Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins
Use a purchased refrigerated pizza dough or use your own favorite recipe. The success of these pizza sticks with fully depend on the quality of your pizza dough, may I say that if you are using your homemade pizza dough prepare your dough using vegetable oil in place of olive oil. If you use a large amount of pizza dough then double all ingredients. Yield will depend on how large you cut the dough sticks and the size of prepared dough you use.
- Set oven to 350°F.
- Roll out the prepared pizza dough into a large rectangle.
- Brush the melted butter over the dough.
- In a small cup combine the sugar and cinnamon.
- Sprinkle the cinnamon/sugar mixture liberally over the pizza dough.
- Slice the dough into either long strips, or cut in half and then slice into small sticks (the small ones are easier to handle).
- Place on a lightly greased baking sheet.
- Bake for about 15 minutes or until done.
- While the pizza sticks are baking, whisk the icing ingredients together until smooth, adding more icing sugar or whipping cream to achieve desired consistency.
- Dip the pizza sticks in the icing.
These were very yummy!! They went together very quickly and were easy to make. I used "Bread Machine Basic Pizza Dough" Bread Machine Basic Pizza Dough for the dough. The bread machine made quick work of this recipe. After I cut the dough into sticks and put them on the pan, I let them raise for about 15 mins. before baking. My son and his friend ate 3/4 of these right out to the oven before anybody else in the family got to taste them. Needless to say, they were a big hit. Thank you for sharing this recipe...it is definitely a keeper!!
Thanks so much for the recipe. I actually used a Pillsbury Crescent Sheet because that was what I had. The oven took longer to preheat than it took to prepare. I usually think restaurants make better food, but not this time. I think this may even be better than our favorite at Double Daves. Awesome! FWIW, I used a different recipe for the icing. Just about a cup of powdered sugar and a few tablespoons of milk. Start with just a bit, and keep thinning the mixture until it's pourable and the sugar is completely dissolved. Oh, this was so good!
Just like the ones we pay almost $10 for at our local pizza joint. I used Winco pre-made pizza dough (I can't make dough to save my life) and they were simple, delicious and ready in no time.