Monday, February 22, 2010

Pizza Rolls

When planning the menu for the week, I always ask everyone what one meal they would like to eat. This week, Avery said chef salad and McKenna said, rather yelled, "steak!" We really miss having a grill. We may need to take the family to Outback steakhouse and treat McKenna to her steak.
On to the pizza rolls. This is such an easy recipe. And, yet, I'm always forgetting about it. I got the idea several years ago from friends back in KY. Avery and McKenna love them and this is a good recipe for them to help make. Although I haven't done this yet, this would be a good recipe to double and freeze for later.

Rhodes frozen rolls (I thaw them on the counter for a few hours, according to directions on the package)
Pepperoni, cut in quarters
Mozzarella cheese
butter, melted (I put a garlic glove in for flavor)

Marinara sauce

Take 2 rolls and roll them together to make a disk. Put some pepperoni and cheese in the middle and fold all of the edges so none of it can escape. Put seam side down on greased cookie sheet. Brush the tops with melted butter and bake at 350 for 20 minutes or so (follow Rhodes package directions)

Serve with warm marinara sauce.

This makes a great lunch or an easy supper meal. Serve with either a salad or veggies and ranch. You can also change the filling, try adding sausage or spinach. Enjoy!


Marla said...

That sounds so good! I think I will make them.

Melissa said...

Making these tonight! Can't wait to try them. I'm going to add spinach and chicken in some for me!! I love your recipes! Thanks for sharing!!