September 19, 2013

4-Ingredient Poblano Bacon Cheesy Bread

How much do I love pizza?  This ****************************************************** much!  It’s my favorite.  I could eat pizza about a million different ways.  And lucky for me, most of you seem to share the same passion.  So by popular request (Facebook and google+), today I bring you PIZZA!

 

Poblano Bacon Cheesy Bread 1

 

And not just any pizza, this could in fact be the easiest pizza you’ve ever made in your entire life.  Oh!  Did I mention you only need four, count them FOUR, ingredients?  Yeah.  Easiest weeknight/back-to-school/why didn’t I go shopping this morning dinner ever!

 

Poblano Bacon Cheesy Bread 2

 

Poblano Bacon Cheesy Bread 3

 

While parents with kids are kicking out back-to-school mode in full effect, I’m riding the “he works days, I work nights” train.  Having a quick and easy dinner option is a must in this house.  Mike will swing home for an hour two after work, and before band practice and be starving.  Or I’ll be running late getting ready for work {I may have forgotten to switch the laundry during nap time}, and need a dinner that takes 5 minutes tops top prep and throw in the oven.  But now long from now, we’ll be joining the pick up line and Target ladder match for the perfect  backpack.

 

Poblano Bacon Cheesy Bread 4

 

This recipe can be made a million and five different ways.  Traditional pizza style with your favorite toppings, white pizza {like I made}, pesto pizza, eat it as a main dish, or a side dish.  You can’t go wrong!  Using Pilsbury biscuits save me hours over making my own homemade pizza dough – which I love to do, but not EVERY time.

 

Poblano Bacon Cheesy Bread 5

 

When I worked at Fox & Hound years ago, my favorite thing to order with bacon pizza with alfredo sauce.  It’s such a creamy texture with the cheese and sauce, and the salty bacon bursts….yummm!  With 3 m’s.  I wanted to recreate that pizza today, but then I found Roasted Polbano Alfredo sauce at the store.  Say what?!?  Done and done.  This is the best cheesy bread you will ever put in your mouth.  It’s creamy, cheesy, has happy bacon-ness, and a little kick from the peppers.

 

I didn’t share any of the bread.  I was in pizza cheesy bread nirvana.  I made the boys their own pepperoni pizza bake instead.  Happy tummies in my house!

 

Poblano Bacon Cheesy Bread 6

 

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4-Ingredient Poblano Bacon Cheesy Bread
 
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Serves: 4 to 6
Ingredients
  • 1 can Grands! Original Biscuits
  • 3 cups shredded Monterrey Jack cheese
  • 1 cup Roasted Polbano Alfredo sauce
  • 8 strips bacon, cooked crispy and crumbled
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Coat a 9" x 13" baking dish with non-stick cooking spray.
  2. Cut a biscuit into 8 pieces. Pinch each piece into a ball like shape, and place in a medium bowl. Repeat with all biscuits.
  3. Add sauce and 1 cup cheese to biscuits. Toss to coat biscuits. Pour biscuit mixture into prepared baking dish. Spread evenly in dish.
  4. Top with remaining cheese and bacon.
  5. Bake for 20 minutes until golden around the edges and cheese in completely melted. Serve warm with and extra side of Alfredo sauce if desired.
Notes
I made a half batch in 9" x 9" dish {pictured}, and cooked my pizza for the same amount of time.

 

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Pepperoni Pizza Bake 2

Eddie LOVED the pepperoni pizza bake!

Otto {my pickest eater} loved the white pizza.  He doesn’t do red sauce.  And he calls white pizza “macaroni pizza.”  Kids.

Pepperoni Pizza Bake 5

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Comments

  1. says

    Oh boy, this looks so yummy! I will have to give this a try, I mean really, can you ever go wrong when the recipe contains grands and cheese?? So I have a question for you, why do you cut the grands up into pieces, and mix with the sauce? Will it burn otherwise?
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    • Julie Espy says

      I was putting on spin on the Pilsbury recipe, and it said to cut up the biscuits and toss with sauce. I think have the biscuits in smaller pieces, and tossing in the sauce gives you more all over flavor than just a big biscuit with some cheese and sauce on the outside. Pack in the poblano punch! :) And all the cheese the was toward the bottom of the pan got super gooey. It was great.

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