Friday, January 17, 2014

Bubble Pizza (Starring Timmy!)

This is a little recipe that a friend of mine shared years ago that’s easy as pie and kids love to make. Since Timmy has recently become more interested in cooking with me, I thought this would be a great recipe for him to make by himself, with just a little supervision. I absolutely LOVE cooking with my kids. It’s such a wonderful way to build bonds with them, working together to create nourishment for our bodies, and learning too! There are lots of pictures, because he’s the star of the show today. So, without further ado…Heeeeeeeere’s Timmy!

First, open up the cans of biscuits, and cut them into quarters. Place the cut biscuit pieces into a bowl.

Measure the spaghetti sauce and add to the biscuit pieces. Gently stir the sauce in to coat all pieces. We chose to use a rubber spatula and Timmy learned to fold the ingredients together.

Next, cut the pepperoni slices into quarters. We find that keeping it frozen makes slicing and handling much easier. Set them aside.

Take half the sauce-coated biscuit pieces and spread them in a greased 9 X 13” baking dish. They won’t completely cover the bottom; just make sure they’re spread evenly.

Distribute the pepperoni over the biscuit layer, and then sprinkle half the mozzarella cheese over it.

Now make the second layer: spread the rest of the biscuits and spaghetti sauce over the first layer. Sprinkle the other cup of mozzarella on top.

Here’s Chef Timmy with his first culinary masterpiece! Bake in a 350° oven for 35-45 minutes, until biscuits in center are done. Enjoy! ~TMMF

Bubble Pizza
   (serves 6-8)

4 cans refrigerated biscuits
2 c spaghetti sauce
2 c shredded mozzarella cheese
30 or so slices pepperoni


  1. As always, I'm impressed and proud of your writing. Easy to understand instructions with "relative" pictures, which really help. Your personal touch leaves the reader feeling good. You're the best, <3 sweetheart <3

    :v (Tasted good Timmy....GOOD JOB!)

  2. Thank you! You all do a great job of evaluating the meals!