Well this recipe entered my life serveral years ago during a weight watchers phase. I know I should really think about going back. Oh well. I couldn't find the original location so I headed to one of my go to sites and typed in Pizza Casserole. I was able to find one that was similar to the one I learned the technique from, Biscuit Pizza Bake is the closest I would find. Once you learn the basics of this recipe you can make it what ever way suits your family's tastes. For me, when I made this I was using leftover sauce from a spaghetti dinner and I was making one pan for us and another for our neighbor, who just had the 10lb baby. For a while this was a weekly or bi-weekly menu item. I love it filled with "stuff", my kids prefer basic with cheese, Scott likes his with meat like hamburger, pepperoni, ham, and whatever else I can find to toss in. I've done a taco version and a BBQ chicken version, too. This recipe is so, so simple almost anyone could put this together.
2 cans of refrigerated buscuits
2-3 cups of your favorite sauce with browned hamburger (or the free stuff you bring home from a church event)
1 1/2 cups of shredded mozeralla cheese
See even my friend, Alisha could make this 3 ingredients (4 if you count the cooking spray). Hi Alisha, I hope you're reading my blog!
Spray a 9x11 baking pan with cooking spray. Take a kitchen sheers and cut the buscuits into quarters. Toss into the pan. Spread them evenly onto the bottom of the pan. Add the sauce. Bake for 20-25 miuntes until biscuits start to brown. Add the cheese and put back in the oven for about 5 minutes. Serve.