The Best Pepperoni Bread Ever

Pepperoni bread – refrigerated pizza dough, pepperoni and provolone cheese rolled up to make one heck of an appetizer. Remember the marinara for dunking! Pair it with a salad, and some buttered pasta and you’ve got a great and easy weeknight dinner. I’ll make it when we go to parties because it’s a great finger food. I’ll also serve it with a salad and some buttered pasta for dinner. Either way, the family and everyone who’s eaten some loves it.

This Homemade Pizza Bread recipe has quickly become a go-to appetizer recipe for me. It’s versatility and great pizza flavor makes it a party favorite!

Although the fear has pretty much subsided, I still have no idea how to tell if some of the breads are baked the whole way through. I just follow the recipe and thankfully, they haven’t let me down yet. Today we are making this crazy delicious pizza bread recipe!

This recipe is simple enough that anyone can make it with a few store bought ingredients. If you are up to the challenge, feel free to start out with homemade pizza dough that we use. If you want to take it easy, just grab some from the bakery section of your local grocery store. I have no shame grabbing some pre-made pizza dough when I am exhausted from a long week at the office.

Ingredients:

1 Can pizza crust (or homemade)

6 oz of sliced Pepperoni

8 – 12 oz of 6 Cheese Italian Blend (or Mozzarella)

1/2 – 3/4 cup Parmesan cheese

Italian Dressing

Italian Seasoning

Garlic Powder

Egg White

Tomato or Pizza Sauce (optional)

How to make it:

Roll out the dough into a large rectangle and brush it with Italian dressing.

Top with as many pepperoni as you can fit on the dough.

Sprinkle with cheeses and Italian seasoning and roll up tightly, starting with longest side of dough.

Fold sides under, and place on pan, dough seam side down.

Brush with an egg white and sprinkle with garlic powder.

Bake at 425 degrees for 20 minutes.

Let sit for 5 to 10 minutes, then slice and serve. By then it’ll be time to git ‘er down!

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