I usually make all kinds of pizza from the scratch for Friday night.But to tell you the truth it takes a lot of time and work to knead and wait few hours for the dough to rise finally bake it just in time to serve it hot. I don't mind doing it but with almost same ingredients these puffs can be done in a jiffy so why not go for it right!
I am sure all pizza loving families would enjoy these puffs.
Ideal for kids parties, movie night ,grab and go snack or in-between practices' for your kids. Filling and mess free car snacks.... Can World favorite pizza get any better than this!
All purpose flour - 3/4 th cup
Baking powder 1/2 tsp
Pepperoni - 15 to 20 (chopped)
Cheese grated - 1 cup ( a mix of mozzarella , sharp cheddar and 1 tbsp of Parmesan)
Red chili flakes - 1/2 tsp
Fennel seeds - 1/2 tsp
Italian seasoning - 2 tsp
Green bell pepper- 1/4 of 1 (chopped )
Egg-1 lightly beaten
Milk -1/2 cup-3/4 cup
First mix the flour ,baking powder and spices together.Then add milk and egg whisk until combined .Add the cheese,pepperoni, bell pepper mix until combined.Let it stand for 10 minutes. Scoop into the lined muffin tray and bake at 375 F for 20- 25 minutes until top is golden brown.
Serve it with soup and salad for week night dinner or as a snack with some warm marinara sauce.
Note : Makes around 24 mini muffins.
I used a regular muffin tray and it yielded around 7 muffins.
Hope you like it
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Elephants and the Coconut Trees: Pepperoni Pizza Puffs
Weelicious: Pizza Balls
Dishin & Dishes: Iron Skillet Chicken Pesto Pizza
Napa Farmhouse 1885: Pizza with Sun-Dried Tomato, Red Pepper and Corn
Red or Green: Pizza with Green Chile, Chicken and Cheese (Gluten-Free)
Virtually Homemade: Individual Cheese Quesadilla Pizzas
Domesticate Me: Grilled Pita Pizza with Prosciutto, Chanterelles, Arugula and a Fried Egg
Food for 7 Stages of Life: No Yeast Pizza Dough
In Jennie's Kitchen: Easy, Homemade Pizza Dough
The Blue Apron Blog: Our Favorite Pizza Toppings
The Sensitive Epicure: Mini Deep Dish Polenta Pizzas (Gluten-Free)
FN Dish: Homemade Pizza Comfort by the Slice
looks so tempting.
Anupa Joseph (Palaharam)
ohhh...this sounds so mess free...and quick too...usually when we crave for pizzas and decide to make at home, by the time everything is ready the craving is half gone because of all the wait time....This is real good option for the quick fix..bookmarking it
Thank you Linsy
Thank you Bhawna.
That is so true Anupa craving is all gone by the time the regular pizza is made.Please do try and let me know 🙂
wow so perfectly done meena...wonderful idea for kids party...
Wow these puffs are superb and easy to make... Lovely clicks dear 🙂
Savoury muffins looks fantastic .Def kid pleaser.
lovely, tempting pizza puffs.
Simple awesome but never heard of the puffs. But they are so good in puffiness. I'm not a big fan of Western food yet I admire what other make and share.
I liked this pizza puffs idea, looks really inviting and yummy.. Would try this minus the pepperoni 🙂
wow thats indeed so mess free.. sure hot selling one at kids party..
That's really a quick fix snack. Pizzas as muffins...that is surely going to be a hit! Next time this is sure going to go into my kids party menu.
super meena and love this idea of making this muffins.I yet to try savory side of muffins.thanks for the recipe.sure i will replace pepperoni with veggies and let u know
This can be a great breakfast idea too. Love the second pic, looks so tempting.
This is something i would love to make atleast twice a week in my kitchen, a prefect way to enjoy pizza and love this muffin idea, very brilliant.
This is really simple and has to be super tasty.
Yes, I know I'll like it, and so will my kids! What a unique recipe, Meena. And again your photography is absolutely gorgeous.
this looks amazing meena... my kids would definitely love this! i'm bookmarking this to try... darn, whenever i get the chance that is!!!
Looks delicious Meena.. I would sure want to give this a try soon,,, Saana would love this in her lunch box!
Sona - quick picks/pick quicks
cudnt comment here the other day, i read this post. so came back once again to ahve a re-read. honestly, jus tknowing abt this only now...may be, am the only person now in the social cookery circle, who was not aware of this ! anyways, have bookmarked it a...shud ..msut try !!!!
pizza making looks so simple with this recipe. thanks for the recipe.
Ambreen (Simply Sweet n Savory)
I'm drooling ... looks so delicious & tempting 🙂
I tried these tonight. Made them with red bell pepper instead of green and diced spicy sausage instead of pepperoni, because that's what I had on hand. I also modified the seasonings according to my preference and inspiration, since I can't find a decent Italian seasoning mix where I'm from (so I used rosemary, thyme, ground black pepper, red chili flakes, sweet red pepper powder, garlic powder and onion flakes). They turned out great! The batter is light and fluffy. I've tried another pizza puff recipe before and those turned out very bland and heavy. Thank you for the recipe, will definitely keep using it!
Thank you so much for trying this recipe and letting me know. I am really glad to know it came out well.
The recipe is quite forgiving, any spice u have in hand could be used. The spice combination u used here sounds really flavorful.