Posted: 6/25/2010 8:12:30 AM
Not as cheesy as I would like...will add more cheese next time.
Posted: 4/9/2010 12:30:43 AM
These are less cheesy than I expected, yet very tasty. I added cheese on top to the second batch and they were both prettier, but also tastier.
I quadrupled the recipe (except for the egg), and everything turned out great).
Posted: 11/23/2009 4:04:03 PM
These were really tasty! The picture makes them look bigger than what they came out as but they were a hit! I didn't use the dip and they still tasted great.
Posted: 11/23/2009 10:22:52 AM
Very tasty and easy. You can use any dip, ranch is very good. Hard to find the dough in one piece.
Posted: 11/3/2009 2:09:06 PM
I made these for a friend's open house along with the Bruschetta Pinwheels that another user submitted. Everyone was amazed at how tasty they were and many requested the recipe. Like many others have said it is easy to switch the ingredients up and have variations of the same easy appetizer! I would also recommend looking for the Recipe Creations sheet-- easy to roll up without worrying about tears.
Posted: 4/20/2009 8:24:57 PM
I served these with spaghetti I made for my roommates. I had two of them and when I came back, they were all gone. Apparently they were so good that when one of my roommates dropped on the floor he ate it anyway. They asked for more after the entire tray was gone in less than thirty seconds so I guess they turned out really well.
Rebecca B. said:
Posted: 12/16/2008 9:03:16 AM
I made these for my family's Christmas get-together last year and they were a HUGE hit! So simple and easy, yet so delicious! I plan on making them again this year and have even had a few requests for them!
Posted: 12/6/2008 4:40:05 PM
Yum! I added some sun dried tomatoes (packed in olive oil) finely chopped and fresh pressed garlic. Wonderful! This is the type of recipe that I love! Easy to make and fun to play with the ingredients.
Posted: 9/25/2008 7:48:31 PM
Great party dippers/appetizers if you roll up like cinnamon rolls from the long side instead of the short side! I put the italian seasoning inside with the garlic and cheese. Yum!
Posted: 6/24/2008 1:48:34 PM
These are the BEST appetizers I ever made!!! I even replaced plain dinner rolls with these pinwheels to complement a spaghetti dish. The first time I made them, I rolled them up and realized I forgot to put the Italian seasoning inside!! No worries though since I sliced them into discs, placed them on the baking sheet and sprinkled the Italian seasoning on top with some more mozzarella cheese. It works both ways and this is better than any dinner roll or frozen garlic bread and so incredibly easy to make!! I get compliments galore and everyone takes at least 2 or 3!