Waffled Pizza Dippers

"I found this on cdkitchen while looking for sandwich maker recipes. (If you have any not posted here, let me know!)"
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  • Heat waffle maker with 8-inch-square cooking surface on Medium-High heat setting.
  • In medium bowl, mix both cheeses, basil and oregano; set aside.
  • In 1 1/2-quart saucepan, heat pizza sauce over low heat, stirring occasionally, until hot. Place in small serving bowl.
  • Unroll both cans of dough onto work surface. Separate each crosswise, making four (7-by-6-inch) rectangles; firmly press perforations to seal.
  • Place 1 dough rectangle on bottom surface of heated waffle maker, being careful not to open up perforations. Quickly sprinkle 1 cup cheese mixture evenly on top of dough. Place half the slices of pepperoni evenly over cheese mixture. Top with another dough rectangle; close waffle maker. Bake 2 to 3 minutes or until sandwich is golden brown.
  • With pancake turner, remove from waffle maker; place on cutting board. Cool 30 seconds before cutting.
  • Cut into square sandwiches or triangular snacks.
  • Repeat with remaining dough, cheese mixture and pepperoni.
  • Serve warm with pizza sauce for dipping.

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  1. These are so easy and fun to make! I was a little nervous about them cooking through, but they did with no problem! Fun kids dinner. Very quick! Thanks for the great idea! What a fun way to use my waffle iron!
  2. this was really fun & easy! I used reduced fat crescent rolls. some of the rolls I used the pepperoni in, some I used some thinly sliced grilled eggplant that I made and some I just did as "cheese". I used fresh pesto for seasoning rather than the dried herbs. Everyone really enjoyed this! thanks for the post!
  3. Yuck. Doughy, bland, and my kid who will eat anything said, "They're okaaaaay but don't make them again." First recipe from this site that didn't garner rave reviews.
  4. yumm!! and really easy and fun to make!
  5. What a great idea! Easy to make. I made these and they were gone as fast so I made some more the following day. The second time I made them I divided the cheese and put some under the pepperoni and some on top worked out better. They are very flaky and tasty they even taste good cold. They would be good in lunchboxes. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Made for PAC07


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