Halloween Mummy Pizzas are SUCH an easy Halloween recipe. You only need 4 simple ingredients and 15 minutes for these easy Halloween Pizzas made with pita bread crust.
If you've left Halloween snacks, party food or dinner to the last minute, then don't worry, I've got ya covered.
Just gather 4 simple ingredients and you can have Halloween pizza ready in 15 minutes. Easy!
These personal 'mummy' pizzas are sooo easy and taste divine.
Wait, I mean spooky. And gruesome. And all the other Halloween words! Boo.
Kids will love making their own Halloween pizzas and they can customize the toppings.
They're so simple to make that even young ones can spread on the sauce and lay on the mummy mozzarella strips.
Plus, they look great and taste even better!
Why you'll love this recipe
Halloween pizzas make are a great party food.
Ready in just 15 minutes with 4 simple ingredients.
Customizable - add your favorite toppings.
Easy for kids to help make.
A tasty snack or dinner.
A fun Mummy design that takes just a few minutes to make.
A fuss-free, quick and easy Halloween recipe.
For this super easy Halloween pizza recipe, shaped like spoooky Mummys, you'll need:
Pita breads - I use oval ones, but round ones work too. You could also make large ones on naan or French bread.
Pizza sauce - or use tomato puree/paste. You could also make your own pizza sauce.
Mozzarella cheese - use a ball of mozzarella or shredded. If shredded, just sprinkle in lines over the pita pizza base.
Sliced black olives - they make perfect edible 'eyes'. But feel free to swap to baby tomatoes or other toppings you love.
Kitchen equipment required:
Step by step tutorial
You'll love just how EASY this recipe is! Follow these step by step photos for perfect Mummy Pizzas.
Then, scroll down to the recipe card at the bottom of the post for the full ingredients list and method.
You can also get creative with more Halloween pizza ideas by using other toppings.
Spread the pizza sauce onto the pita breads.
Slice the mozzarella into thin strips.
NOTE: You can use shredded mozzarella cheese instead.
Place the mozzarella cheese strips (or sprinkle shredded mozzarella in lines) over the pizzas at angles to look like a Halloween Mummy. Leave a larger gap at the top for the eyes.
Add olives to look like eyes.
Bake for 10 minutes or until the cheese melts and begins to turn golden.
Voila - a super quick, easy and tasty recipe. They're perfect at a party, for lunch, a snack or dinner on Halloween.
They're such a simple and fun way to celebrate.
Halloween pizza ideas
Are you looking for Halloween pizza ideas? Look no further!
Make these easy mummy pizzas with oval shaped pita breads. You can also make them large on halved French breads or large flatbreads.
Get creative with your toppings and cheese and turn them into monsters, pumpkins or spiders.
Try making these pizzas with my vibrant green spinach pizza crust
Or make a bright purple base with my easy beetroot pizza crust.
Switch the pita breads for naan breads with naan pizza.
Or, make your own easy 15-minute naan bread flatbread.
I hope you love this super easy Halloween Pita Pizza recipe. Be sure to try my other tasty (and easy) Halloween recipes. They're fun, cute, gory or gruesome ways to celebrate the holiday.
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Easy Halloween Mummy Pizzas
- 4 pita breads
- 4 teaspoons pizza sauce
- 8 oz (225g / 1 cup shredded) mozzarella ball or shredded
- 8 black olive slices
- Heat the oven to 430F / 220C.
- Place the pita breads on a baking sheet and spread each one with a teaspoon of pizza sauce (or more if desired).
- Cut the mozzarella into thin strips.
- Place the strips of (or shredded) mozzarella onto the pitas at angles to look like a mummy.
- Place two sliced black olives on each one for eyes.
- Bake for 10 minutes or until the cheese melts and begins to turn golden.
The nutritional information provided is approximate and can vary depending on several factors, so is not guaranteed to be accurate. Please see a registered dietician for special diet advice.