Around 4:45 last night I decided that I should probably figure out what I wanted to make for dinner, so I perused my Pinterest food board. I’ve been wanting to make the chicken alfredo lasagna roll-ups, but last night I didn’t want to wait for chicken to thaw and then cook it. We did, however, have a roll of pizza dough in the fridge, as well as everything else you need to make za, so I decided to make these Stuffed Pizza Rolls.
I rolled out the dough, but didn’t stretch it or anything (maybe this is 12″x8″ to begin with?).
This recipe says to cut it into 24 squares, I only cut it into 12 because I thought 24 wouldn’t be big enough. Also, you want lots o room for stuffing it.
Then start loading on the toppings. We only had pineapple and cheese, but you could do any pizza toppings. If you live by a Kroger, I highly recommend the Kroger brand pizza cheese. It’s a blend of four or five cheeses and it melts fabulously and tastes great.
Then roll each of them up into a ball. I found it easiest to pull the corners into the middle and then pinch the seams together.
Lightly grease a pie plate or other baking dish and arrange the rolled-up bites in it.
Then mix a 1/2 tablespoon of garlic powder and a 1/2 tablespoon of Italian seasoning into a tablespoon of melted butter and brush it onto the rolls. From there you’ll sprinkle 3 tablespoons of grated parmesan cheese on top. Of course I can’t make anything by following the directions and mixed the parm into the butter mix. It just thickened it up a bit, but tasted fine.
Then put the plate into a 425 degree oven and bake them for 15-18 minutes.
I also served mozzarella sticks with these (totally
unnecessary). Warm up some pizza sauce and you’re ready to eat!
I love how fast and easy this was. I think it’s meant to be more of an appetizer than a full meal, but we didn’t even finish all of them. I’ve actually been thinking about them all of today and I’m sure we’ll make them again sometime soon.