Easy Pizza Pinwheels

Melissa M.: "Yummy for sure but not sure that the temperature…" Read More


  • 1 can pizza dough (or Refrigerated Crescents)
  • 1/4 cup pizza sauce (or marinara)
  • 3/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
  • pizza toppings (your choice)
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    Sydney Peacock 4 months ago
    Tasted too sweet with croissant rolls
    Worley 4 months ago
    did not turn out as pinwheels at all. more like a pizza bread
    Karena Schmidt 4 months ago
    To hard Looks easy but turned into pizza globs Use different cooking times as recommended on the crescent roll dough.
    Melissa M. 5 months ago
    Yummy for sure but not sure that the temperature and time to cook is correct. I had to adjust both until full baked. Everyone enjoyed them. Especially the toddler.
    Bales 5 months ago
    Even though I used the pizza crust dough and rolled it thinner, there was too much bread. Also, the rolls tended to fall apart as i transferred the pieces to the baking sheets. Maybe it would work better if they were more tightly rolled.
    adaobi a. 7 months ago
    Came out well and tasted great. I guess my rolls were darn too thick hence the puffy look.
    Lamson 7 months ago
    pay attention to the diameter of the roll,,,, if you put too much cheese and toppings, it'll get kinda big and will need to cook longer to avoid the middle from being "doughy" and undercooked.. I used a muffin pan and put one in per cup... it worked perfectly to keep them in shape
    Marisa L. 8 months ago
    Super easy and tasty!
    Harmony Wallos 9 months ago
    messy and not worth the work
    Sarah P. 9 months ago
    Don’t use crescents- the pre-cut lines are hard to close; mine needed more time; better when I bumped temp to 375; kids loved them!!
    Libby 9 months ago
    It was easy and good