Sunday, July 06, 2008

Cream Cracker Pizza for teabreak

Just make something very quick and tasty for the children and a friend and her kids. They just loved it. Very simple, just apply some tomato sauce over the cream cracker, top it up with either ham, tuna or sausage or whatever toppings of your choice. Sprinkle some grated cheddar cheese on top and bake in a preheated oven at 200C for about 10 minutes or until cheese is slightly brown. Watch out not to burn the biscuits. Let it cool down a little bit before eating. Very nice.

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12 comments:

Gretel... said...

Wow! thanks for the great idea, lee, I have plenty of sor tah piah at home. Now I know how to quickly get rid of left over ham & cheese dat's sitting in the fridge. :)

Ms. _______ 2 be ! said...

I use to use salt crackers to make mini pizza... but then I would use mini bagels... :P

Joanna said...

Dear Baking Mom .. thanks for all these lovely simple ideas. I have only one toddler son and I really look forward to baking him all these goodies as he grows up each day. Thanks again!!

LonTugi said...

Hi there Baking Mum... I am your new reader, came across ur blog while blog-hopping one day and never regretted it... I love baking myself but I would say my enthusiasm exceeded my baking skills most of the time... :D I just love ur blog!

Hugbear said...

Thanks everyone for reading my blog.

Maya Yunos said...

My mom makes "Murtabak" out of creamcrackers. This is something new and I had to try it! It was good :) Thanks 4 sharing...

serene7989 said...

Hi Lee Lee, understand u hv the recipe for walnut mooncake. Is it possible for u to share with me?
My email serene@ashleyasia.com
Thank you.

huishi said...

hi bakingmom, i like your blog alot :) anyway i've read some recipes and found out that we can substitute butter with applesauce to get low fat cakes/bread! do u know where to get applesauce in singapore? thanks!!

Panda Q said...

Dear Hugbear,

Came across your blog while hunting for simple recipe.

Tried it and both hubby and daughter loved it. Thanks for the great idea. Made tuna in mayo.

Hugbear said...

Hi Huishi, I am sure you can get applesauce from places like Jason's Market or maybe at Cold Storage.

Hi Panda q, thanks for leaving a comment for me.

Ren said...

I wish I could cook and bake half as good as you! haha...I dare not even blog about any of the food I prepare at home...it's always the same 'ol stuff! :)

Hugbear said...

hi ren, never mind. You will get better as your practice more.

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