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Thursday, 23 January 2014

Knights Shield Pizzas

I’ve created these Knights Shield Pizzas to celebrate the release of the animated children’s movie Justin and the Knights of Valour.  


These would be fab for a kids party or a fun dinner or lunch to cheer up a rainy day.  You can have different toppings on each section of the shield shaped pizza, use store bought pizza dough if you want or need to.  My 3 daughters had a great time making, rolling and shaping the dough then decorating their own pizzas according to their taste.  My girls will eat anything that doesn't move fast enough to escape but these fun pizzas would be a great way to encourage picky eaters to try something new.

Knights Shield Pizzas


You will need:

Homemade or store bought pizza dough
A selection of toppings: tomato paste or pesto, grated cheese, peppers, mushrooms, courgettes, sweetcorn, pepperoni - use whatever is to your taste

Put your prepared pizzas onto a lined baking tray then bake in a preheated oven at 220C/200C Fan for 15 - 20 minutes.


Justin and the Knights of Valour is out on DVD/Blu-ray from 3rd February.  To see what it's all about check out the trailer clip below:




This is a Sponsored Post.  I have been paid to develop this recipe and to promote the release of this film on DVD.

6 comments:

  1. What an utterly marvellous, so simple but incredibly effective idea! You must put this all over Pinterest for themed kids parties :-)

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  2. Aww, that's adorable! I would have loved this as a kid!

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  3. Clever Michelle - regardless of whether they like Justin, my kids are going to love these! Just super x

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  4. They are brilliant looking pizzas - my boys would go crazy for them. Pizza is absolutely the boys' favourite meal, so it's handy to find a slightly different take on them. They'd be brilliant for a party.

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  5. Love it. When we get round to watching the DVD with Cooper I'll have to make these.

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  6. I think these are genius. Simple, effective and delicious!

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