This dish is sure to be a favorite for casual and fun nights. Combining the ease of ready-to-cook biscuits with the favorites of pizza toppings, the "bubbles" of pizza dough throughout this dish mix with the cheese, sauce, and meats in a mouth-watering, easy to prepare meal. It is even kid and husband friendly!

This recipe serves approximately 8 people.

Step 1: Ingredients

2 tubes refrigerated, ready-to-cook biscuits
15-16 ounce can or jar of pizza sauce.
1 pound hamburger
1 3.5 ounce package of pepperoni slices (approximately 50 slices)
1 tablespoon minced garlic
8 ounces shredded cheddar
8 ounces shredded mozzarella

1 9x13 pan
Grease or nonstick spray
Looks like my kind of winter meal. I can't wait to try it with ground hart. Great for winter camping too.
I'm glad you're only using a homophone for 'heart' :D Otherwise that could have been pretty creepy! Thanks for enjoying.
Looks really tasty and satisfying! I'll bet you could also do a nice breakfast pizza along these lines.
Ooh, fantastic idea. I will give it a try!
This looks seriously tasty. I'll definitely need to try it!
Thanks! Let me know how it goes!
As a forigner from across the pond, this looks awesome. However I have never really worked out what the hell a biscuit is? Any hints on how I can try this in Blighty?
North American buscuits = UK scones.
Oops, typo. <br> <br>Should have said biscuits = scones.
I assume you just leave out the sugar (the family recipie book has 3 tbps of caster sugar in it)? <br> <br>Otherwise it sounds easy, I just need the right night to make it. Cheers!
Ooh, thanks for letting us know!
Luckily for you biscuits are super easy! We use a lot of pre made dough from the refrigerated section at our super markets, but given you only need three or four ingredients, I have no idea why. http://allrecipes.com/recipe/easy-biscuits/
A biscuit here is just a small portion of a risen bread. Usually kind of flaky (though not always!). You can use bite size pieces of bread dough, or frozen pre-made dough. Basically any bread product which will rise a bit in the oven, in small enough chunks to mix with everything else reasonably well. <br> <br>Let me know how it goes for you and what adaption you made!
Pizza Casserole! Great job Mistyp... and it's nice to see you back!!! ;-)
Thanks! <br> <br>I am making it a tradition to always post at least one Valentines tutorial, so I'll always be back around this time of year :-D
Amazing job!
Yegads, this sounds, ad looks, amazing! <br> <br>I think I will try this (will half the recipe to try it). <br> <br>You didn't mention the pizza sauce in the description (unless I missed it), but it just gets mixed in with everything else, right?
Good catch! Yes, you add the sauce in with everything else. I added that into step 3--thanks for noticing. <br> <br>Let me know how it goes! Even though we just made (and consumed) this over the weekend, making the instructable made me crave it so I went and bought supplies to make it again later this week :-D It really is yummy.

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