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Kids Homemade Pizza Party




eating pizzaA kids homemade pizza party is fun for all ages. It is a great way to celebrate a birthday or any celebration by letting kids create their own pizza. For this kids cooking party, you will want to write down the homemade pizza recipe below. Create one for each child that will be at the party.

This will give them each a chance to follow the recipe while they are preparing the menu. It is also a good idea to include an extra one for them to take home, one that won't get messy. They can impress their own family with what they learned at the cooking party.

It is also a good idea to write the menu on a sheet of paper hung on the wall or chalkboard. You can even make this look like a restaurant menu.

Once you know the number of children coming go through the list of things needed especially utensils, bowls, etc. If you need extra ask friends or family if you can borrow some items for the kids homemade pizza party.


Planned Kids Cooking Curriculum



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Items Needed for a Kids Homemade Pizza Party

  • Masking tape. To label kid chefs name on the pans.
  • Several pizza pans or cookie sheets
  • Spoons- one for each child for spreading and a few extras if needed
  • 1 set of teaspoons
  • 1 set of tablespoons
  • 1 set of cups
  • Actual recipe ingredients
  • An assortment of pizza toppings
  • Rolling pin(s), if desired
  • Paper plates, cups and eating utensils

Try adding some educational pizza fun, while the guests' pizza is cooking. Pizza Fractions worksheets

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Pizza Fractions worksheets


Kids Homemade Pizza Party Planning To Do List:

Two weeks ahead:
  • Send out invitations
  • Order/sew/buy aprons or chef hats


  • One week ahead:
  • Make your shopping list for the party
  • Buy non perishable items, goody bags and any craft supplies you need if you are decorating aprons or hats
  • Prepare chef hats ahead of time


  • Several days ahead:
  • Put your goody bags together
  • Get a final number of how many children are coming to the party


  • One to two days ahead:
  • Do your grocery shopping for the remaining items


  • Day before:
  • Shred cheese if not done already
  • Prepare cooking party cake if you are having one
  • Line kitchen tables or any large table with a plastic tablecloth or white butcher paper.


  • Morning of party:
  • Prepare pizza dough
  • Prepare pizza toppings in bowls or trays
  • Set up table with toppings and spoons, a bowl of sauce and pizza pans.

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Homemade Pizza Dough

If you have more than 6 children double this recipe.

2 ½ Cups flour
1 teaspoon Salt
1 Cup warm water
1 Tablespoon yeast
1 Tablespoon Italian seasoning or to taste, optional
1 Tablespoon oil

pizza toppings


Pizza Topping Ideas:
spaghetti sauce
mozzarella cheese, shredded
pepperoni slices
ham slices or Canadian bacon
pineapple chunks
pepper slices
sliced mushrooms
sliced olives

Dissolve yeast in warm water and add a dash of sugar. Meanwhile, in mixing bowl add flour, salt, oil and Italian seasoning. When yeast is bubbly and ready pour into flour mixture and blend. Form into a ball and place in a oiled bowl. Let rise 30-60 minutes. Prepare pizza toppings and place in bowls on table.

To start this kids homemade pizza party divide dough into balls one for each child. Have each child roll with rolling pins or use their hands to shape their ball into a round circle. Place on cookie sheets or pizza pans. Several children can share a pan. Have each child put their name next to their pizza with masking tape. Prepare pizza by spreading sauce over their pizzas with a spoon, top with cheese and desired toppings. Have an adult bake at 450 degrees for 10-15 minutes. Depending on the size of your oven you might have to bake the pizzas one pan at a time. While waiting for all the pizzas to cook, prepare a dessert or other recipe you have planned, decorate aprons, chef hats or play cooking games.

homemade pizzas

If you have an older group of kid chefs they might like to prepare the dough also. If doing this step, prepare dough in mixing bowl with children taking turns helping add and mix ingredients. While dough is rising do another scheduled activity.

Here are more pizza dough recipes and ideas of what you can create for a pizza party.


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