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Bubble Up Pizza Bread

on September 28, 2014

Sigh. Once again, I failed at two posts this month 😦 Barelyyyy getting this one in before October! Super easy and carb-filled recipe to share today. Of course, this is another idea from Pinterest and since I love me some pizza, I couldn’t help but make this! And I’ve made it several times now – yummy! But gotta watch those carbs!

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I’m getting hungry just looking at this picture! Start with your ingredients:

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Grands biscuits (or any kind of ready-to-bake biscuits), pepperoni, cheese, chili flakes, garlic powder, olive oil and minced garlic. Of course, feel free to use your favorite pizza toppings! I prefer to keep it simple with pepperoni (turkey in this case!)

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Cut each biscuit into quarters, and try not to squish them too much!

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Toss together in a large bowl with the olive oil, cheese, pepperoni, garlic powder, garlic and the chili flakes. I did this in batches so the biscuits and toppings would be evenly distributed.

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Spray your pan well with cooking spray, or you can use oil or butter as well. Then dump the pizza biscuit mixture into the pan. Spread it out evenly so it has room to bake and puff up. I topped the mix with some more cheese and chili flakes 😀

Bake according to the directions on the biscuit tube, then test for done-ness. I noticed that sometimes, they were ready to eat after the recommended time, but I usually baked them a little longer until it got a little browner on top. The following pictures are not all from the same batch… but they were all delicious!

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A super easy and delicious meal! Eating it is true carbi-cide but hey, a girl’s gotta indulge every once in a while! 🙂

 

Happy pizza baking!

Yenny

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2 responses to “Bubble Up Pizza Bread

  1. Yum! This looks so good!

  2. David Esq. says:

    You can make perfect pizza from scratch. It still has the carbs but not all of the other things that a canned biscuit has which you might wish to avoid. Of course, it won’t be as flaky! Check it out:
    Great pizza at home.
    longer method on Making Perfect Pizza

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