Introduction: Bachelor Chow - Mini Pizzas

Unlike some of my other Bachelor Chow offerings, this one requires the forethought to actually have the ingredients available. Watch for that to surface more and more as a theme here.
You can make these faster than you can heat any of the popular frozen pizzas or have one delivered. 
Let's get started!

Step 1: Tools and Materials Needed


Toaster oven
Baking pan
Kitchen timer
Oven mitt or pot holder


1 roll - Pillsbury Grands® Buttermilk Biscuits (make sure to use Pillsbury Grands® because as I've said many times before, these multi-billion dollar corporations pay me millions as a result of these instructables.)
1 Packet - Shredded Pizza Cheese blend.
1 Bottle - Squeezable Pizza Sauce
1 Packet - Pepperoni

Makes one dozen Mini Pizzas, approximately 50 calories each (like you really care). 

Step 2: Pre Heat Toaster Oven

 Pre-heat your Toaster oven to 400°

Step 3: Open the Biscuits

Peel the wrapper off the biscuit tube and it will rupture and pop open. Un-roll it and remove one of the biscuits.
Look closely and you will see that each biscuit is layered. Split each one into three roughly equal pieces.

Step 4: Lay Out the Biscuits.

 Lay out the biscuit slices in a baking pan.

Step 5: Cheesilate!

 Add a healthy amount of cheese to each slice.

Step 6: Add Some Saucitude!

Some folks will tell you to add the sauce first, but these are Chicago style Mini Pizzas, so the sauce goes on top of the cheese. 

Step 7: Pepperonify!

 You could actually use any topping you like here. Mushrooms, Olives, Ground Beef. The sky's the limit! You could even omit this step altogether, but I can't imagine why you'd want to do that.

Step 8: Cook It!

 Set your timer to 9 minutes and pop it in the Toaster oven.

Step 9: Remove From Oven & Eat!

When the timer goes off. Take it out of the oven and chow down!


squat251 (author)2012-11-21

I might just have to get a toaster oven to truly appreciate what you have done here, thanks!

Khalim (author)2011-09-20

Living it Italy, i have never seen any of these ingredients and those biscuits look totally out of this planet, but it still looks delicious.

halloweengirl80 (author)2011-09-14

Mini Biscuit Pizzas are the BEST! Chicks and kids love 'em too! Omnomnom....I like to put the sauce as the bottom layer, like "traditional" style, but I like your option too--less soggy! That would allow me to skip the pre-baking step I've had to do with mine :)

Screamo (author)2010-09-26

My mouth is watering ().()

jdwaynes1980 (author)2010-03-15

I've made something similar to this before... try crushed black pepper, fresh arugula, and mozzarella.... SO GOOD!

Chromatica (author)2010-01-26

Are You really getting money from this?

Marsh (author)Chromatica2010-01-26

 I wish. It's just that way back when, some dork said he thought I was being commercial when I cited brand names. Ever since I use the ® symbol and say I get a royalty anyway. The fact of the matter is that if you use the brands I say, it should turn out just the same as mine. Use some generic crap and who knows what you may end up with.

lemonie (author)2010-01-23

These look very good, your diet is steadily being shared with the world....
I would have to grind some black pepper on this, but you're giving me "munchies".


DIY Dave (author)lemonie2010-01-24


Chromatica (author)lemonie2010-01-23

Same here...

SAMtheMAN99 (author)2010-01-23

These are fantastic.

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