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Sorry, but i thought this recipe wasnt very good. I cooked it for 16 min and found the dough inside not to be cooked. So i cooked it a while longer and still the same. I decided to keep it out since the outside was browned already. My 3 yr old son did not enjoy this either. I will not be making this again.
I didn't end up sealing the dough, I just put the toppings on the triangles and baked it. I thought it was convenient that crescent roles looked a lot like pre-sliced pizza pieces. This saved me from having to make my own dough and it was a nice change of pace because the consistency is different from conventional dough. This was a great week night meal.
There's no Pillsbury here, but I used something similar. What a great idea! This time I made it as stated, but next time I'll sneak in some veggies too. DD had no trouble eating by herself as she has with everything else! The first thing she ever ate herself were calzones so maybe I should just hide everything in dough.
Everyone in the family loved these! My husband said they were "awesome", the 3 year old wanted more, and I thought they were a great way to change up the menu a little while still satisfying our pizza cravings. I followed the directions as-is, and the only thing I would change in the future is to grease the pan lightly before baking (I had a problem with a couple of them trying to stick when it was time to plate them up). My oven required the full 16 minutes to get a nice golden brown color. We'll definitely be making these again in the future. Thanks so much for the idea!!!!
These are a quick and tasty snack! I made exactly as stated. I sprinkled on some additional mozzarella cheese on top during the last couple of minutes of baking. Very good! Made for Photo Tag.
these are so great! I made them for a quick dinner break and they came out soooo yummy, similar to mini calzones. thank you for a keeper!!