Friday, March 11, 2011

Pizza Rolls

So you thought I was joking about the pizza thing in my household? Nope.
These are a variation of the popular pizza rolls you can buy in the frozen food section. Not that these aren't totally delish but they probably aren't the best thing for you to eat for they are fried. These are made with wonton wrappers and baked in your little Babycakes cupcake maker. Makes 16 rolls.

What you need:

16 Wonton wrappers
1/2 cup Tomato sauce
1/4 Mozzarella cheese;
1/4 Parmesan cheese; grated
Italian seasoning
Garlic power
Olive oil
Cooking spray for Babycakes wells
Water for sealing wonton wrappers

What you do:

Mix tomato sauce, cheeses, and spices together in a bowl. Set aside.
Pour a little olive oil in a small bowl. You don't need a lot.
Next take one of the wonton wrappers. Using your finger dab a little oil on each side of the wrapper. Next add a 1/2 of tablespoon of filling in the center of each wrapper.

Fold over one side of wrapper and then the next side and seal with water. Then dab the sides with water to seal and cut the ends so it looks like a pizza roll. See photo below.

Make up the other rolls. Spray each well of your cupcake maker and put the rolls inside.
Cook 10-12 minutes turning every few minutes so each side gets a nice golden brown.

Take out and enjoy!

You'll notice that I tried other ways of wrapping each pizza roll but the rolled way I show above tasted the best. Perfect amount of wrapper for the amount of filling.
Happy snacking!!

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  1. Yummy!! Love your new background!!

    By the way, giving you the Versatile Blogger Award! :)

  2. Thanks for visiting our blog and for your comment! I am so excited to start trying your recipes...they look yummy!! The blogger backgrounds are still not compatible with i-phone/ipad, but we are working on that:)
    Have a great day!

  3. To jennifer:
    OMG!!! Thank you so much!!! Today's my birthday - what a wonderful gift!! I'll start writing my 7 things right now!!!

  4. These were good! I had a hard time fitting them in the wells and getting both sides to brown, but tasted good!