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Easy as hell pizza balls by ~1stFrostfirewolf on deviantART

Easy as hell pizza balls by ~1stFrostfirewolf on deviantART
Phonto is from my cordon blu balls its made the same wayPizza Balls: Ingredients: 3 cans Pillsbury Buttermilk Biscuits (10 ct)60 pepperoni slices (2 per biscuit)Block of cheese (Colby/Monterey Jack or Cheese Stick)1 beaten eggParmesan CheeseItalian seasoningGarlic powder1 jar pizza sauce Directions: Slice cheese into approx. 28 squares (or if using cheese stix, cut in 3rds). Flatten each biscuit and stack pepperoni and cheese on top.

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