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October is National Pizza Month. When Classico challenged me to elevate our pizza, I gladly accepted. (Be sure to check out that post as well while you’re here.) In planning our little pizza party I found myself pondering what I would make for my youngest, who requires a gluten-free diet. I decided to make him fun gluten-free Halloween pizza. My son absolutely loved these ghost pizzas, he laughed and made spooky sounds all night. I will definitely make these again, as he loved the taste and had such fun.
- 2x gluten-free pizza crust (for this I used Kinnikinnick however any small gluten-free pizza crusts will work)
- 1/2 jar Classico pizza sauce
- 2 slices mozzarella cheese
- 2 slices (the wide kind not the small) pepperoni
- 4-6 olives
Preheat the oven to whatever the crust you’re using requires. In this case it was 375 for the crust I was using.
Place your pizza crusts onto a cookie sheet.
Place a layer of sauce on the crust.
Take the slices of mozzarella cheese and stack them on top of each other. Cut out the shape of a ghost. By stacking the slices you only have to cut one time. If you have a cookie cutter, great. I did not. Which is why my ghosts look a bit chunky, LOL.
Take the slices of pepperoni and cut out a pumpkin. Anyone that knows me well knows I am not very crafty, so my pumpkins look a bit like beakers you’d find in a lab. But my son knew what they were and that’s all that mattered. While you’re cutting the pepperoni, cut a small piece for the mouth of the ghost as well. Place the pepperoni in the appropriate place on top of the ghost.
Use two olives for eyes on each ghost. Cut the remaining olives into pieces, which you will use to decorate your pumpkin with eyes and a smile.
Bake according to the crust instructions, which in this case was 10-15 minutes.
Serve immediately and enjoy!
If you’re looking for a tasty recipe to elevate your pizza night, check out my Alfredo Ham Pizza recipe.