Swiss 'n' Bacon Pizza

Swiss 'n' Bacon Pizza

"My family enjoys this pizza so much, I usually make it as a main course. But when we're invited to various gatherings, I like to serve it as an appetizer. --Vicki Robers, Stratford, Wisconsin"
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. Split each biscuit into two halves. Press onto a greased 14-in. pizza pan, sealing seams. In a bowl, combine the remaining ingredients; spread over crust. Bake at 350 degrees F for 20-23 minutes or until golden brown. Cut into thin wedges.

Footnotes

  • Reduced-fat or fat-free mayonnaise may not be substituted for regular mayonnaise in this recipe.

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Enjoyed the flavor, but there wasn't enough of the topping to cover the biscuit dough. Next time will double the mayo and cheese.

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Good starting point. I read through the reviews before I started this recipe, then I took it and ran with it. Thanks for the ideas--this was a great way to use a couple rolls of the reduced fat ...

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Enjoyed the flavor, but there wasn't enough of the topping to cover the biscuit dough. Next time will double the mayo and cheese.

I thought this was super good. I made 2, a smaller one for my boys with colby since they don't like swiss, and one as is, but with pizza dough instead of biscuits.

I made this on pita bread so I could eat it today--I don't have refrigerated biscuit dough and didn't feel like making biscuits. So I just spread the mix on the pita and baked until the cheese ...

Used regular pizza dough and sauted the onions in the bacon grease to carmalize them. My whole family loved this.

Good starting point. I read through the reviews before I started this recipe, then I took it and ran with it. Thanks for the ideas--this was a great way to use a couple rolls of the reduced fat ...

While I am sure this is not a healthy recipe, everytime I've made it I have received rave reviews. It is delicious! I actually think it tastes better the next day after the topping have melted i...

This was really good but be forewarned: it is really rich. Both my husband and I could only eat one slice a piece. I did adjust the recipe a little, but only to make a larger pizza, essentially ...

I made this as a main dish-great tasting. Really different plus it was quick and easy.

I do not like onion on pizza, and I also can't handle pieces of cooked tomato so "juiced" the tomato and used like a sauce. I really couldn't figure out why it needs full-fat mayo. I always us...

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