Bachelor Chow - Mini Pizzas




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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!

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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!

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    11 Discussions


    6 years ago on Step 9

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


    7 years ago on Introduction

    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 :)


    9 years ago on Introduction

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


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

     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.


    9 years ago on Introduction

    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".


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