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  • Mindy Chisholm

    Pizza Snowballs (a pizza pocket recipe kids can make)

  • Kathryn Burt Kirkpatrick

    Pizza Snowballs! Looks like fun and M would like to make!

  • Elizabeth Anderson

    Pizza Snowball Appetizers-350 degrees 15-17 min. cut the canned biscuits into four pieces each, Chop the pepperoni into small pieces. Hold three to four biscuit pieces in your hands and have mama sprinkle mozzarella cheese & pepperoni on them. Pack & squeeze it all together like a snowball. Place into sprayed muffin tin. - Fun for kids to make!

  • Steve Weber
    • 1 year ago

    making these tonight!

  • Chief Family Officer
    • 1 year ago

    Hope they come out great! I made my menu without checking to see if I have pepperoni - and of course I don't, so I have to think of something else to make for dinner. Would love to know how your kids like them!

  • Steve Weber
    • 1 year ago

    no kids, but I'll let you know how my dad and I like them.. you can even make them more adult by putting it different cheese and/or veggies.

  • Chief Family Officer
    • 1 year ago

    Sorry! I thought I saw kids in your profile pic and thought they must be yours. Great idea on turning these into more "adult" fare ... definitely let me know how you and your dad like them!

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