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Check out what our friends at Tip Hero had to say about this lip-smacking sub sandwich bubble bake:
“When you want something warm, simple and satisfying, you can’t go wrong with a great meatball sub. That combination of meat, marinara and melted cheese is enough to make even the pickiest eaters happy, so of course we had to find away to turn it into a dish that can feed the entire family. The answer? This Meatball Sub Bubble Bake! It’s everything you know and love about meatball subs, turned into something simple and special. You might even end up with leftovers! Watch and learn how it’s made.”
This is a definitely a recipe that I’ll be making again, very soon. Will you follow in my footsteps? I really hope you give this one a shot and tell me all about your TASTEE experience in the comments. You know how I love reading your feedback!
1 can refrigerated Pillsbury biscuits
1 – 20-ounce bag frozen meatballs
2 cups Paul Newman marinara sauce, divided
1-½ cups Kraft shredded mozzarella
Quick Tip: I always serve this delicious bake with a garden salad topped with Italian dressing.
Thank you to Tip Hero for this awesome recipe!