Pizza Bones #SundaySupper

♪ ♫ Them bones,them bones…♫ ♪ them tasty bones!
pizza bones and sauce

This week the Sunday Supper Group is scaring up some Halloween menu ideas for your party from cocktails to sweet treats and everything in between. I’m a big fan of Halloween. I love seeing the costumes and dressing up myself on occasion! Trick or treat usually meant coming home with tons of candy to sort through before letting my daughter eat a thing. What torture! I used to keep a treat or two in my pocket to let her have between houses to appease her. ;)

I made Pizza Bones for our virtual Halloween Party! These are very simple to make and cook in about 15 to 20 minutes. Thank you, Kathia from
Basic N Delicious for hosting our party!

Pizza Bones

Ingredients

  • 1 package pizza dough or homemade dough
  • 1 package mozzarella string cheese sticks, I used the “light” ones
  • 1/2 lb luncheon meat, I used turkey pastrami and pepperoni
  • 1 jar of your favorite pizza sauce

Roll pizza dough into a large rectangle and cut into 4 strips. Cut cheese sticks in half and space them a few inches apart on the dough strip.

pizza bones bare

Wrap the cheese with your choice of meat if desired. Cut between the bones leaving enough room to pinch dough shut around filling.

pizza bones pastrami

Bake at 450 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes until dough is done and cheese is melted.

pizza bones close up
Serve with your favorite pizza sauce!

Scary, fun and tasty Halloween ideas from the Sunday Supper Group!

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SWEETS AND DESSERTS

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APPETIZER, MAIN MEALS

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40 Responses to Pizza Bones #SundaySupper

  1. This is a super fun and tasty recipe. Thank you for sharing.
    kathia Rodriguez recently posted..Welcome To Our Spookiest Halloween Party #SundaySupperMy Profile

  2. What a fun mom you are, Cindy. Your bones er, look so bony! And tasty =)

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  13. These would be a big hit on pizza night at our house. I bet they would work with crescent dough too!
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  14. Every halloween party needs some pizza bones!
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  15. What a great recipe! My Husband would go bonkers over it!! Love the Skeleton Dance!!
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  16. This is such a cute idea!
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  17. Well now…THAT needs to get made tonight!
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  18. How fun! It sounds delicious too!
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  19. Liz says:

    What a fun, festive idea! Your “bones” sound delicious!!!!
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  21. Katy says:

    What a great savoury idea for Halloween!

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  24. What a fun and delicious recipe! Perfect for Halloween parties!
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  25. What a cool way to eat pizza! And no messy drippings…
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  26. Shaina says:

    This is fun idea for an appetizer for a Halloween party!
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  28. Tara says:

    Fun and easy Halloween treat!!

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  30. Renee says:

    Now this is something I could munch on all Halloween night. It would go perfectly with a glass or three of wine!
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  31. Ahh pizza dough… is there anything it CAN’T do?
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  32. OMG, if I went to a Halloween party and saw these there, I would eat like 50 of them :) hahaha.
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