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If you are looking for something low-hassle to put together for a midweek dinner, this Easy Pizza Casserole is a good option. It’s simple to put together and bakes in under half an hour. It’s also easily expanded, if you want to use it for something like a large potluck. It doesn’t get much easier than seven ingredients and a sub-half-hour bake time. If your family likes pizza, they’ll enjoy this casserole. As-is, it makes six to eight servings.
Of course, if you need more than that, you can readily double, likely even triple, the recipe without too much trouble. It also happens to be rather versatile. You could make this twice a week with small alterations, and it’ll be like a whole new dish!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Cookies & Cups
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