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Junebug, my kids loved this...kinda like a thick crust pizza with lots of mozz cheese, italian sausage, onions and mushrooms and some tomatoes. Super simple supper! TY

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LAURIE February 02, 2003

My boyfriend and I made this for dinner this weekend, and it was so good -- and easy! We skipped the peppers, used a little less onion, added ground spicy Italian sausage to the bottom, and used the low-fat Bisquick. When it was time to add cheese, we used low-fat shredded mozzarella, put some turkey pepperoni on it, and then added Italian seasoning, oregano, basil, red pepper flakes, and ground black pepper. It was so good. The only bad part was there were no leftovers by the time we got up from the table!

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KissaK1 September 16, 2007

I was looking for a quick and easy dinner after a long day outdoors with the kidlets and this was perfect! Made the recipe exactly as it was posted and it turned out perfect! We will definitely be making this again! Thanks! :)

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Flower Fairy June 26, 2009

I had a similar problem to another poster. I ended up cooking the crust for an extra 10 minutes and at 425. I threw on the toppings and cooked for another 20 minutes and the crust was still a soggy mess. I cooked leftover soup for dinner that night and threw this pizza in the fridge. The next day, I reheated for an hour at 350 degrees and the crust was still soggy and gross. The only thing I did different was that I increased the crust batter by 50% (used 3/4 cup bisquick, 3 eggs and 1.5 cup milk) and put it into a larger pan so that I could feed 3. Maybe that was my mistake, but next time I think I'll just pull out my bread machine and make a proper pizza dough.

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LawyerMom March 27, 2008

Very good. I messed up though and used too many eggs(or maybe large eggs) because mine took almost 2 hours to cook and it was like a quiche when it came out. When I try again I will use medium eggs instead of large. Thanks!

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Koshka January 30, 2008

Delicious, easy and quick to prepare!! Can't ask for more! Used Bisquick Clone for the Bisquick. Could add about anything on this - olives, some pepperoni, some mushrooms, etc., etc.! Thanks Junebug! :)

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Redsie July 02, 2007

This is easy pizzey. haha. pun intended! :) I love to make ANY of the impossibly easy pies. They are quick, super healthy, and make for great lunches for the hubby the next day. I think sometimes the 'impossibly easy pies' (in general- there are many on the betty crocker website) can be a little on the bland side, so I usually put some minced garlic, oregeno, basil, etc in these dishes.... it makes it much more fun for the tastebuds!

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Megan Krape January 04, 2007

junebug-wow, this was so good, easy to make. i skipped the peppers and substituted mushrooms and extra onion yum

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mandabears February 17, 2005

Junebug, I let my step-son and step-daughter each make one of these for our family dinner. It was so easy, they didn't really need any help from me. My husband and step-son demolished one pie between the two of them. I loved the simple goodness and cheesiness of this recipe. Thanks for posting it. I love all the "impossibly easy" pies that I have tried so far.

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ratherbeswimmin' February 16, 2005
Impossibly Easy Pizza Pie