Almost every week Yuri, my son, makes something for dinner. Sometimes without help from me or Paul, other times with some help from us. This was such a recipe that required no help from us. He picks the recipes himself and since he’s a fan of pizza he chose this bread pizza from the “Kinderkookboek” (Kids cooking book). My first cookbook, which I got for my 9th Birthday. It’s still being used to this day. The cookbook has all really easy, short recipes inside.
The bread pizza dough in this recipe is simply slices of bread. The bread is topped with cheese, tomato and bell pepper. Added to make it extra special is egg and grated cheese. Easy Peasy. Yuri only needed a bit of help with the oven.
If you want another pizza recipe, but not a bread pizza recipe, then check out the Cheeseburger Stuffed Pizza, Pizza with Duck and Plum Sauce, Greek Pizza or the Oatmealpizza with grilled eggplant and anchovy. If you’re not looking for a pizza, but for a pie, then have a look at this Kurnik – Russian Dome Pie Recipe.
It’s a really easy to follow recipe. Written in clear language for kids. We replaced a yellow bell pepper with a green one. Yuri used only 1 tomato instead of 2. He also doubled the slices of cheese to 8. We omitted the parsley.
Comment below if you’re going to try it out, if you have any questions and tag #cosetteiscookin when you post pictures on your socials.
Allergies: gluten, wheat, lactose, dairy, tomato, bell pepper, egg.
4 slices of white bread
8 slices of cheese
½ yellow bell pepper
3 tablespoons milk
50 grams grated cheese
Place slices of bread in a casserole dish. Top with slices of cheese.
Slice the tomato. Cut the bell pepper in strips. Top the cheese with the tomato and bell pepper.
Mix the egg with milk. Stir the grated cheese through it. Pour over the bread evenly. Sprinkle with a bit of salt and pepper.
Bake in a preheated 220°C/107°F oven for 20 minutes.
- Recipe source is the cookbook “Kinderkookboek”.
- Enough for 4 persons for lunch or breakfast.
- You can sprinkle with parsley also, when adding the salt and pepper.