Pizza is getting more expensive in stores, but it takes so long to let dough rise when you’re in a hurry. Perfect solution? Pillsbury dough. There are several different options to make your own pizza in less than 30 minutes including prep time.
Option 1: Regular Pizza
Pull apart individual biscuits so they are halved (this will happen naturally, it doesn’t take a lot of effort or a knife). It’s important to half them because the dough will rise a lot when baking. Lay them out in a circle, and press them together until there are no holes. Do this on a piece of parchment paper so you won’t have to worry about the mess of transferring it after you add toppings. Add your sauce and topics of preference, and follow baking instructions from the dough package.
Option 2: Mini Pizzas
Half each biscuit so that the dough will not overpower the pizza (as mentioned in Option 1). Add topics as desired and follow baking instructions on packaging.
Fill a cupcake or muffin tin with dough, then add toppings to create mini deep-dish pizzas. Mini pepperonis work best for this option!
Option 3: Roll-Ups
For this option, you will need cheese sticks (mozzarella is shown in image, but any cheese will work) and crescent roll dough. On each triangle of dough, place desired amount of toppings and one cheese stick cut in half to fit the base of the triangle. Add sauce if you prefer. Follow baking instructions on packaging.
Option 4: Pepperoni Roll
Use one package of whichever Pillsbury dough you’d like (shape doesn’t matter). Roll dough into one complete sheet, and add pepperoni and a generous amount of shredded cheese. Add oregano, basil, and parsley, as well as a bit of garlic powder. Roll dough length-wise. You may keep the roll this long, or cut in half to make it more convenient. Lightly brush with melted butter and bake at 375º for 15 to 25 minutes.