Got a party to host or attend? Don't do it without these cheesy little pizza bombs.
Sausage and pepperoni pizza.
It’s a classic.
And it’s delicious.
So let’s make it even better by turning that classic combo into some cheesy, spicy, delicious and well ... easy!
These Pizza Bombs are all your fave pizza ingredients bundled up in a soft herbed and salted dough. It’s kind of like unwrapping a gift, but it's FOOD.
To make things simple, I used Pillsbury Grand Biscuits for the dough. When you stuff it with cheese and pizza goodies, then sprinkle it with more cheese and a little salt ... voila. Pretzel-y crust just like that.
So let’s make these!
Grab your ingredients. (Note: The butter photobombed this shot – there isn't any in the recipe.)
Pop open your can of Pillsbury biscuits.
Using a rolling pin, roll each biscuit into a flat, round disk. The disk should be about double the size it was when taken from the package.
Spread with a little Muir Glen Tomato Basil Pasta Sauce.
Add some cheese, cooked Italian sausage and a pepperoni. Top with a jalapeno pepper slice.
Grab the edges of the dough and pull them up and over the filling, pinching the dough together at the seams. Place the dough seam side down onto a baking sheet.
Brush each pizza bomb with the beaten egg.
Combine the Parmesan, garlic powder and oregano in a bowl, then sprinkle over each pizza bomb. Then sprinkle again with salt.
Bake until the cheese is melted and the pizza bombs are golden brown on top.
Serve with more Muir Glen Pasta Sauce, and dig in!
Oh, the cheesy goodness inside!