Monday, July 1, 2013

Pull-Apart Pizza Bread


I have been wanting to share this recipe for a while.  I finally had a chance to snap some photos of this delicious bread.  Because, let me tell ya, this is a hard one to keep fingers away from long enough to snap a shot! It is so good and it is best while still warm.  I just wanted y'all to understand the sacrifices I make to get these photos taken (hee, hee). 
I had to swipe a few hands away to get a clear picture.  Seriously, with boys in the house, you know food like this does not last long.  And they start getting mighty impatient!
Anyhow, I first saw this recipe in the new Gooseberry Patch cookbook, Garfield..Recipes with Cattitude. You might remember that I did a review of that book not too long ago.  Well, I have really enjoyed so many recipes from that book, but this one stood out because I knew immediately it would be one my family would love.  This is a fun one to mix up so make sure to read my notes below.
Ingredients:
1 (12 oz) tube refrigerated flaky biscuits
1 tbsp. olive oil
16 slices pepperoni, quartered
1/4 cup shredded pizza-blend cheese
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 tsp. Italian Seasoning
t tsp. onion powder
1/4 tsp. garlic salt
pizza sauce, for dipping


oil not pictured

Note: My son loves sausage pizza so I think this one is great to add your favorite pizza toppings. Cooked and crumbled sausage or green peppers or even mushrooms would all be fun additions to this. Also, the original recipe calls for one onion, chopped. I just decided on the onion powder for my family. But feel free to add that into the recipe instead of onion powder.

Directions:
Preheat oven to 400F degrees.
Spray a bundt pan with nonstick cooking spray.
 
Note: The original recipe states to line your bundt pan with aluminum foil, then spray with nonstick cooking spray. I just used the nonstick and I did have to kind of go around the edges with a butter knife before it would release. But it did end up coming out just fine.

Cut each biscuit into 4 pieces, place in a bowl.
Toss biscuit pieces with oil and set aside.
In a separate bowl, combine remaining ingredients; mix well.
Add biscuits; toss well to coat.
Arrange in the prepared Bundt pan.
It looks good already, huh?
Bake at 400F degrees for 15 minutes (or until golden).
Turn bread out of pan onto a serving plate while still warm.
You may need to take a butter knife and gently go around the edges to get it to loosen it up.
I like to serve it top side up (the pretty side).
Serve with pizza sauce for dipping.
Makes about 2 dozen pieces.
No one can resist these, I'm telling ya!
Enjoy!
Printable Recipe HERE


21 comments :

Slightly Peckish said...

Oh, this looks DELICIOUS. And slightly sinful (but maybe that's why it looks so good, eh?). I'll have to try it very soon.

New visitor to your blog, but really like it - great site!

C x
http://www.slightlypeckish.co.uk

Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl said...

Oh man, this will be a super hit. My husband will probably write you a personalized thank you letter! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Tis looks good but I am not really too fond of biscuit dough. Do you thin k this would work out with frozen bread dough balls?

lw54719 said...

Could you use butter instead of oil

Heather McD said...

I was JUST looking for a recipe like this the other day! Thank you so much for sharing - I can't wait to try it!

Shiloh Barkley said...

So much easier than monkey bread with crescent rolls.

Carolina HeartStrings said...

Now this is a dangerous recipe. It looks fantastic!

yung@foodyoo.com said...

Wow…this looks gorgeous and yummy. I love this. Save the troubles of making pizza dough and enjoy something similar to pizza. This is just what I am looking for, thinking to try this coming weekend. :)

Anonymous said...

This was so easy and my family absolutely loved it. I will certainly make this again.

Karen said...

Such a fun recipe isn't it! It's one of my all time favorites!

michelle h. said...

We do, no problem.

Anonymous said...

I don't have a bundt pan! Can I use something else??

Anonymous said...

Love all of your appetizer recipes. Thanks, dotty

Anonymous said...

No bundt pan....what's a good substitute?

Anonymous said...

I think that using a 2 qt. round baking dish would give you similar results. Also, as far as for the sticking factor, I line the bottom of my cake pans with wax paper for easy removal. Good luck. :)

Anonymous said...

I used store-bought pizza dough, this recipe is amazing, was SO good!!

Anonymous said...

I tried this, but was wondering if I could use more cheese, it just seems as thought it was not enough, other than that this was a very good snack for my family. thank you for this :)

Donna Tracy said...

My mom told me about your site and now I am hooked. I love the fact that you show step by step pictures. Your recipes are awesome!.I'm so glad my mom came across your site and shared with me.

Anonymous said...

Question, the ingredients in the recipe calls for parmesan cheese, but the picture shows mozzarella? Which turned out better?

Brandie Skibinski said...

Thank you so much Donna! I apologize I didn't see your comment earlier! I am so happy you are here. Ok, if you don't have a bundt pan, you can use a 9x13 baking dish. Just keep an eye on the time of it. It might bake faster since they are more spread out.
About the cheese, you use both mozzarella and Parmesan cheese in this recipe. You can add as much cheese as you like really. I probably would've add even more because I love cheese!

Brandie Skibinski said...

Thank you so much Donna! I apologize I didn't see your comment earlier! I am so happy you are here. Ok, if you don't have a bundt pan, you can use a 9x13 baking dish. Just keep an eye on the time of it. It might bake faster since they are more spread out.
About the cheese, you use both mozzarella and Parmesan cheese in this recipe. You can add as much cheese as you like really. I probably would've add even more because I love cheese!