English Muffin Pizzas are easy to make and fun to eat. For Halloween, I like to get into the holiday spirit and make mini mummy pizzas. They are just so cute, plus they are vegan and gluten free! But of course you can make your pizzas look however you want. After all, English Muffin Pizzas taste great all year!
Even though I don’t have children, I have always loved cute Halloween foods. It’s so hard to resist anything with googly eyes! While I am by no means an expert at making creative festive foods, these pizzas are really easy to make. And your kids can get involved, too!
English Muffin Pizzas require only a few ingredients:
- Food For Life Gluten Free Brown Rice English Muffins (vegan), which I buy at Whole Foods or Sprouts.
- Pizza sauce, homemade or store bought. I like Whole Foods 365 Organic.
- Green pimento stuffed olives, which I usually buy at Trader Joe’s.
- Vegan cheese slices, such as Daiya Provolone Style slices, which I used. And they are round, which works really well for this recipe.
How cute is this English Muffin Pizza?!
Besides mummies, you could make jack-o-lanterns, witches, ghosts, or whatever you can imagine!
Now let’s get this party started with English Muffin Pizzas!
English Muffin Pizzas: Vegan Mummies
- 1 package English muffins (Gluten Free) such as Food For Life Brown Rice English muffins
- 1 jar pizza sauce
- 1 small handful green pimento-stuffed olives sliced
- 1 package vegan cheese slices such as Daiya Provolone Style Slices
- Pre-heat the oven to 400 degrees F.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Split each English muffin with a fork, and place on the baking sheet with the insides facing up.
- Place a dollop of pizza sauce on each muffin. Smooth out the sauce in a thin layer using the back of a spoon.
- Place two olive slices on each muffin for the eyes.
- Slice the cheese slices into quarter-inch ribbons. Carefully place the cheese ribbons on the pizza to look like mummies. Use the widest ribbons in the middle. You can slightly overlap a ribbon with the olive eyes to make sure they stay on the pizzas.
- Bake the mini pizzas for 8 to 12 minutes, until cheese looks melted and the muffins are hot on the bottom.
Wait, are you looking for more pizza recipes?
Check out how to throw a Plant-Based Pizza Party!
And for more Halloween ideas, I recommend purchasing The Ghoulish Gourmet by Kathy Hester. It’s my favorite Halloween cookbook!
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