Quick and Easy Pizza Bread

This quick and easy pizza bread is original… one day I just decided to roll up my pizza without the sauce like a Stromboli and it worked! So this is not fancy – but it is quick, easy and a hit in my house.
 
 
Quick and Easy Pizza Bread:
1 can refrigerated Pizza crust dough
1+ cup of mozzarella cheese
Pepperoni
1 large egg, beaten
1 small jar of pizza sauce
1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
2. Unroll the dough onto your cookie sheet and roll it to 1/4 inch thickness.
3. Sprinkle it with cheese and toppings (but no sauce).
4. Roll it up. Brush it with the egg and sprinkle it with some Italian seasoning.
 
5. Bake it at 375 degrees for 25 minutes or until brown.
6. Cut it into 2 inch thick slices and serve the pizza sauce on the side!
 
 
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Comments

  1. Lisa@BlessedwithGrace says

    Hubby loves pepperoni rolls! Never made them, though. Thanks!! I appreciate you linking up to TMTT.

  2. Morgan says

    Mmmmm! That looks so yummy! We have several pizza doug loafs- I'll have to try that this week! Thanks Courtney!

  3. Angela and Janette says

    Those look great… and so easy. What a great idea, my kids would love these- I imagine you could put all kinds of pizza toppings in there. Thanks. Angela

  4. Frugal Fine Living says

    This looks so yummy! I love the idea of using the premade pizza dough. I'll have to remember that the next time I am pressed for time.

    Jane

  5. Melinda says

    I do something similar, but make them into calzones. I roll out the dough into a circular pizza pan and add cheeses (ricotta and mozzerella), pepperoni, Ragu sauce and sometimes ground turkey ON JUST ONE HALF of the dough. Then I stretch the other half over it and use a fork to seal the edge. I poke a fork in the top. And then cut it into slices. Two of them feed my crew of four.

    You always have such practical, fun ideas on your site, Courtney.

  6. Morgan says

    okay, I made this tonight. My kids picked some rosemary to sprinkle on top. I accidentally put some sauce inside before seeing on your post that the sauce is for dipping. Hopefully it will taste as good as it looks!

  7. darnold23 says

    Bread is such a weakness of mine. I will definitely give this a try. Thanks so much for sharing. I hope you will join me at diningwithdebbie.blogspot.com for Crock Pot Wednesdays. The giveaways this weeks are really great!

  8. Courtney (Women Living Well) says

    Anonymous – that's parchment paper! I do it so it's a quick clean up! All I have to do is rinse the pan with water and put it away – quick and easy!!! That's my style!
    Courtney

  9. suzannah {so much shouting, so much laughter} says

    yum, that looks amazing! make me want to make some dough…

    loved hearing your at Relevant, courtney. glad you're speaking again next year:)

  10. Darlene Schacht says

    That looks delicious!! I know my family would love this. Looks like a great snack for pizza/movie nights.

    Now you got me thinking about my next recipe. :)

  11. My Heart Song says

    Finally decided to try this, after seeing it a few times on your blog. Loved it. The kids loved it. It's a winner! Thanks for posting it.

  12. Jagette says

    These sound so good. Thanks for the idea. Have wondered how I could make them at home. Use to have to make them when I worked at a pizza place. Will have to give this a try.

  13. says

    Definitely making this for school this year. I can see it’s quick to throw together and I’ll have 4 happy campers. Thanks, Courtney.
    Blessings,
    Toni

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