Pepperoni Jack Pizza Puffs #Recipe

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This is my most recent original recipe. I'm sure at some point this idea came from someone else on the internet, but nonetheless I'm going to share my recipe with you. I call them Pepperoni Jack Pizza Puffs. 
I used two refrigerated Hill Country Fare Texas Style Buttermilk biscuit canisters, about half a package of Hormel Turkey Pepperoni, almost all of a chunk of HEB Monterey Jack Pepper Cheese, and maybe 1/2 cup of Kraft Parmesan Cheese. I also used some Pam Olive Oil spray and one egg, beaten.
I opened both biscuit canisters, scaring myself with the always-too-loud pop. Spread them out on the counter and flattened each one as I worked.
On each flattened biscuit, I placed a pepperoni slice, then a chunk of cheese, then a pepperoni on top of the cheese chunk.
Then I folded each biscuit around the pepperoni and cheese. I pinched together each biscuit to encircle all the tasty goodies inside. 
I sprayed a bit of Pam Olive Oil Spray on the baking pan and placed all the puffs in the pan. 
In a small bowl, I beat one egg and brushed the top of each puff. 
Then I sprinkled (okay, dumped) Parmesan Cheese over each puff. 
I baked them in a preheated oven at 400 degrees F for 20 minutes.  
Then I used some tongs to distribute them to the plates. They were magnificent!

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