Friday, September 7, 2012

Biscuit Pizzas

So, I'm a comparison shopper.  As in, I spend much more time in the grocery store than most people because I'm meticulously comparing two items and the difference in price.  While I was marathon-comparing, I noticed that the grocery store had made a 'breakfast pack', a pre-packaged assortment of breakfast items at a good price.  It had a roll of sausage, a pound of bacon, a dozen eggs and two rolls of refrigerated biscuits.  I needed the sausage and eggs anyway and the price of the package was about the same as if I bought just those two items separately... so it felt like free bacon and biscuits.

You can imagine my joy.

In order to really feel like I was getting a good deal for my money, I decided to use those biscuits to make pizza.  I knew it was the right thing to do.

With the biscuits bought, I had everything on hand:

I took two of the biscuits and mushed them together.  That's a culinary term... 'mushed'.  I rolled them flat onto a silicone baking mat with a little flour to keep them from sticking.

I put a little pizza sauce...

A little cheese...

And some pepperoni.

I baked them at 375 degrees for about ten minutes.

Spoiler alert: This tastes like regular pizza.  I don't know what I expected, but it tasted just like other pizza crust... I loved that it was mini and can be personalized.  The hubs loves icky stuff on his pizza, while I'm a purist.  It's that whole 'star-crossed lovers' thing.  Anyhoo, give these a try, they are so easy and yummy!
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  1. Definitely have to try these. My 6 yr old is always wanting to make his own personal pizza. Great Idea!

  2. Looking very tasty, although I do prefer plain cheese and tomato.

  3. I always tell hubby we should make pizzas one night. This would be perfect for everyone to make their own. Never would have thought to use biscuits.


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