Pull-Apart Pizza Bread

Sometimes, having a lazy movie afternoon with your loves is the best possible way to spend the day. Especially if it’s rainy or cold, there’s nothing better than to pile on the couch and spend some quality time together. 

Every now and then, I stumble onto recipes that seem like they would be perfect for those times. My aim is something finger friendly, not terribly messy, family friendly, and not too terribly unhealthy. 

Pinterest and the web in general are full of recipes for different “pull apart breads”. These all remind me of Monkey Bread, the delicious ooey gooey dessert that I first remember making in home ec class in 6th grade (yes, we all took home ec when I was in middle school. Shop, too). One of the most prolific versions seems to be a “pizza” like version, and that’s what I opted to make. 

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I didn’t use a recipe for this – I just threw it all together. 

I started with… 

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I sliced the biscuits into quarters, 

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Then tossed them with about a tablespoon of olive oil in a bowl, then added mozzarella and parmesan cheeses, and a tablespoon of Italian seasoning. Then, I added pepperoni (I use turkey, but any would work). 

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Typically, these recipes call for a bundt pan, but I only used one can of biscuits (usually they specify two) so I tried using the pans that I bought to make taco salad shells instead. 

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I baked these at 375 for about 15-20 mins or until they are nicely golden on top. 

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Then i like to pull them apart a bit on a plate to make it easy to grab. 

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Dip in your favorite dipping sauce… marinara, ranch dressing, whatever you dip your pizza in. 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Pull-Apart Pizza Bread

  1. Stopping in from Sweet and Savoury Link Party.
    My kids love pizza and I just so happen to own some of the taco bowl pans! Pinned! They will be getting them for lunch next week:)

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