Bread Pizza ~ Quick Delicious Treat!

Bread Pizza has always been a childhood delight, ok teenage delight. I started my cooking by making pizzas and there were times I used to make almost every other day. Those pizzas will forever remain fresh in memory. The aroma that comes out while it is baking in the oven, while I was eagerly waiting out it, checking for the time. Peeping inside to see if it is done. Wow, wish those days are back here again. Anyway when days turned fast, making them from the scratch was not anymore possible, I found the next best thing possible. I made pizzas from bread. It turns out in flat 1 min when you have the cheese grated and sauce ready on hand.

And I was very happy when I knew that Konda loves this. This has come to my rescue many a hurry mornings when I had to make breakfast for her. She is bored with the usual stuff and I am challenged to find the right one. When once I introduced this to her, she was simply elated. So I try to make these at least once a week. It makes a real healthy breakfast for a growing child. Of course, she likes this any time I give her. So this gets made quite a number of times. When a glass of fresh lime juice there is nothing better than this combination!

Bread Pizza

Ingredients Needed:

  • 4 – Bread Slices
  • 1 cube – Grated Cheese
  • 4 tspΒ – Tomato Sauce
  • Pepper for garnishing

Method to prepare:

  • You can use any type of bread you have. I normally use the sliced bread.
  • Fresh slices can be used as such. Or you can toast it with butter.
  • Heat a pan with little butter. Toast the slices on one side till its crispy.
  • Remove and spread the tomato sauce all over it.
  • Grate the cheese cube and spread the cheese over the sauce.
  • Microwave the slices for a 1 min or till the cheese gets melted.
  • Remove and sprinkle a wee bit of pepper, since it’s for kids, make sure its just a wee bit.
  • Serve with any fresh juice for a perfect and healthy breakfast.

Make a great one for a quick breakfast or any time of the day!

Konda was elated that she was given this treat for an evening snack. Am sure every kid will love this.

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  1. You can use any type of bread you have. I normally use the sliced bread.
  2. Fresh slices can be used as such. Or you can toast it with butter.
  3. Heat a pan with little butter. Toast the slices on one side till its crispy.
  4. Remove and spread the tomato sauce all over it.
  5. Grate the cheese cube and spread the cheese over the sauce.
  6. Microwave the slices for a 1 min or till the cheese gets melted.
  7. Remove and sprinkle a wee bit of pepper, since it’s for kids, make sure its just a wee bit.
  8. Serve with any fresh juice for a perfect and healthy breakfast.
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36 comments

  1. Hi Srivalli,

    Lovely post as usual. I m feeling hungry too..:)

    I guess I m also going to need all these ideas in the near future.

    Take Care,
    Priya

  2. Your enthusiasm continues to amaze me Srivalli – besides hosting all those events, you now have another blog!! πŸ™‚ I love the theme and hope to pop by often.
    These bread pizzas are a favorite with my daughter too.

  3. Hey Sri, this is a beautiful blog too, u wd come up wt kids lunch, bachelor recipes and health food for diabetics, great idea! I often use leftover pizza sauce n moz. cheese, olives,mushroom,tomatoes the next day on bread too, but mw is great idea..i use oven n bake it..my 4 yr old too is choosy n loves every bite of this combo! Tks for sharing!

  4. delicious snack.. nice blog sri, will keep visiting to update my knowledge πŸ™‚
    one advice: if possible also try to include ur personal experiences that u would want us to share…abt u and ur kids.. so that it would be a gr8 help to new moms to be πŸ˜€

  5. And you’ve started another wonderful blog! Beautiful blog with a beautiful name Srivalli! Best wishes on the new blog. Wish many more yummy kids delights in this blog.

  6. Even I like this.I love how practical it is and how comforting it is as well. I imagine that if you have a child this finding comes as a little treasure.I also find that pita bread works pretty well as a pizza base. Have you given it a go.

  7. Great blog! Love the name.
    What a coincidence …just had them last evening. My better half made them for the elder one..who usually runs away from food. He loved it, and so did I πŸ™‚

  8. Hi πŸ™‚
    Thank you for letting me know the new address.

    Talking about bread pizza, I often do something similar in the oven, with sundried tomato pesto, sliced cheese, mushrooms, onions… delicious!

    Have a good day, Margot

  9. Hi Srivalli, your new blog looks lovely. I like how white and clean it looks. Makes the photos pop. And your photos are looking better than ever too.

    Your bread pizza is a quick and clever idea. I sometimes do the same with pitas.

  10. Congrats on your new blog, valli! Nice blog with a nice name! I totally agree with whatever you have told about packing kids’ lunch boxes. My daughter is a very picky eater too and packing her lunch box is the biggest challenge for me.. Your blog will surely help me a lot, and many more for sure.. Looking forward to see yummy ecipes πŸ™‚

  11. Thank you everybody for your warm and wonderful comments. These keep me going. Yes my cooking 4 all seasons will always be there. Thats for my other cooking and events. This blog will focus only on these topics. Hope I will be able to come with interesting things.

    Priya, I was hoping this might help you a little!

    Swati, glad your friend used to make these!

    Thanks for sharing other exciting ideas on making these. Will give them all a try next time.

  12. hi Sri..u have not forgoten me, havent u….been ages since i had been to the blogshphere!!!

    now all back to work n action, but bloggin is still at the backseat…will make a post with snaps of my new baby n all..

    great in having a new blog…and yes, i very much agree with u abt packing lunches and kids meal…it is always a challenge. my older boy goes to playcschool, and even b4 starting, i was just wndering what to pack for him….i mostly try to add some fresh vegie, fruits also with his sandwitch,…like few pieces of watermelon cut in various shapes using a cookie cutter…or something like that…they like to have it n really enjoy it..or dosa cut in shape of stars…hee hee..

    Sri, do keep in touch..in case not thru blogging, but i am always there in orkut..this is my link…

    http://www.orkut.com/Profile.aspx?uid=12583494853894044697

    bye n take care,
    rgds,
    sona

  13. My daughter also tends to get bored with food if variety is missing, but pizza by any name is always acceptable.:)
    Nice blog here. Will you continue at the other one?

  14. I have never tries making bread pizza but after looking at the pics posted by you, Iam definitely going to try it. I liked your first blog and I love this one too… All the best Sri….

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