Tortilla pizzas are a super easy meal that kids can make themselves!
We love using leftover wheat homemade tortillas, but storebought ones are fine.
These are great to make when we travel or during PCS season when our household goods are all packed up and shipped. They’re easy and don’t require much prep or equipment.
It’s super easy with all-natural breakfast sausage and a shredded Italian cheese blend. We always have those on hand.
You can add more toppings, but these simple tortilla pizzas are just super easy and crowd pleasers.
My 10-year-old daughter, Katie, loves to make these for herself and her siblings for lunches or snacks.
We had three storebought tortillas, just enough for a light lunch. The homemade ones don’t last long around here!
Kraft cheese isn’t ever my first choice, but it’s what’s available to us from the commissary and melts better than other choices from either the commissary or German stores.
Katie lovingly spreads the sauce on the tortillas. She’s so much more careful than I’d be!
She evenly distributes the sausage.
She puts on just enough cheese.
I love the height of my oven, that makes it easy to get pans in and out!
She sets our retro timer for 10 minutes.
And then: delicious, melty tortilla pizzas!
I like mine with onions and peppers.
I imagine trying lots of fun new flavors. These could great appetizers for a party too!
The crispy tortilla crust is amazing.
It’s hardly a recipe with only 4 or so ingredients…
- 4 tortillas
- 4 T pizza sauce
- 3 oz sausage
- 4 oz Italian cheese
- Preheat oven to 400*
- Brown sausage in a pan.
- Spread pizza sauce on tortillas. Sprinkle sausage on. Spread cheese on top.
- Bake in oven for about 10 minutes.