Pizza Roll-Ups

Here is another SUPER EASY and QUICK recipe! They are also SO delish!! Yummmm!

What you will need:
*8 Cresent Rolls
*4 string cheese
*About 32 pepperoni slices

Heat your oven according to the directions on the cresent roll package. {Mine was 375.}

Open each cresent roll and place 4 pepperoni slices on each. As you can see, I did two on top and two down the middle. Then tear a string cheese in half and place it at the top of the roll.

The roll up the little babies! You don’t have to seal all the cracks this time. Then cook according to your cresent roll packages. {I did 12 minutes.}

Once they are done, eat them up!!! You can dip them in something yummy, like ranch or marinara if you like it!

Let me know if you try them and what you dipped them in. Or if you just ate them how they were, like I did!

46 thoughts on “Pizza Roll-Ups

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  3. I made these tonight and they were yummy. Something ill definately make again. I also put butter and Parmesan cheese on top when they were done and dipped in ranch. (=

  4. I’ve made these many times and they’re awesome! The one thing I do a bit different is sprinkle Italian seasoning on the dough before placing the pepperoni down. Adds some more flavor.

  5. I love them my great grandkids love them and I found out if u put a little bit of garlic powder and mix it with crushed basil and sprinkle it on the roll and roll them up in the crescent roll give it a better flavor

  6. I have a 2 year old and home and getting home at 630 every night its tough to find something that will be easy to make and good at the same time! Was browsing trying to find an easy dinner and now on my lunch break im stopping at the store for all the stuff. Whats a good side dish?

  7. the pizza rolls where awesome the kids loved them. we just got done eating them. one thing i did different was i made 2 batches of them and on one batch i bought this variety pizza seasonings from winn dixie it comes in a shaker with 4 different blends and on this batch i sprinkled some of these flavors onto the cressant rolls and some parmasen cheese. yummy and we dipped in regular pizza sauce from Classico. on an after thought i had i wish i had maybe tried this next time i will. I have some garlic butter dipping sauce from pizza hut in the fridge and i think next time i will take that and brush the dough with it before cooking and see how that tastes to. also might do some ham and pineapple ones too mmmmm. the options are endless thank you very much for getting me rolling with delicious fast lunch that i know my kids will want all the time.

  8. OMG! SO GOOD! After it took them out of the oven I brushed some garlic butter on them and stuck them back in for a minute. To die for!

  9. A long time ago, made something similar one slice bread .1 weiner..some cheese …maybe half a slice of your or child’s favorite; pull 2 sides if bread up and secure with a wooden toothpick;then (drum roll) add half a slice Bacon. Broil until bacon is done. Can make as many as want/need. Good for game or poker night. add chips or whatever. these days I love using the crescent rolls. thanks for sharing this and those to your fans for all the suggestions. Isn’t it wonderful to be able to connect with all those lovely people?

    • Oooh. That sounds yummy! And super easy to make on a busy night. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for sharing, Jo!

      Yes, it is so fun to connect and see what other people do.

  10. Really good! I sprinkled with garlic powder. Next time I’m going to double the pepperoni and maybe even add a little sauteed mushrooms and onion!!! Awesome! Definitely a keeper

  11. I think I will try them for New Year’s Eve. All the tenants get together at New Year’s Eve for a little fun where I live.

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