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Made this for an after school snack and it was wonderful karen. I did everything as was called for but I think I made my slices a bit bigger but got 12 nice sized snacks. Everyone Loved these and this recipe will be used again. Made for karen's cookathon, we are praying for you friend. :)
These were awesome! I made these for my kids but ate most of them myself they were so good. Mine were an ooey gooey mess but that was my fault as I overdid it on the cheese and sauce. I omitted the pepperoni and used shredded mozzarella and reduced-fat crescents. I also pushed them down a little after I cut them to fit all my cheese on top. My teenage daughter loved them too and I'll definitely make them next time she has some friends over. Quick, easy and delicious!!!
Great, easy snack, very much enjoyed by my kids (and myself). I cook pretty much like Gayla (rarely measure anything) and just did everything 'by eye', using a slice of mozzarella on top rather than grated. Worked out beautifully and eye-pleasing.
This was a very easy and quick recipe. I left the dough rectangle flat so I could add some mushrooms. Easiest pizza I have made. Thanks kzbhansen. Bullwinkle..
I made these as a kid-friendly appetizer over the holidays. They were very good and, of course, turned out to be adult-pleasers as well. :) I didn't really measure most ingredients, just spread sauce on the crescent dough and grated Parmigiano-Reggiano directly over the sauce until I had the coverage I wanted. I rolled from the long side, rather than the short, so I wouldn't have to cut the slices so thinly. Since the slices are a bit thicker and the diameter smaller this way, I just pressed down some on the pepperoni when I placed it on top. I piled as much shredded mozzarella as I could get to stay on, but next time I think I'll simply place small slices of mozzarella or provel on top, rather than using shredded cheese. Will definitely be making again--thanks for posting the recipe!