Glamour Girl Antipasti Pizza

Maybe it was taking my grandson Noah to a matinee to see The Adventures of Tintin yesterday or spending a few days with him and an overnight with his brother JD last week but it started me thinking about having all three of them for New Year’s Eve and what, of course, we’re going to eat.  Thank you Martha Stewart Recipes for being a great source of holiday ideas and for a creative recipe for Antipasti Pizza.  I think mini pizzas make a nice appetizer for grown ups but it doesn’t take too much effort to have a little fun with these guys to give them personality and a sense of humor.  Glamour girl was sort of an accident but with her big luscious red lips, Gucci sunglasses and a thin wedge of artichoke sliding off her puffy face, I think she looks pretty good.

This guy on top looks a little goofy with his eyes both on one side, almost a look alike for Elmo.  By the way try to see The Adventures of Tintin over the holiday vacation, it is such a creative action movie and we both loved it.  This guy below definitely looks bummed out and also a little like a fish.

I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season and a very Happy New Year!

Ingredients and Directions for Antipasti Pizza
Adapted from Martha Stewart Recipes

1 Pound prepared pizza dough (I used Williams Sonoma Recipe for pizza dough made in a food processor)
2 Tablespoons olive oil
Sea salt and ground black pepper
1 Cup shredded mozzarella cheese
1/2 Cup pitted halved nicoise olives
1/2 Cup marinated artichoke hearts, sliced in thin wedges
1/2 Cup oil packed sun dried tomatoes, cut into strips

Preheat the oven to 450F degrees

Drizzle a few teaspoons of olive oil on two rimmed baking sheets and brush to lightly coat the sheets.  Divide the pizza dough into 32 pieces by first dividing into 4 equal pieces and rolling into ropes.  Cut each rope into 8 small pieces and flatten into round pizza shapes with the palm of your hand on a lightly floured counter.  Place pizzas on the baking sheets and brush with the remaining olive oil.  Season with sea salt and black pepper.  Divide up the olives, artichoke hearts and sun dried tomato strips on the mini pizza rounds.  Place a large pinch of shredded mozzarella on top of each one.
Pop the trays in the hot oven and bake until the cheese is bubbling and the dough is golden brown, especially on the bottoms- about 12-14 minutes.

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  1. Glamour Girl is laughing at the other mini pizzas, knowing she is THAT much more fabulous than they are! You crack me up, Patty–great post! Enjoy your time with your family!

  2. Ha – this is too fun! What a good Grandma :-)

    Have a great holiday.

  3. These little pizzas look wonderful, and so much fun for kids! Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas, Patty!

  4. LOL at glamor girl! I think your grandchildren will have a blast with this recipe…and I'm kind of wishing these gems were in my kitchen for lunch!!! Merry Christmas! xo

  5. Hey Patty – I just saw this same recipe on Martha a few minutes ago and then popped to your site. I bet they were divine! Hope you have hubby and family have a wonderful holiday! Let's plan a get together in the new year!!

  6. Excelente receta para una cena navideña,abrazos y feliz navidad junto a su familia,abrazos hugs,hugs.

  7. Ain't they just cute!
    Wishing you and yours a Blessed and Merry Christmas, Patty!

  8. Since Christmas Eve, I haven't had a chance to go around visiting all my favorite blogs, so I apologize for not stopping by to wish you…Merry Christmas, Patty!

    Your cute little Glamor Girl pizza bites are adorable, and I love how you decorated it. Love the recipe, as well!

  9. These appetizers are so cute! Happy holidays to you too, and much happiness in the New Year.

  10. Those are so cute. And they sound delicious.
    Hope you had a marvelous Christmas :-)

  11. These are such perfect little appetizers! They look so delicious. Hope your Christmas was merry and wishing you a Happy Healthy New Year!

  12. Who could resist these?! Very cute!

  13. How funny, these are adorable and I bet quite delicious :)

  14. That is so cute!! I am seeing a whole line of Patty's Personality Pizzas here, hmm?

  15. This is very creative!

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