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You’ll Never Be Bored With Leftover Pizza Again After Seeing These Hacks!

It’s a fact that everyone loves pizza. Okay, maybe there isn’t any scientific proof that everyone loves pizza, but can you name one person you know that doesn’t? There are pizzas for vegans, people with gluten allergies, and even those who walk on the wild side and put things that shouldn’t be on a pizza on it anyway.

If you look at two of the largest cities in the U.S., New York and Chicago, they’ve been in an all-out war for decades over which pizza is better and there won’t likely be a cease-fire anytime soon. Other parts of the country are getting in the mix with their own take on the classic pie by changing up the toppings (pineapple and ham, anyone?) and sauce (have you tried BBQ pizza yet?).

The truth is, there isn’t such a thing as a “bad pizza.” People grow up on a certain style which influences their tastes, but it doesn’t mean one is better than the other; it just boils down to which region prefers what. One thing that everyone can agree on is when it comes to pizza, you never throw out the leftovers.

Unfortunately, many people get tired of just reheating slices the next day and look for more creative ways to continue indulging in their fave pie. We’ve got a few hacks that will help ensure you’ll never be bored with your leftovers again…

Egg-In-A-Hole Pizza

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Forget eating cold pizza for breakfast! Use a cookie cutter to take a circular chunk out of the middle of your slice, crack an egg into the hole, then slide the slice into the oven for 25 minutes at 400 degrees.

Waffle Pizza

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Here’s another breakfast trick that easily becomes a whole new meal. Spray your waffle iron with cooking spray or drop some butter in and preheat it. Cut off the crust of your pizza, fold it in half, place on the waffle iron, and close the lid. Your waffle pizza is ready when the cheese is melted and gooey.

Crispy Crust Microwave Trick

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There are two types of people when it comes to reheating pizza: Those who zap it in the microwave and those who insist on heating it in the pizza so the crust stays crisp. If you like crispy crust but don’t like waiting 20 minutes for oven-toasted pizza, add a cup of water in the microwave along with your slice.

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