Sorry to again post twice in one day (where is it written you can't do that??) but I just went through some of the posts on Google reader when I saw Beth at Thinking of Teaching's post about her linky party, Mom Mondays. I think it's an awesome idea because all teaching mommies need some inspiration after a long day, and to me, nothing brings about good inspiration like a good, easy, yummy dinner. So, if you are a Mommy and have some good recipes that your kiddos like, link up!
This recipe was given to me by a friend of mine and I've modified it a little, and so can you.
Pillsbury Pizza Dough Stromboli
1 can of Pillsbury pizza dough (found with the crescent rolls and cinnamon rolls)
1 jar of marinara sauce (I like Emeril's.....BAM!)
any spices, cheeses, pepperoni, or meat, or veggies that you or your kiddos like
I follow the directions on the pizza dough package for cooking, but add 3-5 minutes more to the cooking time to make sure the insides of the stromboli are hot.
Divide your dough into as many servings as you need. I make two large adult ones and one 2 year old sized portion, but I never finish mine :)
Spread out your dough evenly. Spoon marinara sauce and spread toppings evenly. Fold dough over and press open edges together. A fork works nicely to keep edges together. Sprinkle spices or butter on top to make a nice, crisp top.
Bake as directed on the package.
This is quick and easy to make with no fuss from those who eat it!
I hope you'll enjoy it!
Serve with salad.