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Bubble Up Pizza

Food, glorious food!  I’m really digging this whole “find-a-recipe-online-and-give-it-a-try” thing!  After the success of Wednesday night’s Bubble Up Enchiladas (they were so, so incredibly good!), I decided to head back to Plain Chicken and see what other incredible recipes Steph had posted on her website.  Being a nut for those rise-as-you-bake-’em flaky biscuits, I was thrilled to find another “Bubble Up” recipe.  This time, we’re doin’ it up Italian style…

The Bubble Up Pizza recipe was good, but nowhere near as good as the Bubble Up Enchiladas recipe was.  The beauty of recipes like these is that they allow for you to be as jazzy and spicy or as plain and simple as you wish.  Because I am a finicky eater who doesn’t like spicy food, I kept tonight’s recipe simple and rather plain.  Maybe some sausage would have made this dish a little more oomph-y.  My husband agreed that it was good, but not as good as the enchiladas.  Still, it was a satisfying meal that was filling, inexpensive, and super easy to make.  I think that the next time I make this, I’ll try sausage.  And some Italian seasoning.  Maybe some Canadian bacon?  Anyway, here is the recipe.  If you make it, please let me know how you jazz it up and make it your own!

Bubble Up Pizza

2 cans (12 oz. each) of Pillsbury Grands Jr. biscuits (I used Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers Original)
1 jar (15 oz.) of pizza sauce (I used Ragu Pizza Sauce Homemade Style)
2 cups of shredded mozzarella cheese
Your favorite pizza toppings (I used browned ground beef and pepperoni)

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.

Cut the biscuits in to fourths and place them in a large bowl.  Toss the biscuits with the pizza sauce.  Add the pizza toppings and one cup of the cheese.  Toss until well blended.  

Spray a 9″-by-13″ pan with cooking spray.  Pour the biscuit mixture into the prepared pan and top with the remaining cheese.  Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until the biscuits are done.

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