This post is sponsored by Carbone. All comments and opinions are my own.
Pizza night is always a fun and it’s an easy meal that everyone loves. But why not shake things up a bit and serve a Pizza Bites Wreath instead of the usual pizza pie? This festive dish is sure to get everyone in the holiday spirit.
The beauty of this dish lies in its simplicity and versatility. While I am sharing a basic version, know that the recipe that can be customized to suit every taste bud, from my classic pepperoni and cheese to tasty combinations for meat lovers, vegetarians or even an adventurous Hawaiian pineapple version!
And keep in mind that the festive appearance makes the dish perfect for holiday parties, game nights, or an easy appetizer when entertaining. Even the pickiest eaters will love this creative twist on classic pizza.
All you need to get started is some pizza dough and delicious Carbone Sauce. From there, just add some tasty toppings and you’ll have a fun & jolly dish that everyone will love.
Want to add this dish to your menu this week? Publix has everything you need PLUS nice savings. Look for all the delicious varieties of Carbone Sauce on sale when you shop. I tend to choose the sauce based on what I am craving. The marinara is always a good choice, but feel free to kick things up and go with any of the others to add some big flavor to your pizza bites!
Stock up and save now through 12/24 at your local Publix.
Carbone Sauce 24 oz, $7.99 (sale valid through 12/24)
All Carbone sauces are made using the finest, hand-picked ingredients, ensuring a delicious depth of flavor with every spoonful. The sauces are all-natural, with no added sugar, non-GMO, and gluten-free.
- Marinara: Our take on the quintessential homemade sauce straight from the kitchen at Carbone. Using only the finest imported Italian tomatoes our Marinara sauce is slow-cooked, with fresh ingredients, in small batches. Elevate your “marinara” experience with this exceptional offering.
- Arrabbiata: Each jar of this elegant offering is made from the finest tomatoes imported straight from Italy. Made with fresh garlic, onions, and just the right touch of crushed red pepper flakes to keep this ‘angry’ sauce at just the right level of heat.
- Tomato Basil: Tomato Basil sauce by Carbone has been crafted to deliver just the right balance of garlic, oregano, and onions to really make the fresh basil erupt when you crack open a jar. Slow cooked using only the finest Imported Italian tomatoes, this sauce will quickly become a favorite at your table.
- Roasted Garlic: Carbone has created the perfect pairing between garlic flavor and Italian tomatoes with this masterpiece. The only thing overwhelming about this product will be its deliciousness. A truly unique take on a classic red sauce.
Carbone is not just any ordinary sauce, it delivers an award-winning taste that will have your family begging for more! Just like the famous restaurant, Carbone sauce delivers an authentic, flavorful taste that always serves up enjoyment… with no reservations needed!
Take advantage of the sale and pick up a few ingredients and put this fun & festive dish on your menu this week!
Pepperoni Pizza Wreath
- olive oil
- 1 can refrigerated pizza dough
- 1/2 cup Carbone Sauce + additional for serving
- 48 mozzarella pearls
- 1 cup mini pepperoni
- cherry tomatoes, fresh basil and grated parmesan for garnish, if desired
- Preheat oven to 400º and spray a pizza pan with olive oil (or cooking spray)
- Roll out the pizza dough and cut into 24 equal portions.
- Spoon about a teaspoon of Carbone sauce into the center of the pizza dough square. Add 2 mozzarella pearls and a few mini pepperoni.
- Pull the sides to cover the filling and pinch to seal. Place the filled dough ball onto the prepared pizza pan. Repeat to form balls with the remaining dough and place in a ring on the pizza pan.
- Bake for 16 - 18 minutes, or until golden brown.
- To serve, garnish with sliced cherry tomatoes and basil leaves to resemble holly. Sprinkle with grated parmesan and serve with additional Carbone Sauce for dipping.