12 Reviews

These are fabulous! I love the dough, I found it very easy to work. For the filling I used some homemade spaghetti sauce that needed to be used up (tomatoes, tomato sauce, ground beef, and lots of seasoning) to which I added the zucchini and cheese. Oh, and I used whole wheat pastry flour instead of all-purpose. What I like most is that the recipe tells you how much filling to put on each round of dough, a very helpful tip that most calzone recipes don't include. I will use this recipe for dough many times in the future, with a variety of fillings. Thank you for an excellent recipe and excellent instructions.

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emily hauer June 09, 2007

These were fantastic!! Another definite keeper! I had a little trouble with the dough but I don't ever make anything that has to be rolled out... I will continue making it with this crust though, it's wonderful!

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Susie FHE October 17, 2006

Just tried this a few minutes ago for lunch. They were excellent. We tried sprinkling cornmeal on an UNGREASED baking sheet and they slid right off. We had these with a salad and use this recipe again.Thanks for this wonderful recipe.

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Bluenoser August 18, 2005

These were excellent! Derf suggested sprinkling cornmeal on the greased baking sheet which I will definately do in the future cause mine stuck like glue. But they were sooo good and they froze and reheated prefectly. I let them cool to room temperature then wrapped each one individually in plastic wrap and froze in a large freezer bag. To reheat, I microwaved them for 3 minutes straight from the freezer. Wonderful! -- 6 WW points, great with a salad.

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MommyMakes August 17, 2005

Very yummy recipe. My 11 year old made the bread dough while I cooked the filling. The kids ate it up! I used some elk sausage we had on hand for the meat, and broccoli. Everything worked very well together and was very good leftovers as well.

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Dana S. January 29, 2014

This was a pretty good recipe! Like another reviewer, I used some spaghetti sauce that needed to be used. I also cut out the meat and used only parmesan cheese. It was a nice, quick dough, though next time I will probably add some garlic or onion powder to the dough for more flavor. Thanks for a great healthy recipe!

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SandwichQueen July 10, 2009

This was fantastic!! I was thrilled to be making pizza calzone for the first time, and have it turn out beyond expectations. I cut down on the mozarella cheese a little and doubled the garlic but other than that, I followed this recipe as written. My 3 year old who is very fussy asked for seconds so this is definitely a winner.

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Sara Jo June 12, 2009

yum! made this for my kids, husband, and diabetic mom. even the picky neighbor kid would eat some!

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BekW October 26, 2008

"The only thing that would be better is if it were fried... but this is probably healthier." -My husband. I did mostly follow the directions, used broccoli. I exchanged some of the AP flour for some buckwheat flour only because it needed to get used. VERY tasty.

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Mrs. Sudds December 16, 2007
Pizza Calzones - Diabetic