Total Time
Prep 25 mins
Cook 10 mins

I just love these little pizzas. They are so easy & it tastes different from the other pizzas.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. If you use ground chuck be sure to cook til brown& drain before you put on pizza.
  2. Heat oven to 450 degrees.
  3. Roll biscuits on floured board into thin rounds, about 4 in.
  4. in diameter.
  5. Place on buttered cookie sheet.
  6. Spread each round with tomato sauce, with your choice of meat.
  7. Add cheese, oregano& dot with butter.
  8. Bake at 450 degrees for 8- 10 minutes.


Most Helpful

My kids love what we call Biscuit Pizza's. Our recipe is very similiar to yours except we use pizza sauce instead of tomato sauce and oregano. Depending on what cheese is in the refrigerator, we used cheddar or pizza cheese. The meat of choice is always pepperoni with the kids (also easier). Now that my kids are older they actually hand pat the biscuits into rounds and fix them all by themselves. Hard to believe we used to make these when I was a kid (your way though as there was no pizza sauce) over 30 years ago. Glad to see you post this kid friendly recipe (not gourmet but not bad for adults either)!!!!

Caryn September 10, 2002

Nice! I used some spaghetti sauce I made up last week in a pinch and rice cheese (mozzarella flavor). We don't usually put meat on our pizza so I left it out and also did not put any butter on top. They were quick and easy and the kids really enjoyed them. Thanks.

ladypit December 07, 2004

These were quick and easy to do, using ingredients I generally have on hand. I didn't use the meat, but cut peppers into different shapes and my grandaughters made pumpkin faces on them...we had pumpkin pizzas. Thanks for sharing your recipe bmelton686.

Junebug October 08, 2004

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