PIZZA POT PIE

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Have you ever seen anyone eat their Pizza with a fork?  If you’re one of those people, now you can use that fork with pride…you will need it with this Pizza for sure!

INGREDIENTS:

1 box of Pillsbury Pie Crust (the 2 pack)

9″ round cake pan

2 cups Shredded Mozzarella

1-lb. mostly cooked Sausage

8 oz. Cream Cheese

1 cup Cherry Tomatoes..sliced in half

A handful of sliced Pepperoni to cover the top

Oregano

*YOU CAN ADD OTHER OPTIONS LIKE OLIVES, PEPPERS, ONION IF YOU LIKE!

Blend together cream cheese, shredded cheese and oregano until smooth.

Brown up the Sausage until it’s either fully cooked, or almost done cooking through.

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Add the Cheese mixture in with the hot Sausage mixture, the heat from the Sausage will melt the Cheese a bit and help it to mix up!  Fold in the Tomatoes until it’s all combined…

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Place one of the Pie Crusts evenly into the bottom of the pan and fill it with the filling

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Top it with the other Pie Crust and crimp the edges to seal it.

Slice an “X” into the center for steam release.

Now brush the top with some egg wash…

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Sprinkle it with Oregano and top it with as much pepperoni as you’d like.

Bake at 350 degrees for 35 to 45 minutes until golden and hot. Cool before cutting into slices.

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