Bubble Pizza Recipe – This recipe is made with refrigerated biscuits that make is so quick and easy. Perfect for a meal in minutes.
I realized something this week. My dog has been playing me. He has been using me as his own personal toy picker-upper.
In the 4 years that he has been alive he has accumulated a pretty good number of dog toys and some of which are complete rags because I feel bad about throwing them away because he still enjoys playing with them so much.
I used to just toss away a toy that had a hole in it that was bleeding cotton stuffing into the trash until I realized that he would not have any toys left after it was all done, so instead I began to pull out the stuffing and give the toy back to him in an effort to save money and keep him happy.
So to say that he has a good amount of toys would be fairly accurate.
In fact he has so many toys that they were being left in every room in the house so I began putting the toys in an unused fabric storage cube in order to have a central place to put them.
Now the only problem with this is that I have to physically pick the toys up and put them into the storage bin myself. I have tried to train him on how to do it himself, since after all poodles are one of the smartest breeds and he picks up new tricks quickly, but this task always ended in me giving up because he was just not going to do it; no matter how many treats I tried to bribe him with.
So alas…each time doggie toys were on the floor…I would pick them up and place them into the bin and be done with it.
That was until today.
Today I was playing with my dog’s favorite toy that he has had since Christmas and no matter how many toys he had received since then, this is still his favorite. He is very protective over it and surprisingly its still intact with only minor damage; and it still has all of its cotton stuffing.
Anyway I was playing fetch with him and decided to grab it from him and continue to pretend that this was my toy and not his. At this moment my dog politely picks up his toy and nicely places it into the fabric storage bin and walks away.
He walks away as if to communicate to me that the game is over…the toy has been put away…do not touch it.
This one small act lets me know that he is perfectly capable of putting his toys away and I am not sure what to do with this.
In need of a quick and easy weeknight dinner option?
Especially after realizing that your dog knows how to put his toys away and simply refuses to do so?
Well this recipe for Bubble (Biscuit) Pizza is exactly what you need 😉
Bubble Pizza Ingredients:
- 1 tube (16.30 oz.) Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers Original refrigerated biscuits
- 1 jar (14 oz.) tomato basil pizza sauce
- Italian seasoning, to taste
- 1 pkg (8 oz.) Mozzarella cheese, shredded
- 3 oz. pepperoni slices
- ½ cup green pepper, chopped
- ½ cup onion, chopped
- Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray a 9×13-in. baking dish with cooking spray or grease with shortening and set aside.
- Separate the 8 biscuits and cut each biscuit into quarters. Place them in an even layer in the prepared pan.
- Spread the pizza sauce over the top and sprinkle with Italian seasoning. Top with 1-1/2 cups of the cheese. Place the pepperoni slices, green pepper, and onions over the cheese. Sprinkle the remaining ½ cup cheese over the top.
- Bake 25-30 minutes or until the biscuits are cooked through and the cheese is melted. Let stand 5 minutes before cutting.
- Serve topped with extra sauce.
*Recipe adapted from Real Housemoms