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Cheese and ham mini tortilla pizza


These mini pizzas are quick and simple to make. Children of any age will be able to join in the assembly. Here's how to make a cheese and ham mini tortilla pizza but you could try any topping from shredded chicken to sweetcorn. Why not create your own name for your combination.

Time: 10 minutes preparation, 5 minutes cooking and a few moments to eat.
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Tortilla wraps
Tomato purée
Cheddar cheese
Ham
Cherry tomatoes
Basil leaves

Method
Grate the cheese, rip up the ham and slice the tomatoes then put in bowls for your child.
Place a tortilla wrap on a baking tray, it's easier to assemble on the tray than to try and move it after you have made the pizza.
Squirt some tomato purée on the tortilla and let your child use the back of a spoon to spread it out.



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Sprinkle over the grated cheese



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Cheddar cheese is easy as it grates well and melts quickly but you could try some slices of mozzarella too for a more authentic topping


Now it's time for toppings, a little ham, some slices of cherry tomatoes and a few basil leaves.



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What's your favourite pizza combination


Pop in a preheated oven at 180 degrees (fan) for 5 minutes.

You can try lots of different toppings and it's a great way to involve a fussy eater in making a meal. Grown ups will love these mini pizzas too.

As they're so quick to cook, these would also make a fun activity for a birthday party. Lay out bowls with lots of different toppings and then each child can make their own pizza.

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Neat idea. The child is more likely to eat a pizza he helped to make.
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