In a bowl put 2 1/2 cups bisquick . Add a dry package of yeast to 3/4 cup warm water, with 1/2 tsp. sugar. When its good and bubbly, dump in Bisquick and stir real good. Flatten it out on a greased cookie sheet, that has edges. In a frying pan cook 2 lbs hamburger, with a bit of onion, and a bit of garlic salt! Add 1 can hunts Spaggeti sauce. (Or you can make your own with 1 can tomato sauce, and 1 pkg taco season mix) Dump over the pizza dough. Top with lots of cheeses. I use parmisson, cheddar, and Motzarella.( You can also make this a bacon cheeseburger pizza, by topping with bacon.) Bake until dough is good and brown at 425 about 15 to 20 min. This is the old fashion school pizza, we used to get served in school. The crust is very soft, so use a spatula to serve it. Im making this one today! Kids LOVE this one!
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