Homemade Pizza – Bubble Pizza

15 Minute Prep Bubble Pizza
15 Minute Prep Bubble Pizza

Here is a quick meal that you can toss. It is an easy homemade pizza; so easy,  you will not notice that you are  cooking for dinner.  For this pizza recipe, I used one tube of Pillsbury Biscuit and I used the left-over pasta sauce from  High  Protein Pasta Sauce  post . 

15 Minute Prep Bubble Pizza
15 Minute Prep Bubble Pizza

15 Minute Prep Bubble Pizza

15 Minute Prep Bubble Pizza
15 Minute Prep Bubble Pizza


15 Minute Prep Bubble Pizza
15 Minute Prep Bubble Pizza
Homemade Pizza – Bubble Pizza
Homemade Pizza – Bubble Pizza

I had a lot of left over pasta sauce from the  Healthy Protein Pasta  post, so I used it for these easy dinner meal. Today, I am making a homemade pizza. Since it is a  different type kind of pizza, we will call it a Bubble Pizza.
Whenever I make spaghetti, I  make sure that I make a big batch of the sauce so that  I will have an excuse to cook this easy meal. I have  cooked this Bubble Pizza  often, that this meal has become my family’s favorite.

Before I will share the recipe, here is what happened to the Cinnamon Pretzels. My son’s friends were here and they ate these Cinnamon Pretzels like there is no tomorrow. Ahhhh, everything is good with Nutella  in it. Try these Nutella Cookie if you fancy it.

15 Minute Prep Bubble Pizza



My husband brings it to work as lunch and my son never stops raving about it.  He always request for it. It is very easy to prepare as well. I have to warn you that this is a large quantity recipe , so expect some left-overs to eat the next day. I hope you will like it as much as we do. Please check this other sauce recipe that is perfect for this meal too: Ground Turkey Pasta Sauce.

Bubble Pizza

Easy to Cook Meals Weight Watchers Recipe

Servings: 12 • Serving Size: 1 cup • Old Points: 8 • Points+: 9 • Calories :351 • Fat: 14.2 • Protein:46.6 g • Carb: 6.9 g • Fiber: .9 g • Sugar: 5.1g • Sodium: 299mg


  1. 1 tube original flavor Biscuits ( please use original flavor because other flavors will not taste as good.
  2. 5 cloves garlic ( chopped)
  3. 5 medium sized carrots ( chopped)
  4. 1 small onion ( chopped)
  5. 2 pieces dried basil leaves
  6. 2 tablespoon canola oil
  7. 2 tablespoon brown sugar
  8. 2 lbs lean ground beef
  9. 1 can 14.5 oz Diced Basil Oregano and Garlic
  10. 1 can 15 oz tomato sauce in any brand
  11. 1 8 oz tomato sauce
  12. Velveeta Cheddar cheese to garnish (optiona)
  13. Handful of Basil Leaves for garnish ( optional)


  • In a large cooking pan, heat the oil.Add in the ground beef and let it cook until it is not pink or it is cook through.Let it simmer for 2 minutes and add in the sauces and the can of DICED Basil, Oregano, Garlic.Let the sauce mixture simmer for 15 more minutes.Add in chopped onion, garlic and carrot and simmer for 5 minutes.
  • Open the tube and separate the biscuits. Line them in a baking dish and top it with half of the high protein sauce and freeze the leftover for next use. Do not fill the pan with the sauce because the biscuit will expand and you do not want sauces spilling . Add in the Velveeta cheese if using, and bake until the pizza is expanded. Around 40 to 45 minutes.


When you are adding the Velveeta Cheese, it will tend to get dry on top. But it is still very good.

The recipe on top was the one I used for the High Protein Pasta sauce and this recipe - so that is a lot of sauce. Please feel free to change the amount if you are only making Bubble Pizza.


7 comments on “Homemade Pizza – Bubble Pizza

  1. Hi there,

    Its only me and my boyfriend and I was wondering if you can refrigerate and heat up the next day?

    1. Hey, Jess, Yup, you can do that. In fact I always refrigerate it and eat it the next day and the next. My husband also brings it to work and re heat it. Please note that this sauce was divided into two. Half for the Healthy Protein Pasta and the rest for the Bubble Pizza. If you will not use the other half yet, you can freeze it for next use.

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