Pepperoni Pizza Pull Apart Bread

Pepperoni Pizza Pull Apart Bread

Dive into the delicious madness of this Pepperoni Pizza Pull Apart Bread, a culinary adventure that'll have your taste buds pushing for more! Begin by drowning chopped pizza dough in a glorious pool of melted garlic butter, then toss in pepperoni, oregano and a generous blanket of grated mozzarella. Bake this pizza wonderland in a springform cake pan with a cheeky divot in the middle, courtesy of an upside-down oven-safe ramekin. Release the pan's springform magic, flip the ramekin and behold – a pizza bread masterpiece emerges. What's the grand finale, you ask? That turned-over ramekin now cradling your choice of marinara or ranch, ready for the ultimate dunking experience. It's pizza party perfection, one delightful pull-apart slice at a time!
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Course Appetizer, Snack
Cuisine Italian
Servings 8


  • 32 ounce chopped pizza dough (2 pounds)
  • 1/2 cup melted garlic butter
  • 1 cup pepperoni
  • 1 tablespoon oregano
  • 1 1/2 cup grated mozzarella cheese
  • 1 cup marinara or ranch


  • Melt garlic butter and combine with chopped up pizza dough. Add some pepperoni, oregano and grated mozzarella.
  • Place inside a springform cake pan and make a little divot in the middle. Put a turned over oven safe ramekin and bake in oven at 450°F for 20 minutes.
  • When it comes out, release the springform cake pan and flip over the ramekin. Fill that ramekin with marinara or ranch and enjoy!


Keyword bread, dip, pepperoni pizza, pull apart


  1. Major Fail. I bought leak proof springform pans on Amazon. Leaked in my oven and caught on fire. Lesson learned! Test your pans before attempting this.

  2. is it actually 32ounces? If you use refrigerated pizza dough? the package is 13.8 ounces but on a scale weighs a pound…ugh

    1. The recipe calls for 2lbs, so just use 2 of the packages you had used. Hope that helps, Thank you for commenting!

  3. I didn’t think to test my springform pan for leaks, which I’ve had for 20 years, not from Amazon. The oil from the cheese did leak out to the bottom of the oven causing severe smoke. I’m glad I checked it at the 8 minute point. I pulled it out, put on a pizza pan and continued baking. The recipe turned out great although I only made half. Will remember to put SF pan on a pan no matter what I bake in it.

    1. Hey Laura! Noticed a lot of reviews on leaks from spring forms purchased from Amazon, I’m so glad you caught it in time. Please use sheet trays as an extra precaution. Thank you for commenting!

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