Pizza Bubble Ring
An easy recipe using canned biscuits that are rolled into small balls, tossed with cheese, pepperoni, seasonings, baked and dipped into pizza sauce.
My husband made this, and he even took the pictures! We actually made this our meal with plenty leftover.
Adapted from http://www.Pillsbury.com
Spray a Bundt pan with non stick cooking oil.
Melt the butter and set aside.
Cut each biscuit into four pieces.
Roll each piece into a ball and place them into a large bowl.
Add the shredded mozzarella cheese.
Add the pepperoni, seasonings and Parmesan cheese to the bowl.
Toss gently with a large spoon until thoroughly mixed.
Drizzle with butter and toss to combine.
Pour into the prepared pan and bake in a preheated 350º oven for 33-38 minutes or until a deep golden brown on top.
Cool for 5 minutes, loosen the bread from the sides and invert onto a large heatproof plate, remove pan. Serve warm with warm pizza sauce.
Pizza Bubble Ring
- 6 – 8 Tbsp. butter
- 1 tsp. Italian seasoning
- 1/2 tsp. garlic powder
- 4 cans (6 oz. each) refrigerated Flaky Layers Buttermilk Biscuits
- 3 oz. pepperoni, chopped
- 8 oz. shredded Mozzarella cheese
- 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
- 1¼ cups pizza sauce, warmed
- Preheat oven to 350º.
- Spray a Bundt pan with non stick cooking oil.
- Melt the butter and set aside.
- Cut each biscuit into four pieces.
- Roll each piece into a ball and place them into a large bowl.
- Add the shredded mozzarella cheese.
- Add the pepperoni, seasonings and Parmesan cheese to the bowl.
- Toss gently with a large spoon until thoroughly mixed.
- Drizzle with butter and toss to combine.
- Pour into the prepared pan and bake in the oven for 33-38 minutes or until a deep golden brown on top.
- Cool for 5 minutes, loosen the bread from the sides and invert onto a large heatproof plate, remove pan.
- Serve warm with warm pizza sauce.
Well done to your husband Diane – I’m impressed! This is definitely a pizza that one can eat for a whole weekend 😄.
Thank you and yes, it made a lot!
That looks delicious!
Thank you Paul!
I haven’t thought of this in forever – might be something fun and easy to make with my class
This would be great for your class. Pillsbury’s recipe wraps each dough ball around the cheese and pepperoni but my husband made it this way instead because it was quicker. Lol
Thank you Sheree, it is a pull apart bread.
Fantastic recipe. Thank you Diane’s hubby. Enjoy your weekend.
Thank you Bernadette, he was so excited to make this!
This looks absolutely delicious! We’re going to try this, we both love pizza
Your husband is obviously a culinary master. This looks good. My grandbaby could even help with this one.
Thank you JC! This was his first recipe. He wants to start making bread but he had a lot to learn. I love that he wants to try!
That looks like a lot of fun to make and to eat. I love the creative use of the Bundt cake pan!
My hubby doesn’t bake but since he retired he decided to start. This was his first attempt. Thank you Ab! Have a great weekend.
Great idea for when you’re craving pizza but none is available. This will be perfect for this summer when we are in a little town with few dining out resources.
Thank you Linda, this definitely needs more than two people to eat! We had a lot left over, next time the grandkids will be here! Lol
I’m going to make this with my granddaughters when they come to stay with us in June. What a fun and obviously delicious recipe, Diane.
Thank you Kellye, my hubby gets credit for this one!
Great idea! Thanks for a quick dinner solution.
Your welcome, have a great weekend!
Your creativity in the kitchen has no end! This looks like a grandkid pleaser and I’m watching them all for the next three weeks! You saved me again Diane! Thanks, hugs, C
You’re welcome Cheryl, you are going to have a blast and be exhausted! Enjoy!
This looks intriguing – I am going to give this one a try!
Thank you enjoy!
I think my sister would really like this. She loves pepperoni! Just might have to try it.
You can also use each dough ball and stuff it with pepperoni and cheese. Either way, it tastes great.
Another easy and tasty addition to my collection
You’ll love it Barb! Thank you!
Good item to remember for a party or get-together.
Yes it makes a lot too! Thank you
Thank you Karen!
So then you just tear pieces off? How creative and yummy!
Yes and dip it in pizza sauce, so good!
Thank you Saania!
This is unique looking and delicious looking as well Diane! How nice your husband is taking up baking … he realizes you enjoy it so much!
Thank you Linda, I think he is missing my cooking since my medical condition has slowed me way down so he wants to try and do more.
That’s great that Terry is helping you and taking an interest in cooking as well. Maybe you will be a twosome on the blog on day or Terry will have his own cooking blog!
Hahaha Don’t hold your breath on the blog. He makes hamburgers, frozen lasagna, frozen breaded chicken patties etc. He even does the dishes, he’s been so helpful!
Ha ha – well, give him time. Doing the dishes is a great help as well. Terry will be busy harvesting produce and helping with the pond and the wisteria soon. I’m sure Terry never wondered what you did in the course of the day, but he now experiences it firsthand!
Exactly and I hear about every little (and big) thing he does every day! 🤣
Oh-oh … well that’s not good. 🙂
We make a version of this, but with butter, cinnamon & sugar instead of the pizza ingredients. Makes a delicious dessert or even breakfast food!
And it’s delicious! We call that Monkey Bread, I have no idea where the name came from but it is one of my favorites David!
Yup. That’s what we call it as well. Mmm mmm!