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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Bubble Up Pizza


This is an oldie but a goodie.  I haven't made this in forever.  I had forgotten how good it is.  This is one of the very first Pampered Chef recipes I ever made.  It is quick, easy and GOOD!  This pizza casserole is full of flavor and easy to customize to your family's taste.  We used sausage and turkey pepperoni because that is what I like.  (When you are the cook, you get to make it the way you like it.)  I may add some mushrooms to half of the pizza next time for Chicken Legs.  This will definitely be going back in the rotation for pizza night!




Bubble Up Pizza


2 cans (12oz) golden layer buttermilk biscuits (Pillsbury Grands! Jr)
1 jar (15oz) pizza sauce
2 cups mozzarella cheese
your favorite pizza toppings - cooked sausage, turkey pepperoni, peppers, mushrooms
cooking spray

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  

Cut biscuits into quarters and place in medium bowl.  Toss biscuits with pizza sauce.  Add pizza topping and half of the cheese.  Toss until well blended.  Spray a 9x13 pan with cooking spray.  Pour biscuit mixture into pan and top with remaining cheese.  Bake at 375 for 25-30 minutes, or until biscuits are done.


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CONNECT WITH PLAIN CHICKEN

41 comments:

  1. The pizza looks so delicious and easy to make!!

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  2. How easy! Can't wait to try it.

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  3. Normally the hubby doesn't like csseroles, but I bet I could get him to eat this.

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  4. WOW! This sounds so good and so easy!Perfect for a weeknight meal! My kids would devour this, myself included : )

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  5. pampered chef recipes are good eh? :)

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  6. Great, easy recipe. Pizza is always a wonderful dinner choice. :)

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  7. I cooked this tonight! Great recipe!

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  8. We've made this one too when we bought the Pampered Chef stone ware stuff several years ago. It is very filling!

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  9. I have made this and enjoy it very much/ My family loves it also...which makes my life easier...

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  10. I made this Sunday after church and it was a hit w/ my husband! The prep work is a cinch and the bake time is quick making it a great anytime meal! This will get put into the rotation of recipes!YUM-O! Thanks.

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  11. Now, if all I had was 2 cans of crescent rolls and I wanted it right now, would that work? ;)

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  12. Julia - I'd definitely try it! I would not unroll the crescent dough and cut the log it into 10 rounds and quarter those. I bet it will be good!

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  13. I made this tonight and my husband and two year old loved It! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. I made this last night (with turkey pepperoni and mushrooms), and it was delish! I loved the crusty edges...thanks!

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  15. I made this and wrote about it here. It was a huge hit with the whole family, and really fun for my daughter and I to make together. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

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  16. This looks awesome - I so need to try it! Yum!! :)

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  17. made this tonight ... chicken caprice bubble up pizza. Oh My Yum!

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  18. Is that two 12oz cans of biscuits or 12oz all together?

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  19. This looks delicious!! Definitely gonna try this!!

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  20. This looks delicious!! Definitely gonna try this!!

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  21. I made this tonight and my family loved it! I went back for seconds, which is nothing new. But when my very picky 9-year-old son went back for seconds, I almost fell out of my chair! Thanks for a great recipe! It was easy, cheap, and quick!

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  22. I made this and the center wouldn't quite cook all the way and the edges were burning. did anyone else have this problem? the taste was delicious, I just don't know how I can get it to cook evenly.

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  23. Mine didn't cook all the way through, either. The middle was doughy - even after trying to rebake. The parts that were cooked through were great!

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  24. Holy cow! This is sooooooo good! I could eat the entire pan by myself! We have been in a pizza rut lately and this new version is wonderful!

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  25. This is so good, that a young bear tried to come in a window on the back of our house while I was baking this. That is the honest truth. We had the windows open because of the warm weather and I heard this strange noise at the back of the house. He wasn't quite tall enough to reach through the screen, but he left his claw marks. So now you now how good it is, the scent wafting out will attract anyone!!

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  26. Pizza sauce or spaghetti sauce? Does it matter? I don't have pizza sauce on hand.

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  27. Lauren - either one will work fine. No need to run to the grocery store! :)

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  28. I tried this and found that the biscuits were still raw in the center of the pan after 25 min @375. So I bumped the heat up to 425, covered in foil and let cook another 20 min. Perfect.

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  29. I accidently grabbed regular grands bisquits not the jr ones how do you think those would work?would I just use one can maybe?

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    1. I always use the regular grands biscuits with these. I've never seen the juniors in any of my stores :( I use both cans, and just check the middle for doneness before I pull it out.

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  30. Cathy - I just checked and the Grands and Grands JR are the same overall weight. I think you can use the two cans of Grands and be OK.

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  31. I am so happy I found this recipe. I'm cooking in Berlin, DE, so the measurements are a little different. It worked out because the portions are smaller, so I was able to scale it down. I used 16oz of biscuits, 12.35oz of spaghetti sauce, and I used 2 cups of mozzarella (we're cheese lovers). I added one raw green & red bell pepper to the mixture and cooked ground beef and thinly sliced onions before adding it to the mix. I baked for 30 minutes and it came out perfect. Great as leftovers as well. Thanks for sharing!

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  32. My whole family LOVED this! So simple and delicious. Will definitely be going into the regular rotation. Thanks!!

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  33. Kim - so glad to hear your family loved the bubble up pizza!! Make sure to check out the white bubble up pizza and bubble up enchiladas!

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  34. If you cut this in half do you think it would be the same cooking time?

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  35. I am making this for the first time tonight--trying BBQ sauce, chicken pieces(already cooked), onions and mozzarella cheese...looking forward to it! My husband is super picky about pizza, but loves the bbq chicken kind--so I hope my version doesn't disappoint!

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  36. Sarah - what a great idea! I am totally going to try it this week.

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  37. I've now made this twice. Both the wife & I love it.

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  38. Stephanie, I made this recipe last night and used spaghetti sauce instead of Pizza, But the rest of the ingredients were the same. The top was nice and golden brown but when we went to eat it I noticed the biscuits inside were still really raw.. Is there something different I could have done? When I make the Bubble up Cordon Bleu I never have that issue I cooked it for 30 Mins.. What are your thoughts?

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