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

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

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

  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,

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

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

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

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

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

  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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner

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

  19. I love your blog. Thanks for all the time and effort you put into it. I would like to award you the Stylish Blogger award. Please stop by my blog to grab it!


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