Fantastic, delicious and so easy to make! I'm so glad I found this recipe!
i took this and ran with it, the pastry is an amazing copycat of pisbury pizza pops! i made one batch with tomato sauce, mushrooms, veggie pepperoni, cheddar, and mozza. one batch with alfredo sauce, veggie chicken, mozza, cheddar, and spinach, and one with pesto sauce, olives, mozza, cheddar, and sun-dried tomatoes. these freeze and reheat well, just like the brand name ones. quite easy to over-fill and have them explode. overall though these are (or can be made) much healthier then store bought and you can vary them and make big calzone ones or small bite-sized ones. all are great to take with for lunches. overall i say NOM NOM NOM!
These are amazing. My daughter loves pizza pops, but I refuse to spend my money on the garbage they sell in the grocery stores. I made these ones for her and she loves them!!! :) I omitted the mushrooms and onion and added diced garlic, dried basil and a dash of red pepper flakes. And to top it off they are incredibly easy and quick to make. These are going to be a definite regular item in my freezer! Thanks for sharing!!
These were great, I made them for an after school snack for the kids and they loved them (so did I). They were easy to prepare and extremely tasty. I also baked them. Thanks Shar-on,for an excellent recipe that I'll be using often.
Shar-on,I baked these too,and these were so delicious,They are just GREAT!!! They make me think of Calzones,I put hot pizza sauce over top of them when they were done,and my goodness but they were so good,Thanks so much,Darlene