Renee, Kelli’s mother in law, is so sweet. From time to time in a Christmas card or birthday card, she’ll give Kelli some momento from Jason’s childhood. This Christmas she gave Kelli a recipe card that Jason had written out. It was for “Bubble Pizza”…at the time his spelling wasn’t top notch so he wrote, “bube” instead of bubble.
Kelli ended up asking about the recipe and came up with this…
3 tubes of refrigerator biscuits-cut each biscuit into three pieces
a can of tomato sauce or equivalent of spaghetti sauce
Pizza toppings of your choice
Stir together and put in a 9 x 13 cake pan, Sprinkle cheese over the top. Bake for 25 -30 minutes, checking to make sure the biscuits aren’t doughy.
Kelli mixed her’s up right in the pan getting the sides of the pan messy.
Like her daddy, Georgia loved it!
She’s totally on table food and does a great job with it all.
This with green beans was her absolute favorite. Well…I’ll be honest, green beans and anything is her favorite…or green beans alone for that matter. The girl LOVES green beans.
Isn’t is so sweet that Kelli’s mother in law shares little momentos with Kelli. I think it’s the sweetest. I’ve long ago sent everything to my kids’ houses….so no momento giving for me. For those of you who still have stuff around, this is a wonderful idea.
3 thoughts on “Bubble Pizza”
LOL Great minds think alike. This is the second time today I’ve seen this recipe on a blog. Chris on “Recipes that Crock” also featured it. I’d never heard of it. Monkey bread, yes; bubble pizza, no. I started passing on “mementos” from my my youth/parents/family to my children on birthdays and holidays. I keep telling them to make a list of things they want and they might get them sooner rather than later.
Grandson-2 wouldn’t eat anything green until he helped me snap green beans and he just had to taste what he had helped “make.” Grandson-3 would eat green beans straight out of the can.
Bubble pizza sounds great. Mom used to make double crust pita everything that’s on a pizza goes in it. She would make with whatever flour she had in hand. Always was a great favorite. The pizza came to town. Mom shared recipes and quilts. She made sure we knew how to cook well from scratch, can and sew. You can’t ask for a better heritage. Once you know the basics. Going hard-headed after the knowledge in books is a snap. Your girls are proving that Jo. Great going.