Pizza Bubble Bread (Microwaveable!)

"This is an incredibly easy snack recipe that I learned back in 7th grade Home Ec. Good for kids, dorm cooking, movie nite, or any quick fix. It's also a great one to make with kids because they can help with the entire process or make it themselves if they're older. You can always split up the Italian seasoning or add more toppings if you need more "jobs" for your cooks! For easier and safer cutting, they can use kitchen scissors. I don't like pepperoni so I always replace it with mushrooms or peppers."
photo by Megan L. photo by Megan L.
photo by Megan L.
Ready In:


  • 1 (10 ounce) package refrigerated biscuits
  • 34 cup pizza sauce
  • 14 cup pepperoni, sliced small
  • 12 teaspoon italian seasoning
  • 1 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded


  • Spray a glass pie pan (a 9x9 pan also works) with cooking spray.
  • Place a custard cup upside down in the center of pan (this is to make sure it cooks evenly). Make sure to spray this with cooking spray also.
  • Separate the biscuits and cut each biscuit into 4-6 pieces per biscuit.
  • Toss dough with pizza sauce and seasoning. Pour around custard cup.
  • Sprinkle mozzarella and pepperoni over the top.
  • Microwave for 6 minutes. Watch closely as microwaves vary. Enjoy:)!
  • **Variation** Make it Mexican with picante sauce, taco cheese, cumin, and black olives.
  • **Of course, you could always make this in the oven too!

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  1. My 20 year old son brought this exact recipe home from his Home - Ec. (or FACS as they call it now) class back when he was in Junior High and we have been using it ever since! This is a great easy and fast recipe to make.
  2. I was about to post this recipe and found yours! I made it in the oven at 400 degrees for 10-13 minutes on a greased cookie sheet. We really enjoyed it as a change from regular pizza. I'll have to try the microwave method sometime.
  3. I made this for the grandkids,my oven was 1000 wts. It came out great.Thanks for sharing.


Hi! My name is Katie and I live in Minnesota - just a bit southeast of the Minneapolis. I am employed at a great company called BI, working on loyalty marketing programs. I've loved to cook/bake for as long as I can remember. I grew up helping Mom dump ingredients while she was baking and was the official 'stirrer' until I was old enough to cook. Cooking/baking is the ultimate stress reliever for me. I love to cook for others and am discovering how much fun entertaining is:)! Besides my FT job, I have a small business creating websites. Other interests of mine are inline skating (annual marathon in Sept.), long distance running (love 1/2 marathons), watching Friends DVDs, traveling, and reading. I find myself searching the Zaar daily for recipes and new ideas and I'm always excited to rate some of my faves!! I am working on posting more of my own, but determining my measurements is proving rather tricky.
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