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| Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, 6:48 p.m.
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Cat Can Pizza

Ingredients

• 1 teaspoon cooking oil

• 1 refrigerated biscuit

• 2 tablespoons pizza sauce

• 1 teaspoon shredded cheese

• pizza toppings (pepperoni, mushrooms, olives, bacon bits, etc.)

Directions

This is a campfire favorite developed by an Indiana Girl Scout troop and popular with kids. Rub the inside of an empty tuna can with cooking oil. Place the thawed biscuit in the bottom of the can and flatten it. Add the pizza sauce, cheese and your choice of toppings. Cover the can with heavy-duty aluminum foil and place it on a grate over hot coals. Heat it just long enough for the dough to cook, then serve.

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