sponsor highlight: Halie {Penguins, Pasta & Polka Dots}

Hey guys and gals! I know I've been a bit absent and I apologize. I haven't been meaning to. Just some family issues but I'm trying to stay connected to everyone as much as possible. So please take some time and say hello to another amazing girl who is one of my sponsors. See her cute little post below and check out her blog and other networking sites!

Hi there, Let-Them-Eat-Cake-readers, and hopefully future friends! My name is Halie, and I blog at Penguins, Pasta & Polka Dots. I'm so excited to be here with you today! I know not everyone likes guest posts (even though I seem to be one of the few that actually do), so I'll keep this short, sweet, and hopefully interesting - and maybe you'll come visit me at my own blog soon :)

I'm a 20-something Florida girl, just living life, and having fun documenting it all on my little bloggy-blog. And isn't the blog world so much fun? I'm loving it - meeting new people, and finding new blogs really is so much fun! I write about daily life mostly, but those things might include: food, movies, adventures with my boyfriend, recipes, my youth group at church, nail art and some crafts.

But today I am sharing a super easy recipe for some pepperoni pizza puffs! These are great for an appetizer or a snack or party food, but I made them for a football tailgate party earlier this year. These are so simple, and can also be tailored to your own preference!

Pepperoni Pizza Puffs

Publix fresh pizza dough
Pizza sauce
Turkey pepperoni (or regular if you don't like the turkey version)
Shredded mozzarella cheese

Preheat oven to 375 degrees
Spray a cupcake tin with Pam cooking spray
Tear dough into smaller chunks, flatten out a bit, and line each cupcake spot, trying to bring it up the sides
Put a spoonful or so of sauce in each cup on top of the dough
Add in any other desired ingredients
Top with 2 pepperoni's each
Sprinkle cheese on top
Bake for about 15 minutes, just watching for when they look done (I really don't remember exactly how long)

I made them with the most basic pizza ingredients, but you can add in so many other things, depending on what you like! For example: mushrooms, onions, peppers, sausage, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, bacon, Alfredo sauce... You could make them vegetarian, or you can make them meat-lovers-style. Any way you do it, they're still going to be simple and yummy! So try them out, and let me know how you customized them to your own pizza tastes! And then stop by my blog to say a quick hello, because like I said, I love making new blog friends! :) And thank you Rebecca for having me today!


So stop by and say hello to Halie. Her blog is simply cute and you won't be disappointed. Check out her social networks as well and get to know her!


  1. It was nice to meet Halie, she seems lovely and that recipe actually sounds awesome, I'd love to make and then try the pizza puffs because I'm hungry right now and they sound so delicious! Hopefully you're okay too Rebecca.

  2. These look yummy! Publix pizza dough is great and so easy to work with.

  3. I am so going to try to cook these "puffs." Hope to see you following back soon!