Flashback: Spicy Pizza Thins
This article originally appeared February 5, 2011 on SahmRamblings.com.
Growing up, we celebrated the family Christmas with a meal of all appetizers. One of my favorites was a Pizza Thin recipe that my family had made for as long as I can remember. Now that I’m older, I still love it and enjoy it but have never had the opportunity to share it. Now I can!
Spicy Pizza Thins
1 Pkg Cocktail Rye
1 16 oz Pkg Sausage
1 Lb Processed Cheese Loaf
1 can Pizza Sauce
Franks Original Hot Sauce to Taste
Brown sausage; drain well
Cut cheese into small pieces; melt
Add pizza sauce to melted cheese; stir until well dissolved
Combine cooked sausage with cheese mixture
Add 3-4 teaspoons Franks Original Hot Sauce (more for bite!); Thoroughly mix it in.
Spread onto slices of cocktail rye.
Broil until cheese is nicely browned. Enjoy!
If you’re looking for a recipe with even MORE bite, eliminate the pizza sauce and double the Frank’s Red Hot Sauce. It doesn’t taste as much like pizza but it still tastes great!
Note: These can be prepared ahead of time and frozen on a cookie sheet. Allow to defrost slightly before broiling.
53 thoughts on “Flashback: Spicy Pizza Thins”
I think a Holiday (or any) meal out of nothing but appetizers is so fun. I really enjoy eating and entertaining that my myself. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
This is such an interesting tradition and I love the concept of traditions. This recipe is definitely something that I could consider trying one day!
Thanks for your flashback.. This is a great appetize rrecipe. I would probably fill up on these and not eat dinner!
I have pinned it for later use.
This chocolate drink looks yummy
These look tasty! I love how easy they are to make too.
Wow, this sounds like a tasty combo! I think I am going to have to try this out too!
This isn’t my thing, but I love that you can make ahead and freeze them!
Those are awesome appetizers or even part of a meal with some other small dishes. It looks super easy to make too.
I love everything a little on the spicy side. This sounds like an awesome idea!
Those look great. I bet my husband would love those. He likes stuff like these.
These sound really good but I would have to go easy on the HOT sauce! My old stomach ain’t what it used to be!! I still LOVE hot and spicy food but it doesn’t love me——-this is a great idea for a quick snack!
I’m not sure I’ll be joining you on these ones. lol I can’t do anything that hot!
YUM! This looks delicious! Love foods with a kick thanks!
I bet these would be great to make for a football party!
Ohhhhhh! This looks delicious! I really love spicy food.
Whoa I do like some spice. I wonder if I can get the kids to try this?
Mmm :d trying this with the kids tonight!
I never thought of doing that before, have to try it.
These pizza thins look great! I will be fixing these for my grandchildren. Thanks!
I’d never heard of this recipe before. I will have to try it.
This looks so good! I love Frank’s Red Hot Sauce!
This has to be the most unique appetizer I have ever seen! Strangely enough, it really does sound good! I actually think my kids would eat this one up, and they are picky! Thanks for the awesome recipe share!
This is a very interesting recipe that I would love to try. I am always game for something a bit out of the ordinary. Thanks for re-sharing.
We also do all appetizers when we celebrate Christmas with family. Everyone brings up to 3 appetizers and it makes it so much easier on the host which is me 🙂
Great flashback, I haven’t had this in years….but now I want it. It’s so good, don’t know why it’s been so long since we’ve had it. We never put the hot sauce in, but that’s a nice addition.
I have never tried this before,it does look good though.I like trying new recipes,and i can’t wait to try this one
This recipe sound like it would taste great. I have to try it
I’d almost prefer having all appetizers and snacks than meals during the Holidays (except for thanksgiving, of course).
Great flashback and apetizer.
Sounds so good.
Very interesting, great for kids too I think they would love it
Interesting recipe. Sounds different.
i love spicy food, and my fiancé loves pizza sounds like a win win
This looks quite tasty. I can’t wait to try to make this recipe.
looks interesting, will put this on the list to try.
We did a Christmas meal of appetizers for the first time last year. We didn’t feel deprived and it was fun!
Exactly, Lynne! It makes it so easy to mingle and have conversations when you aren’t trying to be proper and consumer a big meal. Plus, the kids get variety and actually eat which is often difficult when there is so much chaos.
This is a different recipe. Have never heard of it. It looks good.
these looks awesome! thanks
These nice Red Hot Pizza Thins looks so delicious. What a flashback, I can barely wait to try this nice recipe out.
I love spicy things and this sounds amazing.. Thanks
I love spicy food, but unfortunately, it doesn’t like me anymore! I used to put hot sauce on a lot of food. I think it livened up the taste of foods. I heard that spicy food is good for you in moderation. We used to make, what we called pizzawiches. We took hamburger buns or English muffins and put pizza sauce on it. Of course, I love mozzarella cheese, so that was a big must have! Oregano and garlic salt went on it. Bake in the oven until the wiches were done the way you liked them. Sometimes we added Pepperoni or sausage. I have never tried cocktail rye bread. Thanks for sharing! I guess us moms know how to feed the kids 🙂
I am looking for recipes that my grandkids can help make and eat. This would be a good one.
The smoked pulled porks looks amazing
My son loves spicy food and this recipe would be perfect for him. I can;t wait to make it for him. Thanks.
This recipe looks very tasty. Thanks for sharing!
Wei I wrote a book up yonder! I will say though, I love pizza and if it has to be spicy oh well – it will do! Where’s the TUMS?
I may have to try this with Sriracha sauce