Easy Deep Dish Pizza Casserole


Easy Deep Dish Pizza Casserole


Easy Deep Dish Pizza Casserole
Easy Deep Dish Pizza Casserole

If you don't want to have deep dish pizza delivered, make it at home in a casserole form. Easy Deep Dish Pizza Casserole is an Italian pizza casserole made with crescent roll sheets. Its layers include crescent rolls, ground beef, tomato sauce, and mozzarella cheese. It has everything a deep dish pizza has, only it's easier to make. Get your pizza fix and save money on delivery with this easy pizza casserole recipe. Serve this Italian pizza casserole along with a salad for a complete meal that will fill you up. Everyone is sure to love this easy crescent roll recipe.

Cooking Time20 min

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I didnt have the crescent rolls so I used a pizza dough instead. I followed the recipe, only because I was without italian sausage. I used double the amount of sauce and found it still a challenge to spread 2 layers evenly. This was still a very good recipe. I added fresh mushrooms with onion and fresh basil. I made it in a glass 9x13 dish. I will make this again.

I have made little mini pizzas for the kids using crescent roll dough, and even a holiday breakfast pizza before, but never thought to try a full sized deep dish pizza using them. This looks great, but I think I will use diced up Italian style chicken sausage in place of the ground beef since it saves a step.

This sounds very easy. Crescent roll recipes are amazing. I think I'll use Italian sausage, mushrooms, and olives, to make it like a pizza I would order.

I made a couple changes just for my convenience. When I make spaghetti, I always have extra sauce which I usually convert to an easy lasagna. I had a can of crescent rolls, so I looked up new recipes. I make my spaghetti sauce with hot bulk sausage so this looked liked a possibility to try. Besides using the leftover spaghetti sauce, I also layered pepperoni slices on top of the sauce. I prebaked the crust for 3 minutes then baked for 20 minutes. Then let it set for about 10 minutes. Huge hit with my family! I will be making again, possibly adding ground beef, mushrooms and olives. Thanks for the inspiration!

Hi dkhanson, I'm glad it turned out well! It's always fun to take a recipe and make it your own. - Natalie, Editor of AllFreeCasseroleRecipes


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