Cheesy Pizza Rolls
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 25 min.
I made these for our Super Bowl party. While they were tasty, it took a lot longer to get them to brown like in the picture than the time stated. They also were not that attractive. I'm would almost rather make a homemade pizza.
Everyone loved these! I like how super customizable they are. Would be super easy to fill with your favorite pizza toppings.
My bread dough was a bit old so it did not expand well. Great flavor.
Very good and quick to make. I loved using the cast iron skillet because the bottom got nice and crispy. The only change I made was sprinkling some Italian Seasoning on top of the pizza sauce because I did not have fresh basil.
I baked this for a sleepover party. I thought it would be more fun than just ordering pizza. I appreciate the previous review that suggests a little longer baking time. I just got my first cast iron skillet and am not too comfortable using it yet!I made "surpeme" style pizza, as requested by the teenagers. Pepperoni, sausage, onions, mushrooms, and peppers. I might saute the veggies next time.Very good, and a nice way to get me started using my new pan!
Delicious and easy! Even the 2 year old and 6 year old gobbled them up! Here's what I learned: I used a loaf of frozen bread dough and it worked great. When you put them in the GREASED pan make sure the cut side is up/down. The end pieces will be cut side up. Give them some space in your pan because they will expand while baking. I followed the baking times as written and it wasn't enough. I have an oven thermometer and kept a consistent 400 degrees. I recommend baking 30 minutes, sprinkle with remaining cheese, and bake 5-10 minutes more. They were still a bit doughy inside but oh so good! Served them with a Caesar salad for a wonderful and simple family pleasing meal!