Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Pizza Pinwheels

My Mom recently gave me a new cookbook, one that was put together by my dad's high school softball team.  It really has some good recipes in it!! I was excited to find this one and add my own twist to it! It was delicious!!

Pizza Pinwheels
pizza dough (1 recipe or 1 can refrigerated dough).
2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
1 jar spaghetti or pizza sauce
1 tablespoon butter
garlic salt
Your choice of toppings ( I used pepperoni, Canadian bacon, mushrooms & olives)
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Spray cookie sheet lightly with cooking spray and roll out your dough into a rectangle.  Spread with a small amount of sauce. Add a slight layer of cheese.
Then add your desired toppings.
Fold up the short ends and roll into a tube (cinnamon roll style).
Melt butter and add some garlic salt to taste. Brush over the top of your roll.(or rolls in my case. I doubled the recipe.)
With a knife poke a few small holes in the top (about 4 or 5 about 1/4 inch long each). This will allow the steam to escape and will lessen the chance of your filling breaking through and leaking out.
Bake for 20-25 minutes. Dough should be lightly browned.
Let sit for a few minutes.
Slice.  Serve with pizza or spaghetti sauce on the side for dipping.
We also used ranch.
~You could do so many different combinations with this concept.  BBQ Chicken, Chicken Alfredo, oh the list is endless.  YUM:)
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21 comments:

  1. What a neat little way to enjoy pizza. Those combination suggestions sound pretty great too.

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  2. Mmm, pizza rolls, why haven't I thought about it? They look delicious.

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  3. Looks good Tiffanee! Sounds like a fun Super Bowl idea too:@)

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  4. It always amuses me to find out where other Foodies get their inspiration.
    It's never a place you think it would be. LOL

    This pizza roll is a great snacking idea...especially on weekends. Thanks Tiffanee.

    Ciao for now and flavourful wishes,
    Claudia

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  5. Oh yum! My head is just spinning with all the possibilities! The chicken Alfredo is sounds great!

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  6. Oh yum! No matter how you make it, pizza is always good. This is really fun!

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  7. What a fun change up for pizza. It really ramps it up. Joni

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  8. Hey Girlie!!! LOVE this you know my boys would love it!

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  9. Well, that looks easy enough, and what a clever idea! Thanks for posting it. :-)

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  10. Yum! simple and fun...I bet my kids would love to make this! And eat it ;) Thanks for sharing it w/ the hearth and soul hop this week.

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  11. Okay. How much fun is that?!?! And yum! My kids would love this!!!

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  12. This is terrific. My kids will go wild for it! Thanks for a wonderful sounding recipe.

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  13. That looks like a really good recipe for a crowd. Sounds like a cool cookbook.

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  14. Looking at that just made my stomach growl...seriously.

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  15. Yum! What a great idea, and your right so many different flavors and combinations to try.

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  16. I'm SO making this as soon as I get my hands on pizza dough.

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  17. My football team would be all over that! YUM!!

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner
    www.mawhats4dinner.com

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  18. Yum! This reminds me of a quick version of a stromboli....d'lish! :-)

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