Halloween Party Food: Mummy Calzone

We continue today with our Halloween Party Food! By taking a simple pizza recipe and transforming it a bit, we created this fun Mummy Calzone!

We used the same bread machine pizza dough recipe that we used to make the Homemade Pizza Pockets. It’s quick and easy. I really need to use my bread machine more.

You can certainly add whatever pizza toppings your family likes, we used pepperoni, sausage and cheese. Let me show you how we made “George”…

After the dough is done in the bread machine, roll it out on a floured surface, trying to roll it into a rectangle shape. Add your pizza sauce down the middle and then your toppings. Leave a small space at the top for the face and add a couple black olives for the eyes.

Add the cheese

Then using a small spatula as your guide, cut the dough along the edge with a sharp knife.

Time to wrap your Mummy!

George is all wrapped and ready to hop on the baking sheet and head to the oven. To make this a little easier, we used large spatulas and slipped them under the Mummy and transferred him to the baking sheet. You could also place the dough on the baking sheet, add your toppings, cut and wrap him. Place him in a pre-heated 350 F degree oven and bake for 20 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.

And in case you missed them…check out the fun Frankie Appetizers we shared yesterday!

And we got the Halloween Party started with these Candy Corn Invitations!

Be sure to join us tomorrow as we share Halloween Veggie Witchy Poo!

Linking to…$5 Dinner Challenge

Comments

  1. Those mummies are absolutely adorable! I think I can make these! I also use my bread machine for pizza dough and bread, of course, and my sauce is almost the same as yours!

  2. LOVE this!! I’m sure my boys will not only get a kick out of it but actually like it since it’s pizza :) Thanks for sharing & I’m definitely going to make this for Halloween!

  3. Love the idea Liz!! Gonna make a few for our halloween party!!! Just one quick question how long you bake it and at what temp? Thanks

    • Wow! I am so sorry I forgot to give that info.

      Tiffany, you will want to bake at 350 F for 20 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.

  4. Ok….I MADE this for Halloween & my boys LOVED how it looked & most importantly LOVED how it tasted :) Thanks again for a FUN recipe!!

  5. Love this Ive been planning my two sons birthday party and haven’t found thing that is versatile yet Halloween-ish for the main dish! This is perfect!

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