Pizza Muffins
Pizza Muffins
If you've got a muffin tin, try putting your mini-pizza ingredients in there instead of using a baking sheet. Roll out your favorite type of dough on a greased platform using flour and insert in the muffin pan. Pour some tomato sauce in and add cheese and mini pepperonis on top. Bake for about 25 minutes or until the muffins are golden-brown, just like a pizza crust. (Photo via Paozinhodelicia)
Pizza Rolls
Pizza Rolls
These aren't your standard run-of-the-mill pizza rolls! Similar to making cinnamon rolls, pizza rolls are made by laying out the dough, covering it with sauce and the toppings of your choice and simply rolling it up. You then cut the roll into slices and bake it until they're golden brown. The end result is a delicious and innovative way to eat pizza! (Photo via The 350 Degree Oven)
Pizza Waffles
Pizza Waffles
This is a genius way to eat leftover pizza. Fold your pizza slice in half and stick in the waffle iron. In about five minutes, you'll be left with a delicious pizza waffle that's way better than eating leftover pizza cold.
Pizza Lasagna Roll-Ups
Pizza Lasagna Roll-Ups
This hack forgoes the dough part of the pizza, but it's still just as irresistibly delicious. Take your lasagna noodles and smear your sauce on them. Add your favorite toppings and cheese and then roll them up before baking. They make fun appetizers! (Photo via Cooking Classy)
Pizza Bread Pudding
Pizza Bread Pudding
All you need for this hack is 2 slices of leftover pizza, 1 egg, a half cup of milk and a fourth cup of cheese. Combine everything put the pizza and whisk together in an oven-safe dish. Tear up your pizza slices into little bits and let them soak for about 10 minutes in the mixture. Bake for around 15 minutes and you have an amazing pizza bread pudding. (Photo via Spoon University) 
Grilled Cheese Pizza
Grilled Cheese Pizza
Take two slices of leftover pizza and put them facing into each other, with cheese touching cheese. You can then grill them just like you would a sandwich on a stove top. The result is a tasty grilled cheese pizza that will quickly become your favorite snack. (Photo via Wedgewood Pizza)
Pizza Casserole
Pizza Casserole
The saying that pretty much anything can become a casserole is true, and pizza is no exception. Use bow tie pasta and add lots of meat, cheese and oregano to make this delectable dish. (Photos via Cully's Kitchen) 
Pizza In A Jar
Pizza In A Jar
For this jar hack, all you need is pizza dough, tomato sauce, your cheese of choice and any toppings you prefer. All you do is layer your pizza ingredients into the jar. It's best to put dough both on the bottom and at the top of your mason jar. Bake at 375 degrees for around 15 minutes in a baking dish. (Photo via 1 Fine Cookie)
Pizza Quesadillas
Pizza Quesadillas
It might sound strange to mix a common Italian food with a common Mexican one, but the results are delicious! You basically just use tomato sauce, cheese and salami as your quesadilla ingredients, with any extra toppings being used at your discretion. The result is a wonderful pizza taste that replaces the dough with yummy tortillas. (Photo via All Gold)
Pan Fried Pizza
Pan Fried Pizza
Next time you make a personal mini-pizza, try frying the dough in a pan on a stove top instead of baking it in an oven. Whether the dough is store bought or made by hand, it should result in a delicious crust. (Photo via NY Times Cooking) 
Pizza Fries
Pizza Fries
Your new favorite way to eat fries involves another one of your favorite foods! Turn your ordinary fries into pizza fries by smothering them in tomato sauce, cheese and pepperoni and melting them into total deliciousness. (Photo via Urban Spoon)
Mushroom Cap Pizza Bites
Mushroom Cap Pizza Bites
These perfect pizza appetizers involve brushing mushroom caps with oil and roasting them in an oven for around 8 minutes. After you take them out, turn them upside down and let them cool, at which point you can flip them back over and stuff them with the pizza toppings of your choice. You can then bake them in the oven again for a few more minutes to make sure they're deliciously hot and ready to eat. (Photo via Apron Strings) 
Leftover Pizza
Leftover Pizza
If you want to stick to eating leftover pizza the traditional way, no worries. You gotta do you. BUT, here's a helpful hack to help you avoid having soggy crusts. When you microwave your pizza, include a microwave-safe glass of water in the microwave as well. It will revitalize your pizza in ways you didn't know possible. (Photo via Everyday Talks)

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