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When little grumpy boys need cheered up, decorating a pizza is the way to go! This is an easy recipe that isn't too messy but loads of fun. I make my own gluten free base but it's easier to buy in!

Midlothian, Scotland, UK

2 people made this

IngredientsServes: 2

  • 2 tablespoons good old Heinz tomato soup!
  • 2 tablespoons tomato puree
  • a pizza base
  • handful grated cheese
  • handful raisins or chopped black olives
  • 1/2 pepper, sliced
  • 2 cherry tomatoes
  • 1/2 onion, finely chopped
  • 1 spring onion, sliced
  • tuna/chicken/ham (optional)
  • drizzle olive oil

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:20min ›Ready in:35min

  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees C.
  2. Mix together soup and tomato puree. Spread onto pizza base.
  3. Decorate however you like with sliced veg and cheese! Add 'eyeballs' using raisins or olives. Drizzle with olive oil.
  4. Bake for 18-20 mins
  5. Eat - yum!

Drink pairing

Pressed apple juice and water for the little one and a lovely glass of Shiraz for mum!

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Review: Space Dip Pizza and Green Alien Holiday Macaron from Disneyland’s Alien Pizza Planet!

For the past week, the Disney Food Blog team has been busy bringing you the news and reviews for every holiday item available at Disneyland! From Lumps of Coal Beignets to Sugar Plum Churros, we’ve tried it all. Today, we’re beaming this review back to earth from Alien Pizza Planet.

Green Alien Holiday Macaron

What’s on the special holiday menu at Tomorrowland’s Alien Pizza Planet, and is any of it worth trying?

Alien Pizza Planet Space Dip Pizza Sign

First up: Space Dip Pizza! It’s available by the slice at $8.99 or as a whole pizza for $41.99.

Featuring Spinach and Artichoke Dip, Chicken, Capicola, and Assorted Cheeses, this definitely isn’t your standard pepperoni pizza! Just look at all those toppings!

Even though it sounds unusual, the Space Dip Pizza was REALLY GOOD! Like AWESOME! Super savory, lots of flavor…definitely on to get.

For dessert, we couldn’t pass up the Green Alien Holiday Macaron.

Alien Pizza Planet Holiday Desserts

Oooooh! This little green cutie is $5.99, and he’s filled with blackberry filling and lemon curd.

Green Alien Holiday Macaron

The Green Alien Holiday Macaron was almost too cute to eat, but… let’s just say he was out-of-this-world tasty.

Green Alien Holiday Macaron

Toys, we’re happy to report that every holiday item we tried at Alien Pizza Planet was SUPER stellar!

Disney releases official recipe for Toy Story Land’s grilled cheese sandwich

In Tomorrowland, the popular Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port has transformed into Alien Pizza Planet during the limited-time Pixar Fest, which runs through Sept. 3. Inspired by the loveable green Aliens from the family restaurant frequented by Andy (and his toys) in Pixar’s “Toy Story,” the Aliens have invaded this popular dining spot to deliver fresh, hot pizzas and other items that are out of this world, including the new cheeseburger pizza. Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort

Disney released another recipe ahead of a national food holiday.

What’s happening:

  • Disney released the recipe on Saturday, the day before National Grilled Cheese Day.
  • The grilled cheese sandwich is available at Woody’s Lunch Box at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
  • “While we can’t visit Andy’s backyard right now, this recipe is just one more great way to create #DisneyMagicMoments in your own backyard (or kitchen),” according to Disney Parks.
  • Here’s the full recipe, including the dream cheese spread, the garlic spread and the three-cheese sandwich.

Disney released the official recipe for the grilled cheese sandwich that is available at Toy Story Land at Disney Parks. Screenshot, Disney Parks

Celebrate Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story’s 25th Anniversary with These Fun Pizza Recipes for National Pizza Party Day on May 15

It’s been 25 years since we met Woody, Buzz and the gang. From their adventures in Andy’s room, to carnival road trips, a reunion with Bo Peep, and flying through space with aliens at Pizza Planet, the fun never stops!

To celebrate the iconic original film’s 25 th anniversary year and National Pizza Party Day on May 15, we’ve created a couple delicious recipes with a healthy twist for families to cook up while watching their favorite “Toy Story” movies on Disney+.

With the official Disney Check, an icon that helps kids and parents agree on healthier choices, these recipes are inspired by one of the most adventurous and iconic scenes from the first “Toy Story” film, set inside Pizza Planet restaurant. Take off with the super cheesy and delicious Rocket Ship Pizza or make alien friends with the Alien Veggie “Meatball” Pizza.

Be sure to tag @pixar and @toystory when you share your pizzas on social!

Alien Sandwiches

Our first party food and snack idea is no ordinary peanut butter and jelly sandwich. It is a super fun creation made to look like an alien in outer space that kids will have no problem gobbling up.

Let your kids in on the design fun by creating the alien face with different kinds of cookie cutters and setting up their plate with space themed goldfish crackers. Below is a list of ingredients, supplies, and directions to follow for creating an alien sandwich.

What You Will Need:

  • Bread (2 slices)
  • Peanut butter
  • Jelly
  • Space themed goldfish crackers
  • Green grapes
  • Toothpicks
  • Pizza cutter
  • Cookie cutters


  1. Use a pizza cutter to cut the 2 slices of bread into your desired alien shape.
  2. Create the alien face on the top slice of bread by inserting small size cookie cutters.
  3. Spread peanut butter and jelly on bottom slice of bread. Put slices of bread together.
  4. Insert 2 green grapes onto toothpicks and insert at top of sandwich for antennae. Add 4 more grapes to create the arms and legs.
  5. Arrange space themed goldfish crackers (includes stars, moons, planets, and rocketships) to make a fun outer space scene on the plate.

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I&rsquove partnered with Bolthouse Farms to come up with six fun and easy fruit and veggie-inspired treats perfect for UnBake Sales that I will be sharing this month. They&rsquore a ton of fun and easy to make with your kids.

The first yummy bites are these little Strawberry Aliens. Beware: when my kids came home from school and found the ones I made they actually fought about who would get which one as they both wanted all of them. After gobbling them up in minutes we decided to make them the next day when we had a play date with my friend Jenine&rsquos 3 year old. It was precious watching the kids (all different ages mind you) design their own aliens making each one unique, using a similar method, but different process. The best part is that you only need a few simple ingredients to prepare them and you know you&rsquore giving your kids a healthy treat they&rsquoll love!

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Jack-Jack's Num Num Chocolate Chip Cookies

The nine-ingredient recipe will whip up a batch just like the ones you’d find at Disneyland’s Pixar Pier, which will hopefully keep you happy until the parks reopen. To make Jack-Jacks’ famous treats, gather chocolate chips, flour, butter, baking soda, sugar, eggs, vanilla, salt and brown sugar. Then follow the instructions here to get the treat at home.

Alien Pizza Planet Landing Soon at Disneyland Park

Oooooooooh – everyone’s favorite Aliens from Disney•Pixar’s “Toy Story” will be invading Disneyland Resort for Pixar Fest, and we are eternally grateful! For the duration of the festival, Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port in Disneyland park will transform into Alien Pizza Planet – “A Better Place.” The Aliens have sourced the finest ingredients from across the universe to deliver fresh, hot pizzas that are out of this world. A specialty of their home planet Pepperonia is a special pepperoni pizza topped with green peppers and mushrooms. They’ll also be cooking up a hearty cheeseburger pizza with ketchup, yellow mustard and pizza sauce on a sesame seed crust and topped with cheese, caramelized onions, diced tomatoes, slider patties, a house-made burger sauce, and pickles.

If you’re as excited as I am for this fun-filled re-imagination of Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port, stay tuned for more details on the deliciously cheesy menu.

This exciting transformation is just one of the many offerings coming as part of Pixar Fest at the Disneyland Resort, which will run from April 13 through September 3. The festival will span both Disneyland park and Disney California Adventure park, bringing not only creatively-themed food, but also a new fireworks show, “Together Forever—A Pixar Nighttime Spectacular,” the return of the “Paint the Night” parade and much more!


FINALLY! I have wanted a real “Pizza Planet” since I saw the movie more than 20 years ago. I hope they decide to completely renovate the restaurant once Pixar*Fest is over.

Why wasn’t this place “Pizza Planet” twenty years ago. Now they can take a few arcades that used to be in Starcade and put them in there to complete the effect.

Such a great, eye-catching introduction, Alex! Thank you so much for sharing. I’m so excited!

Is the Chicken Alfredo dish staying the same? The Alfredo dish is the best food in the entire park! I get it everytime I go!

this seemed inevitable, all I ask is that the signage be made to look more permanent than what was made for Red Rose Tavern just in case this ends up being permanent (as I don’t think anyone would be surprised by this).

Haha my family has always called it Pizza Planet anyway so…

My son with special needs always asked about pizza planet, sad that Walt Disney World closed their pizza planet, I hope that Disneyland keeps open the new pizza planet theme, that opening in April will be big.

Will they be changing the recipes for all pizza? I hate to be so negative, but Pizza Port sits at the very bottom of my pizza list. It would be great to see some upgrades to the recipe/ingredients and be able grab a good piece of pizza while in the park!

You only mentioned the Pizza specialty, but are they going to continue to serve the Pasta selection during Pixar Fest?

Will they be keeping the count-down chicken fusilli pasta? If not, I will probably cry it’s SOOOOO good.

Disney Shared a &lsquoDole Whip&rsquo Recipe to Enjoy at Home as Theme Parks Remain Closed

First it was churros. Now it&rsquos Dole Whip. Can an Alien Pizza Planet pie be far behind?

Disney’s theme parks may be closed indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak𠅋ut in the interim, Mickey and company are doing what they can to slowly turn your own kitchen into the happiest place on Earth… which is great, seeing as your kitchen is about as far as we&aposre all allowed to travel right now.

Earlier this week, the official Disney Parks Blog shared its churro bites recipe for fans to recreate a snack staple. And now, the official Disney Parks app has spilled the beans on another beloved theme park classic: Dole Whip.

Granted, making actual 𠇍ole” Whip at home is inherently tricky. The pineapple-flavored Adventureland soft-serve earned its Dole Whip name because it’s made by the Dole Food Company. That helps explain why the Disney Parks app simply refers to the recipe as a 𠇏rozen pineapple treat”𠅋ut we all know what they mean.

And once you get Dole out of the equation, the recipe is insanely straightforward—playing out more like a mixed drink than any sort of culinary creation. Childhood spoiler alert: You may find yourself wondering what all the fuss was about. Simply take a 𠇋ig scoop” of vanilla ice cream and blend it with four ounces of pineapple juice and two cups of frozen pineapple. Serve it through your handy “star tipped piping bag” (the same one you used for making churros, of course) and that’s it𠅌ones and the Enchanted Tiki Room theme music optional.

𠇋ut what about the Dole?” you may be wondering. Well, good news: Salt Lake City’s Deseret News points out that you can actually buy Dole Pineapple Soft Serve Mix on Amazon—no questions asked! Alright, granted, it costs about $24, includes 89 servings, and is intended to be used in a soft-serve machine. But hey, you’re not going anywhere for a while maybe it’s finally time to invest in that ice cream maker you’ve been dreaming about.

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