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Old 01-25-2007, 08:58 AM   #1
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Default Biscuit Pizza's

1 pkg Pillsbury Biscuits (10) in dairy case
1 8oz can tomato sauce or can use pizza sauce
grated mozzarella cheese
sliced pepperoni

Pull biscuits apart and place on cookie sheet at least 2 inches apart. Press a little if not flat. If using plain tomato sauce, I add a pinch or two to taste - sugar, garlic salt, oregano, and basil. Spread about 1 tsp sauce on biscuits. Sprinkle on some cheese. (don't need much) then put on 1 slice pepperoni.

Bake at 400 for 8-10 minutes (a little less if freezing).

Can freeze on cookie sheets and bag AFTER they are frozen. Bake it the same way straight from freezer.
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yuck!!!!!
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Old 01-25-2007, 09:27 AM   #3
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Well...gee....everybody that I've made them for has loved them.....????? You could at least TRY them before you say that! Where have I heard that before??? Oh yeah......that's what I told my 3 yr old yesterday!
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Well...gee....everybody that I've made them for has loved them.....????? You could at least TRY them before you say that! Where have I heard that before??? Oh yeah......that's what I told my 3 yr old yesterday!
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Nope! Now, if you make some of these to go with that beer....then we can talk!
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Believe it or not, those were a staple for my family when I was growing up, in the late '60s and early '70s! My mom would bake up a couple trays whenever we had card games, or for Steeler Sundays, or on cold late fall Saturday afternoons. I make them about once a year, even today!


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Believe it or not, those were a staple for my family when I was growing up, in the late '60s and early '70s! My mom would bake up a couple trays whenever we had card games, or for Steeler Sundays, or on cold late fall Saturday afternoons. I make them about once a year, even today!


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My mom made a lazy version of these when I was growing up - she did everything the same as your recipe but she used english muffins instead of the biscuits - we ate these almost every weekend especially during football season...and of course I still make them - but I think I will live on the wild side and try your biscuit version...
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My mom made a lazy version of these when I was growing up - she did everything the same as your recipe but she used english muffins instead of the biscuits - we ate these almost every weekend especially during football season...and of course I still make them - but I think I will live on the wild side and try your biscuit version...
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