So you thought my Rice Krispie Pudding Balls we’re easy?… well here’s a recipe that’s even easier!
You may be thinking, I’m sure I’ve read a post that’s similar to this one and you’d be right. A couple of months ago I shared with you my Pizza Pinwheels recipe which Is almost identical to this one but I wanted to share this recipe with you regardless.
Now if you know me, you’ll know my all time favourite meal is pizza. I’d have pizza for breakfast, lunch and dinner if I could and it’s something I’ll never get bored of.
Over the years I’ve tried many different pizza meals, including pizza itself but also meals like pizza subway, pizza sandwiches etc so when I thought of the idea to make Christmas tree pizza’s, I just knew I had to share the recipe with you guys.
5 ingredients… 5 ingredients is all it takes to make these! Crazy right? Possibly the quickest, easiest bake I’ve ever done and I know you guys are gonna love the outcome!
Ingredients You Need:
- Ready-To-Roll Puff Pastry
- Bag Of Grated Cheese
- One Tube Of Tomato Purée
- Garlic Granules
- One Onion, Diced
How To Make Christmas Tree Pizzas:
- Firstly, gather together your ingredients and equipment, line two baking trays with parchment paper and preheat your oven 200C / 400F / Gas Mark 6.
- Secondly, on a lightly floured surface, turn out your read-to-roll puff pastry and roll out. (TIP: don’t roll the pastry to thin as it’ll tear, you want it a happy medium).
- Once you’ve rolled the pastry out, using a Christmas tree cutter, cut out as many trees as you possibly can (TIP: if there’s any left over pastry, roll that out and cut more tree’s), place the trees onto the baking tray.
- Next, using a spoon, spread the tomato purée over the trees.
- Then, sprinkle on top of the purée lots of cheese, the diced onion and sprinkle the garlic granules over the top.
- Place your Christmas trees into the oven for around 8-10 minutes, until pastry is golden brown.
That’s your Christmas Tree, Puff Pastry Pizza’s prepared, cooked and ready for you to enjoy!
Is this not just the perfect snack?
Every year without fail my auntie on Christmas Eve will put on a huge Christmas buffet and it’s filled with cheese boards, festive sandwiches, nibbly bits etc and I can just imagine these centre stage on a Christmas buffet table. It just fits with the whole vibe.
Let me know in the comments below or on my social media platforms if you got baking these yourself this festive season and wether you enjoyed them or not… mind you.. how couldn’t you love these?!
Sending tons of love and hugs to you all as always,