Easy Yummy Pizza Rolls

Pizza Rolls

“I don’t want pizza tonight.” SAID NO ONE EVER. We love pizza over here, and lately, we’ve been enjoying it in the form of homemade pizza rolls! They only require a few ingredients, take less than 30 minutes to make, and taste great! Keep reading for the easy recipe.


Open and roll out a tube of Pillsbury Pizza Crust-Thin Crust. Make sure to get the thin crust, so your pizza rolls don’t turn out too thick! (Duh. In case you didn’t know what the word thin meant.)

It’s best to roll out your dough onto some floured wax paper, so it doesn’t stick. Cut the dough into triangles (I usually get 6 out of one tube.) Fill your triangles with whatever ingredients you’d like, and roll them up! We always just use pepperonis and mozzarella because we’re simple folks. 🙂 You could also throw in Italian seasoning, mushrooms, onions, spinach…whatever you want!


Once you roll up your pizza…uh… rolls, place them on a foil-lined baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray. Finally, brush them with melted garlic butter. Place them in an oven that has been heated to 425 degrees and cook them for 10-15 minutes. Make sure the cheese is melted and the dough is fully cooked to a golden brown.


While your pizza rolls are cooking, warm up your favorite pizza sauce in a ramekin. We’ve been enjoying the Classico Traditional Pizza Sauce lately.


Before you know it, your pizza rolls will be ready for you to enjoy! Dip them into the sauce and dig in. I hope you think they’re as delicious as we do! Let me know if you try any other variations!


P.S. If you’re more of a “traditional” pizza person, check out my Homemade Pizza in Less than 1 Hour post!

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Homemade Pizza in Less Than 1 Hour!


Hey y’all! This easy homemade pizza has quickly become a favorite in our home. A few weeks ago, Louis and I got ingredients to make a pizza together, and it turned out so tasty we’ve made one once a week since then!

Here are the ingredients we use:

1 pack Weisenberger Pizza Crust Mix

1 jar Mezzetta Authentic Pizza Sauce

HEB Cheese – Pizza Blend

Hormel Original Uncured Pepperonis

Feel free to add any other toppings you enjoy on your pizza! Duh. The Weisenberger Pizza Crust Mix is awesome because it gives you a homemade pizza taste without having to make it totally from scratch and wait around all day for the dough to rise. You simply add hot water and let it rise for at least five minutes (we usually give it around 30 minutes). The Mezzetta pizza sauce was recommended by my parents, and it is YUM-O. One jar lasts for about three pizzas, and I even dip my pizza in it because I love the taste so much! I think these two ingredients are really what make this pizza so delicious. Feel free to branch out on the cheese and toppings as your little heart desires, but don’t say I didn’t warn you if you stray from Weisenberger and Mezzetta and your pizza tastes like Italian turds.


Another optional ingredient is a handsome sous chef. (To help in the kitchen obvi…not to chop up for your ‘za.)


Follow the ingredients on the Weisenberger pizza crust mix by adding 1/2 cup of hot water to your mix and stirring it up. Then, cover it in a little oil and form it into a ball. I cover my mixing bowl with a kitchen towel and set it outside to let it rise in the miserable Texas heat.


Once your dough has risen, spread it out into a circle (or a different shape if you’re feeling jazzy) on your greased pizza pan and add your selected ingredients. I also usually add some melted butter and garlic powder to the crust because we are oh-so fancy. Set your oven to 500 degrees, and bake your pizza for 10 minutes.

3Just like that you’ve got a fresh, yummy homemade pizza! This pizza is the perfect size for Louis and I to split. If you’re cooking for more than two, then um…buy more ingredients, obviously.

4From prep to plate this pizza takes less than an hour to make, so it’s perfect when you’re craving homemade pizza but don’t have all day to wait for the dough to rise! Hope you enjoy this simple, homemade pizza soon!

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