Sunday, April 28, 2013

Crafting Dinnertime

Sometimes J and I get so involved with creating that we forget to eat proper meals. When this happens, and our bodies start to get hangry (angry with hunger), we tend to come up with the least disruptive food options possible.  Tonight while crafting we opted for pizza rolls, and it occurred to me that I could share this simple recipe with you.

-Crescent rolls
-String cheese
-Pepperoni slices
-Garlic Powder
-Italian seasoning

Super simple, though not super healthy, these pizza rolls are a great way to have a filling snack without spending too much time trashing or cleaning your kitchen.  Start by preheating your oven to 375. Then lay out the crescent rolls on a flat surface and place 3-4 pepperonis on each roll. Cut the string cheese in half and place one half on the top edge of each crescent triangle.

Roll up the crescents with the cheese and meat inside. Place them on a baking sheet and sprinkle the tops with garlic powder and Italian seasoning, then bake them for 14 minutes.

 Voila! Delicioso! And the only thing you dirtied was a baking sheet. J likes to eat his dipped in pizza sauce, but I love them plain, which means there's no recipe for the sauce on this blog. Too bad for you that I'm the one writing today!

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