Step 1: Lightly dust your surface with flour. Make up your dough as the packet instructs.
Step 2: Lightly dust your rolling pin. Evenly roll out your dough. Using a cookie cutter, cut out your pizzas.
Step 3: Place your pizza dough onto a greased baking tray. Prick the centre of the circles to allow heat to escape.
Step 4: Spread on your tomato puree.
Step 5: Sprinkle on your grated cheese.
Step 6: To make the spiders, chop your olive or tomato in half, lengthways. Put one half in the centre as the spider’s body. Use the remaining half to thinly slice out 8 legs. You will need a couple of tomatoes/olives for you. Place four legs on each side of the body.
Step 7: Bake on 180C for approx 12-15 minutes, until the dough has browned and the cheese has melted.
Step 8: Let an adult help you remove from the oven. Allow to cool. Tuck in and enjoy those scrummy, juicy spiders.
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