Bread Pizza

Servings :

A quick and easy version of mini-pizzas, where the base is actually a slice of bread! Couldn't get simpler, especially when you want a yummy treat for your family and don't have the time or energy to knead the dough from scratch.


  • bread slices (you can use whole-wheat/brown bread, or plain white bread)
  • pizza sauce (recipe link below)
  • toppings (suggestions below)
  • mozzarella & cheddar cheese, grated


Preheat your oven at 170 C.

Lay out your bread slices on a baking tray. Apply a thin layer of pizza sauce on each slice. Recipe of sauce here: Pizza Sauce

Sprinkle a little bit of cheese on top of the pizza sauce. I used mozzarella. This helps the topping to 'grip' to the base, so you won't have topping that falls off your pizza.

Then add whatever topping you like on the slices. I used this one: Spicy Chicken Filling

You can include additional toppings if you like, I added slices of onion, some extra capsicum strips, sweet corn, pineapple chunks.

Finally, sprinkle some more cheese and drizzle a little bit of ketchup on top.

Bake until the cheese is melted. Remember, the bread is already cooked, so they don't need to bake too long. It should take around 10 minutes or so, keep an eye on them and get them out when the cheese is all melted and slightly golden.

I mostly use my oven toaster to make these quick pizzas, saves on a lot of energy as opposed to baking them in an oven.

Let them cool slightly on a rack so the bases stay nice and crisp.

Enjoy your quickie pizza-fix!

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  • Hi!!!I am in shaw ‘s allah
    Hi!!!I am in shaw ‘s allah,planning to make dis tomo…I was wondering,with d quantity of d filling u have mentioned,hw many bread pizzas can v make?
    I wud also lyk to add,it recipes are truly lovely..May Allah bless u for sharing ur ideas with us !!thank u!!!

  • Salam fouzia..i have tried ur
    Salam fouzia..i have tried ur many rcpies n all turned fantastic…but when i made this quick fix pizza for my inlaws last week but aah it didnt turn out perfect…i used gase oven n grilled them..i layed them on greased tray but they were soaggy from the bottom..dnt know why..when i toaseted them on stove tbey became hard. Plz tell me why its happened

  • Assalamualaikum i try ur
    Assalamualaikum i try ur recipies all r so gud n tasty but till now i cant make any baking recipies of urs which all i wanna make. I ve simple microwave. Plz help m which kind of oven i shud buy to make all ur recipies.

    • W/Salaam, I always prefer an
      W/Salaam, I always prefer an electric oven with a gas stove-top. Baking turns out best in electric ovens whilst pot/pan cooking always is easier on a gas burner. Make sure the brand of oven you select is one that has warranty and is recognised, a good investment in a good oven could save you decades of agony as opposed to buying a cheaper make and having to replace it within a few years. Make sure you get a fan-assisted oven, speeds up baking and makes sure heat is evenly distributed in the oven. Also, check that the oven has a grill/broiler, this will be handy for browning the tops of such things as buns/cakes/naans etc. Get a spacious oven that can take at least 2 eight inch cake pans side by side with about 1 inch space all around. All the best! 🙂

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