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These ooey gooey Stuffed Pizza Rolls are the ideal small bite option. Enjoy them as an appetizer, casual meal or game day snacking.
Easy Stuffed Pizza Rolls Recipe
During the holiday season we cooks have to be ready to serve foods that will suit every guests taste. That's no small fete and it's always a challenge. Especially when it comes to the youngest ones and the picky palates around the table. Every gracious host and hostess knows the importance of planning special memorable dishes for everyone to enjoy. Don't we all associate special meals and favorite dishes with the loved ones who made them? It's one of the most heartwarming parts of my family's holiday meal celebrations.
How to Make the Best Stuffed Pizza Rolls Recipe
- Ingredients you'll need to make homemade Stuffed Pizza Rolls: One package frozen dinner rolls, Italian sausage, ground beef, onion, green bell pepper, garlic, shredded mozzarella cheese, pizza sauce, dry Italian seasoning, crushed red pepper flakes, melted butter, grated Parmesan cheese, garlic salt, black pepper.
- Kitchen tools you'll need: A large skillet, sharp knife and cutting board, cheese grater, measuring cups and spoons, pastry brush, small bowl. bread knife and a large parchment lined sheet pan.
- You can use another Brand of rolls if preferred.
- See how to make your own Homemade Pizza Sauce here.
- These stuffed pizza rolls can be fully assembled one day in advance and then wrapped in foil or plastic wrap and popped into the refrigerator to chill. When doing so, wait to brush with melted butter and sprinkle with the toppings just before baking.
- Just before baking, unwrap and brush liberally with seasoned butter then sprinkle with grated Parmesan cheese.
- You can serve them hot straight from the oven as an appetizer or along with the main dish meal. They're so tasty that everyone will be reaching for one of these gooey and delicious stuffed pizza rolls.
- Store baked Stuffed Pizza rolls chilled in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Reheat in single servings in the microwave or in an air fryer.
More Pizza Inspired Recipes to Make
- Skip the buns and enjoy this Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza, instead.
- These Sloppy Joe Pizza Sliders are terrific for quick meals and game day eats.
- These easy Pepperoni Pizza Rolls are guaranteed to disappear in no time flat.
- Homemade Meatball Pizza features homemade meatballs that are great for subs, too!
- Set up a toppings bar and let everyone make their own pizza using this recipe for Homemade Pizza Dough.
- Turn up your sandwich menu with this recipe for Pizza Grilled Cheese.
- Pizza Muffins from Bread Booze and Bacon.
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Stuffed Pizza Rolls
- 1 11 oz package Sister Schubert's Parker House Style Yeast Rolls
- 1 small sweet onion diced
- 1 small green bell pepper seeded and diced
- olive oil
- salt and black pepper
- 2 clove garlic minced
- ¾ teaspoon dry Italian seasoning divided
- ½ lb lean ground beef
- ½ lb spicy ground Italian sausage
- 12 thick slices mozzarella cheese divided
- ½ cup pizza sauce plus additional for serving
- 3 tablespoon butter melted
- ¼ teaspoon garlic salt
- 1 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese
- Preheat the oven to 350°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Thaw the Sister Schubert's Parker House Style Yeast Rolls per the package directions. Cut in half keeping the top and bottom pieces intact. Place onto pan.
- In a skillet cook the diced onion and green pepper in a couple of drizzles of olive oil over medium-high heat. Cook for around 5 minutes until softened and beginning to brown. Season with salt and black pepper to taste. Add garlic cooking for 1 minute longer.
- Add the ground beef, Italian sausage and ½ teaspoon Italian seasoning. Cook until no pink remains and the meat has browned. Drain all excess fat from the pan. Set aside to cool slightly.
- On the bottom piece of bread, layer 6 slices of mozzarella cheese. Spread the cooked meat mixture evenly on top.
- Drizzle sausage with ½ cup of pizza sauce. Arrange the remaining sliced mozzarella cheese on top. Cover with the top piece of bread.
- Mix melted butter, with ¼ teaspoon dry Italian seasoning and ¼ teaspoon of garlic salt. Brush the top and sides of the bread. Sprinkle with 1 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese. Cover loosely with foil.
- Bake covered for 15 minutes then uncover and bake for an additional 10-15 minutes until the top is golden.
- Cut or pull apart and serve with additional pizza sauce for dipping, if desired.
This was a huge hit in my house! A new favorite for game day!
Made these when my sons came over last weekend to watch the playoffs. We all loved these pizza rolls!
My family loves Sister Schubert's frozen dinner rolls. This recipe looks very yummy. I am going to get the stuff to try. Thank you for the inspiration!
Hi there...this looks so yummy!!! I have been looking for recipes to make and freeze for my son after he left for college.....(so he can just reheat and eat) Do you think this would freeze well?? or no?? Has anyone ever tried that?
Hi Kristine, you're a great Mom! I haven't tested freezing these Pizza rolls however, my guess is it would work. Also, things like soups, stews, casseroles, chili, spaghetti sauce and pasta also freeze well. You can even freeze breakfast burritos for breakfast on the go. I hope he has a great year.
Kristine, please let us know if you decide to freeze them, and how they turn out. I love to meal prep and was hoping that these would do well frozen and rethawed.
Ashley @ Wishes & Dishes
These look so easy and delicious!!
Thanks so much Ashley!
Very Nice site
Thank you.. I am looking forward to making this. My daughter is hosting a sleepover and I thought this would be a fun dish.
Perfect for that, enjoy!
any suggestions any using any other style rolls
If you prefer, you could use slider buns or another type of roll,
Made this last night, added fresh mushrooms when I was preparing the meat, I think you could easily add your favorite pizza ingredients as long as you can pile it all onto the cheese layer. I have pinned this, we did love it, the rolls did have sweetness that I could do without, I had never purchased them before so I was surprised that they were slightly sweet Parker House style rolls, they were more like Hawaiian style rolls to me.
Funny I have never thought of these rolls as sweet. I suppose we do truly experience food individually.
HOW MUCH GARLIC SALT?? IS IT 1/4-TSP. OR 1/4-TBSP... ?? THANK YOU!... MARYJO
I was wondering if I could use peperoni instead of ground beef? Thank You
You can adjust the toppings to your taste.
I have a dumb question, do you use a regular pizza pan or do you use a pan that you would use for a deep dish pizza? This looks sooo good! Thank You!
I used a regular sheet pan covered with parchment.
I made these and they turned out perfect! They were gone within 20 mins! Must make again!
Oh wonderful I'm so happy you loved these my family does as well. Thanks for taking time to let me know.
I just wanted to say that I couldn't wait top make these. I went to the store and bought everything I needed a couple days ago and I tried to make them tonight and I'm so disappointed. The rolls completely fell apart then I tried to cut them in half. I thought maybe I did it wrong but it did the same on the second package. How did you keep them together?
Hmmm, Gerrie sorry you had an issue with them. You may try cutting them in half while they're still partially frozen. You can still assemble the ones you have the cheese should act as a glue hiding them together. Just arrange on a serving platter in a circle after baking.
I seriously think that something is wrong with the rolls. Maybe they are old...it's like they are falling apart. I will say that we took the rest of the ingredients and mixed them with 2 rolls of biscuits that we cut in 1/4's ...not the same but it was still yummy!
Hi Gerrie, it could have been wow that's too bad. I suppose if they were dry they could fall apart. So happy to hear you were able to salvage your efforts, great job!
When you put the top back on do you have to line the separations up with the bottom or can you just cut through to brake apart?
I usually follow the separation on the top of the rolls to cut apart. As long as you didn't cut the bottom piece too thin, the cheese will hold it together if you don't get it lined up perfectly.
I live in Canada and don't have access to these rolls. We do have frozen dough balls we use at Xmas time for the Land of Nod Cinnamon Buns, do you think these would work? They do seem smaller but I guess you would use more? Sure looks good!
Hi Cathy, since I'm not familiar with that product it's difficult to answer. I would imagine any similar product would work, unfortunately I can't tell you for sure about that particular kind. Let me know if you try it just in case some of my other Canadian friends are needing a good substitution as well.
This sounds like a easy and delicious recipe! Pinning to try it soon!
Perfect for entertaining!
What a sweet note Lindy, thanks so much. I'm delighted you're finding some dishes to share with your family. These rolls are so good I hope you all enjoy them!
Melissa, I'm a fan and just had to let you know I love a lot of your recipes. I'm not big on commenting but had to on this one; my family is going to LOVE this, ALL of them. Lady you've got a winner here. Bless your heart for sharing it with us.
Another Sister From The South,