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  • Nancy Bram

    Don't usually like meals partially made from prepackaged foods (ala Sandra Lee), but this pizza sounded nice and quick.

  • Terri Creel

    Bubble Up Pizza (should be filed under genius ideas but since it is a food filing it here). Canned biscuit dough cubed, sauce, cheese, pepperoni mixed together and cooked in a black pot in the oven. UM YUM.

  • Sarah O

    Bubble up pizza bites.

  • Whitney Fulton Lee

    Bubbly Pizza Bowl

  • Cindy Lane

    Quick Weekday Dinner - Bubble Up Pizza

  • Mary Ann Kaelin

    loves:cast iron skillets and pizza-so a must try! Bubble Up Pizza

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