Pizza Scrolls

Easy, peasy cheesy pizza scrolls that are easy to make and taste just like pizza – but all rolled up!

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One day, an hour before lunchtime, I was feeling particularly bored . My to-do list was rather long (as it usually is), but I was bored. Read: lazy. I didn’t want to do anything I had written down, so I was suffering the consequences. I just wanted to do something different and productive before returning to my monstrous to-do list. So I decided to flip through a well-loved kid’s cookbook we have. Cookbooks are my favourite type of books.

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And then I came across this recipe. Pizza Scrolls. We’ve made this recipe a numerous amount of times and it’s always a hit. I don’t think we’ve ever had leftovers from these scrolls. So I decided to cure my boredom by baking these pizza scrolls for lunch. And then once eaten, they gave me the energy and dedication to tackle everything I had written down on my to-do list.

These pizza scrolls are easy and cheesy. Ha! That rhymes. The scone dough is the perfect dough for this recipe, and you can even use half-wholemeal-half-white flour if you want to. The fillings are pretty versatile too – you can add in whatever you have on hand. Ham, bacon, chicken, mushrooms and pineapple would all work well. They’re a great hit with kids too, and make for an excellent lunchbox or picnic food.

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Pizza Scrolls

makes 12

2 cups self raising flour

1 tbsp castor sugar

30g butter

3/4 cup milk

1/4 cup tomato paste

2 tbsp italian herbs

1 medium green capsicum, diced

1/2 red capsicum, diced

1/2 white onion, diced

2 cups grated cheese (I used a mix of tasty and mozerella)

 

For the full directions on how to make these pizza scrolls, read the post on my blog here.

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3 Comments

  1. “For the full directions on how to make these pizza scrolls, read the post on my blog here.” This is very confusing aren’t I on the blog? this is on thegirlcreative.com/pizza-scrolls. Also, you mention you “flip through a well-loved kid’s cookbook” what is the cookbook? is this recipe from that cookbook? don’t you need to site the cookbook you took the recipe from?

    1. Hi Rachel – this blog is written mostly by me (Diana) but I do have contributors who write here as well. This post is from our food contributor, Grace, and she provides a link at the bottom of this post to the instructions on her blog. She may not have a link to the cookbook if it’s an older one – or one that may have been passed down in her family. I hope you will click through to her blog and give the recipe a try. It looks delicious!! XOXO – Diana

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