Grandma's Biscuit Pizza
1 package of Grands Biscuits
Roll the biscuits flat with a rolling pin.
Place on a greased cookie sheet.
Next, top them with pizza sauce.
Spread on desired toppings and mozzarella cheese.
Bake for 8 to 10 minutes at 375.
Let it cool for about 3-5 minutes and serve on a plate
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This recipe came from my Grandma Karen. What it means to me is that my Grandma always cooks me what I love and takes care of us when we need her. I wanted to share this because it brought back great memories of family time. Enjoy.
I remember Hurricane Sandy like it was yesterday. It was a cold and windy October, but I had no idea what I was in for. We were all in a jumble screaming and yelling, like when Chicken Little said that the sky was falling! This was one hectic time at my house and was one I will never forget.
My grandma came to my house and said, “Have you seen the news? We are having a hurricane!” I thought that my grandma was just making a joke because last October we had storm Alfred. I was hoping that this storm was not going to be as bad as last year when we lost power for 6 days. After she left we sat around and talked about last year. That is when it started to get really windy and rainy. I knew then that she wasn’t kidding. The wind started to blow and the trees were bending left and right. Black is all I saw in a matter of minutes. “I can’t believe that we have another power outage!” my little sister said. “I just can’t believe that I have to pull out the generator again,” my dad said. My grandma called my dad’s phone and said, “Do you have power?” My dad said with a sigh, “No. “I don’t either” my Grandma said. This was a stinker because I was going to play my Xbox 360.
Day by day, night by night, I was eating, sleeping, and playing my IPod in the pitch black room. I hear my dad’s phone ring and he picked it up and said, “Hello?” it was my grandma. “I have power!” she shouted with happiness. “Come down to my house” “I will make my homemade fried dough/pizza pockets.” Without any hesitation we all ran to the car, and went to my grandma’s house for the best thing that my grandma makes. We all ate with delight and savored the chewy and sweet fried dough/pizza pockets. While sitting at the table I said “I hope we never have a power outage like this again, but Grandma keep these coming please!” We brought the rest of them home and we saved the rest of them until the power came back on.
I was relieved when our power came back on. We will always remember this because we all got together as a family and had a good time even without power. My story shows that you don’t need power for everything and that you can’t let technology rule the way you eat, sleep, work, play, and do other things.