Mozzarella Pepperoni Croissants


Mozzarella Pepperoni Croissants


Mozzarella Pepperoni Croissants
Mozzarella Pepperoni Croissants

"These are super easy and kid friendly! They can be put together and in the oven in literally five minutes! There are seven ingredients and most of us have the spices right in our pantry!"

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We had these last year for a New Year's Eve get together. I plan on making them again this year. They are super easy, and the guests don't realize that. They are a big hit. I put out some homemade marinara sauce, and everyone loved them. Honestly, the marinara sauce took longer to make than these. This recipe is now a go-to appetizer for me.

This reminds me of the old pigs in a blanket, only using pepperoni in place of the hot dogs. It's really quick to put together and I know it'll turn out to be delicious. I can't see any problems with substituting ham in place of the pepperoni. I also like the idea of adding some minced onion and green pepper, since those are two of my favorite pizza toppings as well.

I love pizza! We usually have pepperoni pizza every Friday night, the traditional kind, but with the discovery of this recipe, I may change things up and try this for something a little bit different. I would no doubt use some marinara for dipping and would make a salad to round out the meal. I wonder if I could make these with a filling of ham and pineapple-another one of our favorite types of pizza? I am sure you could use any filling you wanted, which makes this quite a versatile recipe!

I was looking for something "pizza-ish" for New Years Eve that would be easy to handle where my guests didn't have to worry about toppings sliding off onto their clothing (trust me it has happened) These are the perfect solution! All the ingredients are wrapped up inside, and the marinara is "optional", they can dip, or just eat them as is. I did a dry run and made a small batch and they taste just as good either way. They're quick and easy... can't wait to make these Saturday Night.

I bet kids would just love these! Soooo pizza like especially with the marinara sauce for dipping! From reading the recipe I'm guessing they want you to cut the mozzarella stick in half cross-wise because that would make it fit the crescent roll better. I think I would change it up and add some onion and green pepper and maybe black olives too to get my veggies in the mix.


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