How To Draw Pizza 🍕 for Kids (+ 15 Fun Pizza Trivia!)

How To Draw Pizza 🍕 for Kids (+ 15 Fun Pizza Trivia!)

Have you ever had a deep yearning for pizza? Ok, silly question…who hasn’t! This salty, cheese-y, crunchy-crusted goodness is one of the best food masterpieces in the world! Speaking of masterpieces, since art is all about passion, give this easy-peasy how-to-draw pizza tutorial a try…especially if you’re thinking about pizza too much.

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🖍️ Tools For Success

🎨 Parents: The only tools you need to use these how-to-draw tutorials are: an eraser, a pencil, and a piece of paper. But – if you have them around – a sketching pencil makes for fainter and softer lines that help kids build fine motor accuracy. I also recommend going over the sketch pencil with a black outline marker when you’re done for a neater finish. Lastly, erase the pencil marks before adding color.

How To Draw Pizza Slice Step By Step

1. When you have a New York slice in your hands, it’s almost always these two things: triangular and HUGE! So let’s start drawing a big, long triangle with a steep, pointed end and a shorter wall on the opposite side. This triangle will become the bed of yummy cheese.

2. It’s not a pizza without the crust. On the short side of your pizza, draw the crust starting with small arches on the top and bottom. Next, connect the two arches on the pizza slice with a slightly curved line running parallel to the short side of the triangle.

3. The pizza is taking shape but needs a bottom crust. The bottom crust looks almost like a half-drawn spoon already so mirror the bottom of the triangle until it looks like you have a full spoon shape that has a flat handle with a rounded head at the end.

4. The best part of making a pizza to me is decorating it with toppings. And that’s what we’re doing! I love myself a good pepperoni classic so draw a small round circle inside the triangle.

5. Next we’re going with ham slices. Draw a ham square next to the circle within the bounds of the triangle shape.

6. Let’s kick up the toppings with more pepperoni circles, squares, and triangles. There are no rules now – you can add button mushrooms, mini round sausages, or dice cut rectangular pineapples and more.

7. Woah! That’s a nice slice of ZA already! Let’s hit it with some color: a golden yellow crust, smooth mild yellow cheese, and toppings in red, orange, pink, green, sunny yellow…that’s up to you!


Pizza is an uncomplicated piece of art: it can be both simple and versatile at the same time. If you’re looking for more pizza & art inspirations, how about a free pizza crochet tutorial?


  • Pizza delivery orders surge the most out of any other time of the year during local Super Bowl games.
  • Americans eat some 100 acres of pizza a day, or 350 slices per second or so.
  • In June 1958, Pizza Hut was founded by two Wichita State University students, brothers Dan, and Frank Carney.
  • The first pizzeria ever to be founded was “Antica Pizzeria Port’Alba ” in 1830.
  • In Johannesburg, South Africa the largest pizza ever was made at the Norwood pick ‘n pay hypermarket. According to the Guinness book of records, the pizza was 37.4 meters in diameter and was made with 500 kg of flour, 800 kg of cheese, and 900 kg of tomato puree. On December 8, 1990, this was done.
  • The United States has about 61,269 pizzerias.
  • In 2 minutes and 35 seconds, the world’s fastest pizza maker can make 14 pizzas.
  • Another pizza-making competition held by Domino’s Pizza for Domino Pizza employees was won by a Canadian franchisee owner – Lomker. He made 3 large pizzas in just 57 seconds and won $3,000 in prize money, title, and trophy.
  • In Anchorage, Alaska, there is the highest-grossing single-unit independent pizzeria in the world called Moose’s Tooth Pub and Pizzeria.
  • Geoff Esper is the world record holder for pizza eating when it comes to both entire pies and slices.
  • Super Bowl Sunday, New Year’s Eve, Halloween, Thanksgiving Eve, and New Year’s Day are the top 5 pizza-selling holidays.
  • The US National Pizza month is October.
  • Around 3 billion pizzas are delivered each year worldwide.
  • Domino’s is America’s gold pizza standard. They are the biggest pizza chain of both size and reputation.
  • 62% of Americans prefer meat toppings on the pizza while 38% prefer vegetables.
  • The most popular night to eat pizza is Saturday Night.
  • From Cape Town, South Africa to Sydney, Australia – that’s how far of a distance a single pizza delivery has traveled to get to their recipient.


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