A simple one I learned in Home Economics in uh, 6th grade or something – but it never gets old.
- 1 canister of (Pillsbury) Crescent Dough
- Cheese of your choice (jack/muenster do well)
- Pizza seasoning
- Vegetable of choice (optional)
Preheat oven to 375.
Crack open the Crescent Dough and roll the contents out flat onto a baking sheet – it will form a rectangle, with a bunch of triangle shapes cut out. Those would be rolled into the crescent rolls, but here, we’re going to pinch all the seams together to make one flat piece of dough.
Leaving a couple of inches on each side, layer the pepperoni, cheese, etc, down the center of the dough, long-ways. Sprinkle your favorite pizza seasonings on top. With a knife, make slices along the unused dough “margins” – at about 1-1.5″ wide. You will then fold these over the center, in an alternating fashion, so they are kind of breaded.
Bake this it for 15-20 (?) min – or until nice and golden.
To serve, slice into 1-2″ strips.