People tend to say there’s no such thing as “too much pizza.” That changes when you find yourself with several half-empty boxes the next day. If you find yourself in this position, don’t fret! We’re showing off three ways to help give those extra pizza slices a fresh revival.
Amazing Breakfast Pizza
If you’re running low on milk and cereal, use that leftover pizza for a good breakfast. Take one pizza slice and make a nice hole in its center. After you’re done placing an egg in the center, put it in the oven for 25 minutes. Make sure to have the temperature at 400°F. When it’s done, you’re set to have a hearty meal before the morning commute.
Still engaging in this culinary lunacy. Still blame, I mean thank, @sloppyjoethesandwich for the idea. Props to @doubledavesx pizza of the month, the Naughty Dave. Served with a dab of blue cheese dressing and attempted smiley out of Tabasco sriracha. So good! #breakfast #eggs #pizzahack #makersgonnamake #yum
Crazy Idea For Soup
Soup lovers can truly adore this recipe. Chop up a crustless pizza slice into tiny cubes; make sure the cheese part is fixated on the inside. Fry these cubes in a pan for three minutes while you’re heating the tomato soup. After three minutes have passed, flip them over to cook for another few minutes. At the end, drop these cubes in the soup, and you’re good to go.
When All Else Fails
Grilled cheese sandwiches can be seen as a last resort, but with pizza slices, they’re supremely delectable. Just place two pizza slices on top of each other and grill them. You can even add another layer of cheese between the slices. There’s a good chance that Elmer Fudd will discard it for not being pure grilled cheese.
These recipes would also be perfect if you’re inviting a group of friends for a party. After you’re done trying them out for yourself, you might want to keep this for yourself.