Pepperoni Pizza Rolls (Copy Cat - Double Daves Pizzaworks)

Total Time
25mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins

These are like the famous "Pepperoni Rolls" made by Double Dave's Pizzaworks from College Station, TX, Home of Texas A&M University. I use to sit and watch the guys making them, while eating a bunch. Best served with Ranch dressing, or Pizza sauce. These Pepperoni Rolls don't need sauce inside to be really, really good. I used to be able to eat about 9 of these for dinner in college. I make them by the dozen, because my two kids eat a lot of them. Watch out - These are addicting!

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 package pillsbury pizza crust, Thin Crust Pizza dough
  • 30 pepperoni slices, regular or 30 turkey
  • 3 slices smoked provolone cheese, each round slice, sliced into 4 strips

Directions

  1. Unroll pizza dough onto large counter top.
  2. Cut dough in half lengthwise to make 2 strips, ~4 inches by ~18 inches.
  3. Gently stretch dough until it is about 3 feet long, and 6 inches wide. It will be semi thin.
  4. Lay 5 pepperoni slices across end of the dough, just inside the short end edge.
  5. Lay 2 strips of provolone onto the pepperoni.
  6. Gently pull ends of dough, on side up over the edge of the pepperoni's about 1 inch.
  7. From end, roll dough 1 1/2 times to cover the pepperoni and seal the roll.
  8. Slice the roll off from the dough strip with sharp knife, Each strip should make 3 rolls.
  9. Repeat.
  10. Bake on preheated 400 degree oven approximately 10 - 15 min., until golden brown.
  11. Serve with Ranch and / or Pizza sauce in little dishes to dip the end of the roll into. Enjoy!
Most Helpful

5 5

These were much better than anticipated, although my 'rolling' abilities need some work! I was afraid they would be too doughy, but they were very tasty, with the pepperoni and cheese tucked nicely inside. I prefer a pizza sauce for dipping, so I used that, but DH enjoyed the ranch. I will probably make these again, and hope for a miracle, that I can make them look a little better! Thanks for sharing a great recipe, Steak&Taters!