Pizza Rolls

First off, I’d like to start out with a rhetorical question. Who doesn’t love crescent rolls? They’re the perfect combination of buttery and flaky that you know isn’t really good for you, but you eat anyways. Point is, I had a tube of crescent rolls in the fridge and two 11 year-old kids to cook lunch for. Yes, my little brother just loves to invite guests to eat with us when I have nothing prepared! But worry not, big sis (with the help of some very creative people on Pinterest) is here to save the day!

Here’s what you’ll need: Pillsbury crescent rolls (not necessarily reduced fat, that’s just what we happened to have), pretty much any type of cheese, and pepperoni slices.

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Guess who forgot to get a picture of the pepperoni package before she used them all and threw it away? Umm, yeah that’d be me. Woops. You get the idea though, just grab some pepperoni.

First thing, unroll all your crescent triangles out on your baking sheet like so.

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Then add your pepperoni and cheese to the larger end of the triangle. For the cheese, I just took one slice and split it into fourths. All in all, I only had to use two cheese slices, but of course, if you want it cheesier, add more cheese!

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Once that’s done, just roll them up like you normally would. Only thing I’d watch out for is substantial cheese sticking out the edges, don’t want that to burn in the oven!

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Then bake like normal according to the time on the package. These cooked for 10 minutes at 375.

Take them out and ta-da!! Delicious pizza rolls that satisfy even the pickiest little eaters :)

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