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How To Turn Cold Pizza Into Hot New Meals

Chances are there’s pizza in your fridge right now, slowly aging until you guiltily throw it in the garbage because you didn’t feel like eating pizza a few nights in a row (welcome to the first world!) Don’t ignore the pizza like the creditor hunting you down to pay your student loans — turn it into croutons. Or a sandwich. Or even a breakfast that beats the hell out of the standard cold-pizza hangover buster. Here are some ways to transform leftover slices.
Because we know pizza and cheese are likely the only edible things you have in your fridge at any given moment (other than a solitary can of beer from a Halloween party three years ago), all you need for this recipe is pizza, mozzarella, provolone, and a spatula. Remember not to eat the spatula.
Allrecipes shows you how to take a baking dish, mozzarella, a third of an onion, eggs, and a few slices of leftover pizza and turn it all into a breakfast that looks like you spent time on it.
On the surface, turning leftover pizza into bread pudding sounds like an awful idea dreamed up by a sadomasochist Internet chef trying to trick people into making something that will taste awful. But we trust any blog called “A Mama With Ideas...” Just a hunch. Also, eggs, milk, and Parmesan are the main ingredients, which sounds good to us.
Ninety-nine percent of Americans who aren’t on a diet agree that salad is a waste of a meal. But thanks to our pizza crouton recipe, you can successfully choke down an entire bowl of lettuce and other veggies if you dice up the remnants of last night’s pizza dinner and throw ‘em in there. Or just drop them into a bowl of tomato soup!
The good folks at Serious Eats show you exactly how to fold, cut, and trim your leftover pie in order to cram it into a waffle iron and end up with melty handheld bites that looks like they’d be easy to eat while you drive. It’s a mystery why no pizza chain has stolen this idea yet.
For more ways to transform your leftover Walt's, please visit the Huffington Post.

Did You Know?

Walt makes all of his own pasta sauces, including marinara, cream and meat sauce.
Walt personally makes all of the specialty margaritas.
Walt's has been a single owner operated business since 1977.
Walt's dishes are prepared for your health without a lot of added salt, sugar or preservatives.
Walt donates over 500 pizzas per year to schools, churches and organizations.
Walt hand picks all his Ribeyes.
Walt's sirloin and shrimp scampi is the most popular surf and turf dinner in the area.

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