Single Serve Pizzas

Mini Pizzas

This recipe isn’t technically mine, but I’ve made it super easy to make two single serve (or one “personal pan” size) pizzas. That way, you can make one for your baby and one for yourself.

Basically you need 2-4 ingredients (depending on the sort of flour you have), plus the toppings. It takes 5 minutes to put together, plus 10 minutes to bake. Altogether, less than 20 minutes, unless you have to prep any of your toppings (like cook bacon or shred cheese).

Mini Pizzas

Makes 2 small (or 1 personal pan) pizzas; good 6 months and up (see notes!)


  • 3 tbsp all-purpose flour*
  • 2 tbsp plain Greek yogurt**
  • pinch of salt
  • pinch of baking powder

*If you use self-rising flour, then there’s no need for the salt and baking powder.
**You can use full-fat or non-fat yogurt. Both will work just fine. But full-fat is always preferred for babies, so use that if you can find it!


  1. Preheat your oven to 450F.
  2. In a small bowl, use a fork or your hands to mix all the ingredients. You may need a pinch more flour, if it sticks to your hands. 
  3. Flour a metal baking dish or baking sheet, and press the dough into the dish/onto the sheet. (I used the dough to make two tiny pizzas.)
  4. Spread your toppings: sauce, cheese, meats, vegetables, etc.
  5. Bake for 10 minutes.
  6. Let it cool, slice, and serve.


  • Grains and tomatoes (sauce) and yogurt/cheese (dairy) are potential causes for concern. 
  • If baby has a gluten intolerance, use a gluten-free flour!
  • If baby has a dairy intolerance/allergy, use a soy or coconut-based yogurt. And you can use a dairy-free cheese, OR don’t use cheese at all! You can put cheese only on yours!
  • If baby has an issue with tomatoes (or if you’d rather avoid it), make a pesto or green sauce instead of a tomato-based one.
  • Amyleigh

    I loved these, and so did my 16 month old! Have you tried freezing them?

    • blwideas

      No I haven’t! I imagine they would be fine if you reheated them in the oven.