pepperoni pull apart bread

IMG_6211yep, we are all watching our weight, it is the start of a new year after all. however, i made this for my family on new year’s day & got rave reviews. i am currently trying to figure out a way to ship this to my 3 cousins in college. maybe i should just road trip to each college & surprise them. im sure i would be rewarded with a night of partying, even though im old. this recipe is super simple. seriously, a ten year old could make it. so, here goes.

2 cans biscuits, each biscuit cut into quarters (i used gluten free)

1 package pepperoni, slices cut in quarters

1/2 small onion, finely chopped & sauteed

1/2 cup grated parm cheese

1 1/2 cup shredded italian cheese blend

4-6 cloves roasted garlic, mashed

1/2 cup room temp butter

2 tablespoons olive oil

1 tablespoon dried oregano

salt & pepper to taste

1 jar of your favorite pasta sauce (my fav is mia’s)


.preheat oven to 350 degrees . mash garlic into butter

. in a microwavable bowl combine butter & garlic mix, olive oil, oregano, salt & pepper

. in a large bowl place biscuits & butter/ oil mixture, mix until all biscuits are well coated . add pepperoni, onion, parm cheese & 1/2 italian cheese blend. mix well

. place into a bunt pan, baking dish or whatever you have on hand. the only key is that you don’t stack the biscuits too high, it will cook unevenly.

. top with remaining italian blend cheese . bake for 40 minutes, make sure the MIDDLE is done. if it isn’t add an additional 5 minutes. you can flip the bread over out onto a plate or if you baking veichele is pretty just let it cool a bit & keep it in the dish. warm up your sauce & badda bing badda boom… happiness in your mouth.

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