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Snowman Pizza for a Fun Snow Day Activity

January 28, 2014 by Melanie Zook

This is the part of winter where it starts to get long.  Holidays are over & we’re longing for spring (or at least a vacation to Florida).  Here’s something fun to try to keep the winter spirit going, perfect for after playing in the snow!  Make a snowman pizza for a fun snow day activity…


Make your own dough, or to keep it simple, buy it pre-made.  Involve the kids as much as possible, and have fun topping your snowman.  We used: mozzarella cheese, sliced chicken breast, halved cherry tomatoes, kalamata olives, sliced red onion, and carrots (for the nose & arms).

Bake until golden brown.  And here is a fun way to slice it: