As I've said before, Bennett is quite.... selective, when it comes to food. And mealtime is always a challenge with him. But there are 2 things that kid enjoys: 1) helping to make his meals and 2) pizza. So I figured, hey, why not combine the two?? And since things are getting a little busier with him starting Preschool last week, I'm all for anything that can be a made quickly, and that he's sure to eat with no fuss!!
I have always loved Pillsbury Grands Biscuits. They are so yummy, and super easy to make. Just pop the can and throw 'em in the oven... a few minutes later you have warm, delicious biscuits. And as much as I like the traditional biscuit, a whole new world has been opened up to me after I started researching some Pillsbury Grands recipes!! I saw the Grands! Mini Pizza recipe, it was like a light bulb! Why in the world haven't I thought to do this before?? Brilliant!!
I'm telling you, this Pizza recipe is so stinkin' easy, and so much fun for your kids to help with!!
We had so much fun making these pizzas together! Bennett thought it was pretty awesome that he got to make his own pizza, watch it bake & then chow down on it! I can see us making this & many of the other Pillsbury recipes throughout the school year. They make it easy to prepare stuff in a hurry, as well as keep some leftovers for dinner. And because I'm snap happy and like to document everything... here's was our pizza making experience! :)
They were really, really good. I'm not even kidding. And seriously, you will be blown away by all of the awesome recipes you can make with Pillsbury Grands Biscuits! Take a look at this booklet and I'm betting you'll be running to the store to pick up the ingredients to make some of these things. Which look appealing to you? I think next on our list is the Taco Melts!!
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