Posted: 12/24/2012 3:12:13 PM
Quick, relatively easy, and very tasty.
The pastry might be a bit buttery and sweet for a pizza; we have used Pillsbury crescent dough for other savoury recipes and always love them.
These also turned out a bit soft on the bottom, but we used parchment on our baking sheet.
But, yes: The recipe instructs us to form a rectangle, and then fold it diagonally?! I flunked geometry and know that won't work. The pockets in the photo appear to be 4-sided pies, cut diagonally. Who signed off on this recipe before it was posted? So we folded the rectangles into squares. If Pillsbury dot com is seek
Posted: 8/10/2012 2:43:46 PM
So simple - marinara sauce works great, use any combination of veggies for a vegetarian option. Our favourite pizza - bacon, cheese & mushrooms (precook mushrooms & bacon). Turned out great the very first time. Thank you Pillsbury for the basic recipe that I could then adapt to my family's preferences. This with a salad makes a great lunch or dinner.
Posted: 7/9/2012 9:58:50 PM
I make these a version of this often and it is a HUGE HIT with my teenage son. I don't use pizza sauce at all and use a variety of different pizza toppings. Also, I don't separate the triangles; instead I simply divide in half or quarters (depending on appetites of family/guests), seal the perforations, place the toppings, cover with cheese then roll into. Seal ends and bake using the crescent roll instruction. Quick, EASY, and positively delicious!! Don't be afraid to use a variety of things, you won't regret it and it will quickly become a family favorite.
This is a wonderful choice
Posted: 7/5/2012 6:43:22 PM
This was not as easy to fold as it looks. Will keep trying as these are good and very easy to change up to what ever you have handy.
Posted: 6/6/2012 5:44:20 PM
I used the (3)seamless dough sheets for this recipe, I made one with pepperoni and cheese, one with ham and cheese, and one with bbq chicken, bacon and cheese... they were all devoured within ten minutes this includes a 2yr old, six yr. old, and a ten year old.. I will make this again. Thank you Pillsbury.
Posted: 5/15/2012 3:06:58 PM
I love pizza, and I love crescent rolls, what better than to merge these two together. I don't eat meat, but make these vegetarian style, and they are so delicious!
Posted: 4/21/2012 1:58:57 PM
This was by far the worst thing I have ever made using a recipe. My family, who usually eat anything, frowned at the dinner plate. The dinner rolls were too sweet and the sauce poured over. I like to think of myself as someone capable enough to follow a simple recipe, so the failure was not due to me. I suggest using a different dough, maybe Publix pizza. 5 thumbs down.
Posted: 3/8/2012 9:52:34 AM
Great! A quick meal favorite for a different lunch: Try pre cooked brown&serve sausage links (sliced)inside Yum!Really love the idea's here
Posted: 1/27/2012 3:06:01 PM
i made this today for me and my husband for
dinner. it was good.but need lesser fillings
in them. they kept spilling out of the filling.
all try them again soon. thanks.
Posted: 1/20/2012 1:57:59 AM
This is so easy to make & personalize to your own taste! A regular on our menu!