7/31 | Pizza In a Mug

Who doesn’t love pizza? I know I do. It’s probably my favorite food. I enjoy learning how to make different pizza recipes but sometimes I just want the greasy mass made pizza from my local pizza place. On the other hand, I do have my moments when I’m searching for a more unique way to enjoy my pizza. The biggest issue is that I can’t eat a whole one by myself so I end up reheating it for days. Then I thought, why not make a personal mug meal! Today I’m excited to show you how I created my own version of Pizza In a Mug. It’s the best easy pizza recipe and it only feeds one person so you don’t waste any cheesy goodness.

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Pizza In a Mug

  • Refrigerated Large Biscuit Dough
  • Pizza Sauce
  • Mozzarella Cheese
  • Mini Pepperonis (or regular ones cut up)
  • Microwavable Safe Mug
  • Non-Stick Cooking Spray

  1. The first thing you need to do is grease your mug with non-stick spray. Then open your biscuit dough and place one uncooked biscuit in the bottom of the mug. Microwave for 30 seconds.
  2. Once that’s finished spoon in some pizza sauce, cheese, and all your favorite toppings on top of the partially cooked dough. The biggest reason I didn’t add measurements to the ingredients is that everyone is different. I like a lot of sauce on my pizza but you might not. Just add the sauce and toppings however you like.
  3. Now that you’ve added all your toppings, pop the mug back into the microwave for 1 minute.
  4. You can stop there and enjoy your mug pizza, or you can double up. Follow steps 1-3 again repeating the process on top of your first pizza layer. It’s worth it, I promise!
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Pizza In a Mug

You can’t tell me that doesn’t look delicious. I love how this yummy personal pizza turned out. I also love that since I bought all of these ingredients I can make several more mug pizzas fresh whenever I want! These would be a great after-school snack idea for kids to help make as well. I hope you enjoyed this recipe as much as my belly did!

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