or appetizer for any occasion! Customize for even the pickiest eaters with any ingredients you like!
Our summer vacation has finally started!
My daughter goes to a school that's considered year round, so we only have about 6 weeks off during the summer before we head back to school in August!
We spent the first summer vacation day at a local festival called Lemonade Concert and Art Fair! This is held every year on the St Cloud State University campus and there are tons of vendors selling their creations, delicious food and a concert by our local orchestra, St Cloud Symphony and Orchestra!
It was a fantastic concert and we had a great family night together! Of course we had to drink some lemonade and noshed on some freshly cut french fries too! I also came home with a bag of fresh peas to snack on! Those are my absolute favorite!
Who doesn't love pizza? I think just about everyone except my nine year old.
My daughter absolutely hates pizza, or anything with melted cheese for that matter. This recipe wasn't for her, but I defintely loved it and I think your family and kiddos will too!
What's so great about this recipe, is you can use just about any ingredient you'd put on a regular pizza, or even just cheese if you have a picky kiddo.
It's fast for lunch, or makes a really great appetizer to feed a crowd. I'd also make them for movie night if you feel like skipping pizza delivery.
What are some of your favorite pizza toppings?
I hope you enjoy this recipe! Thanks again for following along and stopping by today! I appreciate the visits from each and every one of you!
Cheesy Ham and Green Olive Pizza Dunkers
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Top both french bread halves with with ham, olives and mozzarella. Bake for 7 minutes, then broil until cheese is browned and bubbly. Slice into dunker sized pieces and serve with pizza sauce.
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