During the holidays — and all year long — I try to remember the kids when we’re going to, or hosting, a party. I remember going to family gatherings and loving the appetizer spreads, but I also remember going to some parties and being so disappointed because there was nothing I wanted to eat.
I want my kids to love going to see family all year long, so when I bring appetizers or snacks to a party, I make sure to bring something I know they’ll like, too.
These tasty mini Triscuit pizza appetizers are simple to throw together — you can even make them ahead of time and pop them into your host’s microwave or oven when you get there. And, since they’re a cinch to customize, all the kids will flip for them.
Ready to make some mini Triscuit pizza appetizers?
Mini Triscuit Pizza Appetizers
I grabbed our ingredients at a local store, but I’ve linked to them below so you can order from Amazon if you’re a prime member, and get them without even leaving the house!
What You Need to Make Simple Triscuit Mini Pizza Appetizers
1 cup shredded cheese
1/2 cup tomato sauce
1 teaspoon hot sauce
Herbs of choices (salt and pepper included)
Pizza toppings of choice
How to Make Simple Triscuit Mini Pizza Appetizers
Mix the hot sauce and your desired herbs into your tomato sauce.
Spread your Triscuit crackers on a microwave-safe plate.
Place 1/2 teaspoon of the tomato sauce on each cracker, followed by a sprinkle of cheese.
Top your Triscuits with your chosen pizza toppings and then heat for 20-30 seconds, until cheese has melted.
Isn’t this such a simple appetizer? Your kids are going to love helping you make them, and they might even become your busy afternoon go-to snack. I know that my kids will love any snack I give them that has “pizza” in the name!
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