Easy Calzone Rolls
Here's a kid-pleasing favorite that's not too hard on the budget. Even with less meat than a traditional calzone, there's still plenty of flavor and all for about $1.10 per serving (2 slices).
- Roll each loaf of dough into a rectangle about 8 inches by 12 inches.
- Layer ham and salami down the center of each rolled loaf lengthwise.
- Top meats with 1 cup shredded mozzarella for each roll.
- Fold short ends of each loaf in about 1/2 inch and seal. Roll from the long sides and pinch well to seal the entire loaf. You should have 2 long rolls.
- Bake, seam side down on a greased baking sheet in a 375 degree F oven for 20 minutes or until golden brown.
- Cut each roll into 8 slices and serve with marinara for dipping.
What is the Family Approved program?
In Their Opinion:
- Good for Grownups
- Kid Friendly
- Perfect for Parties
- Kids Can Help
Ethan liked the chewiness of the bread and thought it was perfectly done. Since this guy is a huge fan of pizza, I thought he'd enjoy it, and I was right! 4 stars from him, too!
Kate said, "I love how meaty it is!" She also liked that the cheese was mild enough to not overpower the rest of the dish. Of course, she avoided the marinara sauce since she doesn't like any kind of tomato sauce, which is why she doesn't normally like pizza. I'm so excited to have found a pizza substitute that she really likes. 4 stars from her.
Super easy recipe that was sooo easy to fix with the kiddos and tasted great! The only thing making this recipe not 100% perfect is that you have to remember to defrost the bread well in advance -- which I'm not usually good at remembering... :)