Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Pepperoni Pizza Crescent Roll-Ups


So how many of you are on Pinterest?  I mean isn't it the most madly addictive thing ever?..And NOT a waste of time...I mean you learn valuable stuff...like how to make laundry detergent...how to fold a fitted sheet...or 1,000 uses for Mason jars...or 1,000 different things to make with crescent rolls...So no it's not a waste of time.  Mostly all I'm interested in is the food and most of my pins are food related...

And here is one of those crescent roll recipes...I've seen these all over Pinterest...and they just seemed way too easy not to try!  I mean all you do is roll up some pepperoni and a piece of string cheese in a crescent roll...It would even be a great recipe to let your kids make...and what kid doesn't like pizza?..OK even better question...What adult doesn't like pizza?


After you roll them up, give them a dusting of garlic powder and Italian seasoning...not just for flavor, but it makes them look pretty. 


Then bake them up...and serve them with some pizza sauce to complete your pizza experience...Perfect for a snack...appetizer...or light dinner, just add a salad.

Pepperoni Pizza Crescent Roll-Ups

1 can refrigerated crescent rolls
32 slices pepperoni
4 pieces mozzarella string cheese, cut in half
garlic powder, for sprinkling
Italian seasoning, for sprinkling

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.  Unroll the crescent rolls into triangles.  Top each crescent roll with with 4 pieces of pepperoni, then a piece of string cheese; roll up (tuck the corners to keep all the cheese from oozing out) and place on a baking sheet.  Dust tops with garlic powder and Italian seasoning; bake for 12 to 15 minutes, or until golden brown.  Serve with your favorite pizza sauce for dipping.

36 comments:

  1. But were they GOOD? I mean, YUMMY? :) And you KNOWS I love me some Pinterest. I have about six different food boards..breakfast, entrees, sides, soups/salads, dessert, drinks. And I have found so many good recipes, too! Did you see my Pinterest recipe post?

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  2. BTW, I just pinned this recipe. And I love you. And need you to come live with me. :)

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  3. Bunny...Yes! These were really good...so good Michael bought some more crescent rolls today. I must have missed your post...I'll check it out.

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  4. I am completely out of the loop.. never heard of pinterest...Now the pepperoni rollups- yes I do know those!.

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  5. Chrissy...Pinterest is the first bookmarking site that is actually fun.

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  6. Oh my goodness! My kids LOVE appetizer nights and we do them for special occasions a few times a year. I just pinned these (LOL - because YOURS need to be pinned too!) to try next time. FUN!

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  7. ME ME!! I'm on Pinterest and I love pizza and so do my kids....and WHY haven't I seen these before? What a great idea (I'm thinking....super bowl food!)

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  8. Folks are raving about ointerest. I know I should be on there too.

    These pepperoni pizza crescent rolls are perfect for a family on the run with kids...My kids would eat this up, in no time.

    Velva

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  9. They look really tasty!! I'm on Pintrest but dont utilise it like I should :(
    Take care..

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  10. Fun concoction. I'm off to find out what pinterest is.

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  11. I'm so glad you shared this recipe because my family loves anything I wrap in a crescent roll. Their favorite, believe it or not, is a hot dog rolled in a crescent roll. I'll have to try this one. I'm hoping it will replace their fascination with the hot dog version.

    P.S. Sausage is probably my favorite meat too. I was just coming here to get your smoked sausage recipe for tonight.

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  12. Funny, I have that pinned too. I haven't got around to making them, but I know we would all love them.

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  13. Dear Bo, These look terrific!!! They are easy, cheesy and look OH SO GOOD!!! Blessings, Catherine

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  14. Oh, yum!!! Perfect playoff appetizer...filing it away if our team wins this weekend :)

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  15. I really like Pinterest too. I've done something so similar to this, using packages meatballs. Love this idea and it sounds much easier than the instructions I followed. I'm pinning. :)

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  16. I need to make these if I host super bowl!

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  17. I'm on Pinterest.. I think I've only pinned photos from your site too!! lol
    LOVE this idea.. simple and delicious. Almost makes you feel like a kid when you are eating them too I bet! :)

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  18. Looks like a very tasty appetizer. I am sure this is a keeper.

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  19. Fun after school snack! I'm currently on pinterest restriction.
    Mimi

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  20. I know I have heard that Pinterest has a lot of ideas and tips, but I am afraid to get into it. I barely have time for my blogging and commenting and such. Maybe when I get a new computer (I am still in the dark ages). This recipe looks pretty tasty, and a good one to have on hand, you know when friends drop by. I have many crescent roll recipes from Pampered Chef, and I learned to fould fitted sheet from Martha Stewart :)

    I need to buy some crescent rolls!

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  21. You should be ashamed for making something so temptingly decadent. (I'm sneaking out the back door and heading for the Safeway right now.)

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  22. This is one of my niece's favorite recipes! It is so simple she can make it for her and her friends when they get home from school.

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  23. This is on my to do list they look quite delicious. Diane

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  24. This looks like so much fun!! I am definitely going to have to try this ASAP! :)

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  25. Nice! My kids would really dig these!

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  26. you are just cranking out the gameday food! Think we'll just head over to your house for the Superbowl ;)

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  27. You've posted the perfect recipe for the 2012 Miss America/Golden Globes weekend. Thanks!

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  28. These look yummy! I like the fact that they look so easy to make and they turn looking so tasty.

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  29. I'm hooked on pinterest as well...I'm trying to diet a bit and all I see there is food. These look worth falling off the wagon for.

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  30. nice blog. delicious post.

    a cheerful visit form philippines. :)

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  31. Hi Bo - I am a new follower (via Linda's blog) and so far I love all of the recipes I have seen. I love all of the appetizers I have seen so far - perfect for football on the weekends. Can't wait to see more!

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  32. Un perfecto aperitivo muy hermoso y tentador,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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  33. I like to do something similar. Yummy.

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