White Trash Wednesday – Triscuit Pizza

triscuit pizza

Those my friends are what I like to call cracker sized bites of heaven. I wish I could take credit for them, but I swear my sister told me years ago that these little beauties are a part of the Sugar Busters diet. Then again, I could be wrong. It could be in fact that my sister is a genius put on earth to make up wonderfully delightfully white trashy recipes just for me to enjoy.

Or not.

Either way, I eat these. I’m not ashamed to admit it either. Because see, here’s the thing…on the weekends I never have lunch type foods around. Don’t ask me why. But I do always have Triscuits and cheese. And on the ever so rare occasion (which isn’t so rare), I have pizza sauce and pepperoni slices. What? That’s normal, right?

So making these for a meal is easy.

It requires four whole ingredients.

pizza sauce (don’t skimp, get the Ragu Pizza Sauce)
pepperoni – turkey or regular
Triscuits – I actually only use, I mean eat, the reduced fat ones. Really, when you’re eating cardboard, there’s no difference in taste.
shredded mozzarella

To make:
Lay out your Triscuits on a baking sheet.
Top with the sauce (as little or as much as you’d like)
Add the cheese
Finish with a slice of pepperoni

Bake at 350 for 7-10 minutes or until your cheese has melted and the pepperoni starts to look crispy.
But be careful…as Amy put it, that sauce will be hotter than magma.



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16 responses to “White Trash Wednesday – Triscuit Pizza

  1. pajamadays

    I seriously think I want this for breakfast. Yum!

  2. Girl, this was a staple in college. Toaster oven AND budget friendly.

  3. rhooby

    pepperoni on a shizkit? hmmm… maybe you’ll need to make it for me.

  4. Amy

    I used to eat these all the time! Sometimes I didn’t have the sauce so it was lunch meat topped with cheese then toasted. You’re right about the low-fat triscuits, too. I can’t tell the difference.

    Thanks for the shout-out, too. You spoil me!

  5. mairzeebp

    I would carry pepperoni in my pocket on a daily basis if I could. Love the recipe. I do the same thing with little bagels as well although there is something about the crunch of a triscuit :). Maybe a bunch of us could get together and invent some kind of fashion forward refrigerated belt bag…we could then carry around the fixins for these beauties everywhere…or is that too much?

  6. I love appetizer Saturdays!

  7. Molly

    Oh, I love it.

    I think I will have to skip on the pepperoni cause I am not a fan of pork. I should do a blog post on my weird food issues one day!

    Anything on a triscuit rocks!

  8. I’ve actually made these many times, just minus the toasting (which I will immediately start doing).

    @Molly — try the Turkey Pepperoni. It’s a delicious sub and, quite frankly, I can’t even tell the difference.

  9. This looks really creative and easy to make. Great recipe.

  10. Cracker-sized crack!! I love triscuits!! So addicting…

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