Spiderweb Pizza Snacks Recipe

Spiderweb Pizza Snacks Recipe

 

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My kids always come home from school hungry. Since it’s almost October, I thought it would be fun to share a little after school snack we like to make.

You can also think of this on a bigger scale with a full sized pizza and several spiders.

The kids love to make them and they are creepy fun to eat!

INGREDIENTS
Pizza Sauce
Round Crackers, Sandwich Slim Buns and/or Pita Breads
String Mozzarella Cheese
Black Olives


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DIRECTIONS

Preheat oven to 375.
If using slim buns, seperate the halves.
Take your pizza bases (cracker, bun or pita) and cover with pizza sauce.
Take string cheese and open and pull into strings.
Take 4 strings and lay across the base like you would cut a pizza.
Cut more strings into smaller pieces to go across each “slice” of the pizza.
To make a spider, cut the ends off of 2 olives one slightly large than the other.
These 2 will be the head and body.
Cut 2 slices off of the already cut olive and cut those slices in half to make legs for the spider. I only made 4 legs, feel free to make 8.
Place on spider on each pizza.
Place on cookie sheet and bake until cheese is melted (about 10 minutes).
You can optionally put eyes on the spider by dipping a toothpick in mustard and touching it to the head.

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There you have it! Super creepy but awesomely fun spiderweb pizza snacks!

Perfect for after school or a finger food for a Halloween party

4.9 from 13 reviews
Spiderweb Pizza Snacks Recipe
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Ingredients
  • Pizza Sauce
  • Round Crackers, Sandwich Slim Buns and/or Pita Breads
  • String Mozzarella Cheese
  • Black Olives
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375.
  2. If using slim buns, seperate the halves.
  3. Take your pizza bases (cracker, bun or pita) and cover with pizza sauce.
  4. Take string cheese and open and pull into strings.
  5. Take 4 strings and lay across the base like you would cut a pizza.
  6. Cut more strings into smaller pieces to go across each "slice" of the pizza.
  7. To make a spider, cut the ends off of 2 olives one slightly large than the other.
  8. These 2 will be the head and body.
  9. Cut 2 slices off of the already cut olive and cut those slices in half to make legs for the spider.
  10. Place on spider on each pizza.
  11. Place on cookie sheet and bake until cheese is melted (about 10 minutes).
  12. You can optionally put eyes on the spider by dipping a toothpick in mustard and touching it to the head.

 

Comments

  1. This is adorable and looks so easy! I tried spider web cookies (Martha Stewart) which were a major fail, but this is simple!

  2. Dandi D says:

    That would be a really fun lunch to make for my son!

  3. Karen Glatt says:

    What a cute snack idea for October and for Halloween. I would like to make this for my niece and nephew! Thanks for the recipe.

  4. shelly peterson says:

    these are the cutest snacks, that my son would certainly enjoy. He is always hungry after school like most kids are. These will be fun to make.

  5. Nicole says:

    Loving all these fun recipes for Halloween! Love the olive as the spider. So fun!

  6. Richard Hicks says:

    How cute! Certainly would be great for a party

  7. Sarah L says:

    Fun, quick and easy. Good things for an afternoon snack or an appetizer.

  8. James Robert says:

    This is something the kids would love but I must say, I’d never have the patience to spend doing this for all my kids. I kind of just throw things together quick.

  9. Sarah Hayes says:

    we love pizza so this would be the perfect snack for us. this is adorable

  10. Darlene Jones-Nelson says:

    A great way for the kids to enjoy a meal at Halloween! Easy also!

  11. Christina G. says:

    These are so cute, and look easy enough to make. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Robin Wilson says:

    Those are not only cute, but I bet they taste really good too. It would be a great snack to make with the kids. My niece would have a blast making these!

  13. Jessica Pinkard says:

    My kids will absolutely love this! So cute and a little creepy with the “spider” in the web.

  14. Lydia Lay Clark says:

    How adorable and easy. My daughter loves string cheese and we make english muffin pizzas pretty regularly. Love this!

  15. tanya holland says:

    This would make a great after school snack. It is so cute.

  16. Birdiebee says:

    What a great snack just in time for Halloween. I love this idea and so will the kids.

  17. Anne says:

    What a great idea! In particular, I really like the idea of using the sandwich thins as a pizza base. I might leave out the spidery part (being a grown-up and all) and make these for lunch. Thanks!

  18. Maria Iemma says:

    This is so perfect! I will be making these for my grand kids for lunch this coming Saturday.

  19. Shannon says:

    This is a super fun recipe. Thank you for sharing.

  20. Shakeia Rieux says:

    What a cute snack!My nephew would enjoy making this!

  21. Christina Strapp Lambert says:

    These are really cute! I make these all the time for my family but never this way.

  22. I love that we can make this from string cheese! So clever. And easy.

  23. Dezi A says:

    Love the idea of doing them on crackers! How simple and yummy!!

  24. What a super fun idea! I am going to make this with my kids next weekend as a spooky lunch.

  25. Jeane Campbell says:

    Oh, that was clever using the string cheese.! Never saw it coming. Will use this fun idea.

  26. Jeane Campbell says:

    Showed my daughter this post and she loved it also! Good job. Great idea.

  27. Sarah Matos says:

    I love the olive spider! Wonder what else I could use to make a spider, my girls arent fans of olives.

  28. CR Williams says:

    You have such unique ideas! Thanks for sharing!

  29. Wendy Jabkowski says:

    This is a great idea! My Spiderman-loving little guy would love this!

  30. Margot C says:

    How cute is that! We too have made various types of string cheese art because truly it begs for it.

  31. Sarah Matos says:

    Very cool! My girls would love making these.

  32. CR Williams says:

    You always come up with such creative recipes!

  33. rochelle haynes says:

    This looks good like to try this

  34. Karen Propes says:

    I just love neat things to cook for the kids on Halloween. This is a quick meal before Trick or Treating. It’s hard enough to get them to eat anyway, their excitement is over the top. Thanks I have a plan now.

  35. Elena says:

    This looks cool. I love this Halloween idea

  36. Tamra Phelps says:

    I watch my nephews most days, after school, & they always come in hungry. These would be a big hit even if Halloween is over. The olive spider is a nice touch, lol.

  37. G K says:

    These are so cute! I’ll have to try these!

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