Whether it’s baked on a traditional crust, French bread or English muffins, pizza is always popular. And when you have the chance to make it for a meal or snack using flaky, buttery crescent roll dough, you know a pizza recipe is going to be well-received.
There are so many recipes you can make with a can of crescent roll dough, including pizza. We found a five-ingredient Pizza Roll-Ups recipe from Damn Delicious that looks as mouth-watering as it is easy to prepare.
In fact, even children can get in on the preparation of this dish, and they will certainly want to get in on gobbling them up. Adults would enjoy snacking on these roll-ups during a big game, too.
You may have the ingredients on hand right now, as all you’ll need is a can of refrigerated crescent roll dough, some string cheese, mini pepperoni slices, butter and seasoning. Then, it’s a matter of rolling the cheese and meat into the dough slices, topping them with butter and seasoning, and popping them into the oven.
The result is a buttery, herby, gooey, cheesy treat.
You can find the recipe on the Damn Delicious website or follow along with the video from their YouTube channel.
And don’t be afraid to get creative! One commenter prefers to use shredded cheese because she finds it melts better and she can control the amount of cheese that goes into the rolls, since one of her children doesn’t like as much cheese.
Another reader recommends serving the pizza rolls with a side of marinara for dipping. You could try swapping out the pepperoni or adding other ingredients as well, such as sausage, sliced olives and bell peppers.
One piece of advice for everyone who tries this recipe: You’ll want prepare a large batch of roll-ups because these savory snacks are sure to go fast.
How To Watch The Super Bowl Without Cable
Food is certainly one of the most important parts of a Super Bowl party, but you’ll also need a way to tune into the big game! If you don’t have cable, you might be wondering how to do that. Super Bowl LVI will air on NBC on Feb. 13. You can stream it on Peacock or the NBC Sports app, for example. But if you want to avoid subscription fees, the original way to watch the Super Bowl remains the most cost-effective and reliable: install an over-the-air digital antenna. Since the game always airs on either CBS, Fox or NBC — three of the major over-the-air broadcast networks — it’s totally free for anyone with a TV and antenna to watch on their local affiliate.
If you’ve already got your over-the-air antenna set up and your local NBC affiliate is already scanned into your channel lineup, simply flip to that station on the day of the game and enjoy the coverage from start to finish, fee-free, including NBC’s pre- and post-game shows, all the commercials and the halftime show.
If you don’t have an over-the-air antenna, check out this guide on finding the best one for your needs, then install it and run a scan for channels on your TV. Your local NBC affiliate should be among the ones you receive and that’s where you’ll want to flip on game day.
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