I love my Little Dipper and am always trying to come up with new ways to use it. This Pizza Fondue tastes just like you think it should -- it's all your favorite flavors in one beautiful melty fondue!
Day 365, take two.
I was annoyed with the white bean soup with fennel and spinach I made for dinner, but had all the stuff in the house to make a pizza fondue.
So I did.
I used the Little Dipper because I puffy heart LOVE it, but you could use an oven-safe dish inside a regular crockpot to create a smaller cooking vessel.
Or you could increase the quantities.
1 cup pasta sauce (my sauce had chunked mushrooms, it was perfect)
1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
10 pieces pepperoni, diced
1 cup shredded cheese (I used a combo of mozzarella, cheddar, and swiss)
Count out 10 pieces of pepperoni. Then eat the rest of the package.
Put the pasta sauce into your Little Dipper, and plug it in. Add the Italian seasoning and diced pepperoni.
Shove in the cup of shredded cheese.
I promise it will fit.
Cover and leave plugged in (there are no heat settings on a Little Dipper) for 45 min or so.
Stir well and serve with tortilla chips, bread sticks, or crustini.
Use 6 slices or so of your favorite bread. We are gluten free, so I use GF bread.
Cut the bread into strips -- you'll get 3-4 strips per piece of bread.
Lightly brush olive oil on to the bread strips.
Sprinkle with kosher salt and pepper.
Bake at 400 degrees for about 15 min, flipping once half-way through.
This was great. We spread out a blanket in front of the TV and had a carpet picnic with the pizza fondue and watched Redbox dvds.
How come I didn't know about redbox earlier?
Having a fondue party?
you really should.
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