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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

Tools

Toaster oven
Baking pan
Kitchen timer
Oven mitt or pot holder

Materials

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). 
I might just have to get a toaster oven to truly appreciate what you have done here, thanks!
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.
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 :)
My mouth is watering ().()
I've made something similar to this before... try crushed black pepper, fresh arugula, and mozzarella.... SO&nbsp;GOOD!<br />
Are You really getting money from this?<br />
&nbsp;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&nbsp;&reg; 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.
These look very good, your diet is steadily being shared with the world....<br /> I would have to grind some black pepper on this, but you're giving me &quot;munchies&quot;.<br /> <br /> L
lol <br />
Same here...<br />
These are fantastic.<br />

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