Stuffed Pizza Rolls

CATEGORIES: Italian, Pizza, Sara, Small Bites

We sometimes call this “Inside-Out” pizza too. They’re garlicky, cheesy little pizza dough balls filled with all of the yummy toppings you’d put on a pizza. To eat, just pop one off and dunk it in marinara sauce. Don’t you love finger food? And don’t you love dunking things? I suppose regular pizza is finger food as well, but for some reason this is way more fun. Must be the dunking factor. You can pick your own fillings. We love Canadian bacon and pineapple, or Italian turkey sausage and chopped peppers. Pepperoni and cheese is always a hit and you could easily make these vegetarian as well. This makes great party food or a fun appetizer, but in our house we often pair it with a salad and call it dinner. It works especially great for little fingers so my boys love ’em!

Stuffed pizza rolls from Our Best Bites

You’ll need a roll of refrigerator pizza dough (or make your own…or buy some from your favorite pizza shop or Sam’s Club/Costco), pizza sauce (our favorite recipe!), some grated parmesan cheese, olive oil or melted butter, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, 8 ounces mozzarella cheese, cut into cubes, and your favorite pizza toppings of choice (we’re using mini pepperoni).

pizza roll ingredients


Preheat oven to heat specified on pizza dough package. Usually it’s 400 F. If you make your own dough, bake it at 400.

Unroll your pizza dough onto a lightly floured surface. Pat or roll the dough so it’s about 12″ by 8″. Use a pizza cutter to slice the dough into 24 squares.

pizza dough cut into squares

Place cheese and desired toppings on each square.

pizza toppings on dough pieces

(Note that you’re not putting the marinara sauce on the dough; it’s for dipping after) It’s easy to overfill these–you want to make sure you can close them, so about a heaping tablespoon of toppings should be plenty.

When all of your dough squares have cheese and toppings on them, carefully lift up each square and wrap the dough around the toppings.

folding stuffed pizza rolls

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Pinch to make sure each ball is sealed shut and then place them seam side down in a lightly sprayed pie pan (or similar sized dish).

pizza rolls in pan

Brush the tops of the dough balls with olive oil or melted butter (I’ve used both and there’s not much difference in result) and then sprinkle with the garlic and Italian seasoning and top with Parmesan cheese.sprinkling pizza rolls with parmesan (In lieu of the Parmesan, garlic, and Italian seasoning you could substitute this garlic bread seasoning.)

Bake in the preheated oven for about 15-20 minutes or until golden brown on top. Keep an eye on them! Doughs vary, so I’d check them after even 10 minutes.

pulling pizza roll from pan
Serve warm with warmed marinara sauce on the side for dipping.

dunking pizza roll in marinara
The outsides are like garlic bread and the insides are full of oozing cheese. This might just be a perfect food.

pulling apart pizza roll

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Got a flavor combo in mind? Share it! And try out this variation of Chicken and Bacon Stuffed Ranch Rolls.

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Stuffed Pizza Rolls

  • Author: Sara Wells
  • Yield: 6-8 1x




  • 1 pizza crust (refrigerated, or recipe linked above)
  • 8 ounces mozzarella cheese, cut into cubes
  • Desired pizza toppings (mini pepperoni always work great)(
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil or melted butter
  • 1 tablespoon grated parmesan cheese
  • 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
  • Pizza sauce (recipe linked above)


Preheat oven to heat specified on pizza dough package. Usually it’s 400 F. If you make your own dough, bake it at 400.

Unroll your pizza dough onto a lightly floured surface. Pat or roll the dough so it’s about 12″ by 8″. Use a pizza cutter to slice the dough into 24 squares.

Place cheese and desired toppings on each square.

(Note that you’re not putting the marinara sauce on the dough; it’s for dipping after) It’s easy to overfill these–you want to make sure you can close them, so about a heaping tablespoon of toppings should be plenty.

When all of your dough squares have cheese and toppings on them, carefully lift up each square and wrap the dough around the toppings.

Pinch to make sure each ball is sealed shut and then place them seam side down in a lightly sprayed pie pan (or similar sized dish).

Brush the tops of the dough balls with olive oil or melted butter (I’ve used both and there’s not much difference in result) and then sprinkle with the garlic and Italian seasoning and top with Parmesan cheese.

(In lieu of the Parmesan, garlic, and Italian seasoning you could substitute this garlic bread seasoning.)

Bake in the preheated oven for about 15-20 minutes or until golden brown on top. Keep an eye on them! Doughs vary, so I’d check them after even 10 minutes. Serve warm with warmed marinara sauce on the side for dipping.





  1. Yum! These could very likely be something I will make for some apps at my grad party! I'm thinking a pineapple/ham combo and some chicken sausage,onion,pepper kind too! Thanks for sharing =)

  2. Ok, you know I'm not much of a pizza person, but these look awesome! What I really like is that the sauce isn't on the inside, so you could have a couple of different options for those of us that don't just love marinara sauce all the time 🙂

  3. I happen to have one of these crust's in the fridge that was on sale. We've been making this yummy Greek pizza with them (feta, greek olives, and pepperonchini, oregano, and mushrooms). But these look so yummy!

  4. Funny you should post a recipe that I would so love to make tonight, but too bad I choose to make a different one from you guys. Everyone I've passed your blog onto has nothing but great things to say. My husband hasn't said one negative thing about any recipe. You guys rock!!!

    Maybe tomorrow night, but what a great FHE dinner!

  5. I wanted to make pizza for dinner tonight but didn't have any pizza sauce. I checked your blog and got an even yummier idea for pizza AND a recipe for pizza sauce!

  6. I just finished eating these and they are awesome! Made them with pepperoni and red pepper and it worked great. I left the pepperoni whole but next time I think I will chop them. Thanks for posting this!

  7. I couldn't wait another day and went ahead and made them last night. It was a fun, quick, easy, and tasty dinner. I was even able to make some Diego'friendly pizza rolls. (Always a great thing!) Thanks!

  8. My son is allergic to cheese so isn't a big fan of pizza night. Pizza w/ no cheese is no fun but these might be a fun alternative w/o cheese. I could put his fav's in there and he could dip in marinara. I'll try it and see how it goes.

  9. Note to other cooks- preshreaded cheese makes it difficult to wrap neatly into a ball. Still DELICIOUS but not as pretty as the pictures Sara posted 🙂
    Next time I will cube the cheese to make nicer looking pizza balls.

  10. I used shredded cheese and it worked great. I'm baking them right now and seriously my kitchen smells amazing and I can't wait to eat them up. Thanks for another yummy recipe!

  11. Just had these tonight and they were great. Even my daughter ate a few, and she hasn't been in to my homemade pizza recently. I made a few different insides, so even more fun when you bit into each one as you had no idea what you were getting.

  12. These are the best ever. I saw this recipe and immediatly went to the store to get the ingredients. They turned out FANTASTIC. Everything cooked perfectly and the looked awesome! I will make these a million times more.

  13. I made these for dinner last night and we all LOVED them. This is definitely being added to our monthly meals. So good. So easy. And so many possibilities… Yum!

  14. Another easy idea-use Rhodes rolls or biscuit rolls and just flatten them and then fill. I use whole wheat ones to make a little healthier. Try stuffing with shredded chicken, mozzerella, diced artichokes,and sundried tomatoes. Dip in pesto! SO GOOD!

  15. These were amazing! I am a beginning cook (these were the first things I have ever made besides mac n' cheese) and these were so easy & delish! My boyfriend wanted seconds so I went out and bought more pizza dough and filled it with the leftover toppings 🙂

  16. YUMMY! I made these for our family a few nights ago and they were a hit with the entire family (does't happen every often with a picky husband,and a 3 & 2 year old) I love following your blog, I'm so glad you take the time out to share your yummy recipes with us mother's that like to mix things up a bit. Needless to say they are on our menu for this next week as well! Thanks! 🙂

  17. These make such a fun dinner. Thanks! I have to agree about the cubed cheese. I used shredded and thought it wasn't cheesy enough and it was messy pinching the balls together. I will be using cubes next time. Also, the middles turned out doughy. The tops were golden brown, so I didn't want to bake it longer. Next time I will roll the dough out thinner.

  18. We made these tonight – using your pizza dough and breadstick recipe (which I have made no less than 5 times this week). I rolled the dough and cut it, and let my girls put the toppings on and roll them up. They were so fun and delicious. We will be making these on a regular basis for sure.

  19. I made these, tonight, and they were delish! My 3 and 4yr old gobbled them up. One mistake, though… I had them all balled up and in the pan looking pretty and ready to bake when I realized I forgot the cheese! I had to unroll and cheese them, re-roll and re-pan them. Even so, they were wonderful and I have lots of ideas for fillings that I'm going to try, now. I put the link for this blog on my facebook account. My new favorite recipe site! Nice pictures, fun blog, delicious food. Thank you thank you!

  20. I'm not sure how I came across this site but I'm glad I did! I made the creamy corn chowder on Sunday (BIG hit) and this recipe today. It made my house smell delicious. I didn't have any mozzarella so I had to use pepperjack and sharp cheddar. Yum-my! My husband has already put in a request for these at EVERY football party. Thanks!

  21. Holy Cow! My mouth is totally watering! I'm going to try these this week!!! Yum! I just found your site today. I have spent the last hour searching through some seriously awesome recipes! Soooo glad you have a blog. I will return often!!

  22. Hmmm…Pizza Night Friday just got a new groove! Asking the hubby if he'd like to try these tonight, FOR SURE!!!

    Thanks a bunch!

  23. Brock and Melissa- (I'm assuming Melissa 🙂 Yes, they should freeze fine. Make the rolls in a disposable pie tin and cover well with plastic wrap. You can probably bake them from frozen at the same temp, or let them thaw in the fridge overnight first. I need to try this out to make sure, so I'm just guessing! I will put it on my menu for next week so I can test it for ya.

  24. Okay, so my post is late but the memories of how absolutely delicious our house smelled after I made these for a Saturday afternoon lunch for my husband and I, ring as fresh in my mind as dew on a blade of grass!!!

    Oooohhhhh Sooooooooo Yummy are these tiny little bites of gooey goodness!

    We will definitely make these again!

  25. I finally made these & it was a huge hit! I lost track of how many my son ate, everytime I turned around he was asking for more! I bought the ingredients to make these again this week! Hooray!

  26. We fixed these tonight and the smell coming from the kitchen made me think I was in an italian restaurant!

    I have a 15 yr old daughter and 2-1/2 yr old (yup!!) and my husband and kids loved them.

    My 2-1/2 yr old ate 4 pizza rolls. He told me "Momma, Momma, Yum Yum!!"

    Thank you for a unique twist on pizza and fun for the family to make them!

    My daughter is taking them to her youth group christmas party next friday night and we are going to make them for our church new years eve party. I'm sure they will be a hit.
    My daughter had the idea of putting them in pie pan and placing something in the middle to make it like a "shallow bundt pan" and then when they come out, all she has to do it put a ramikin of marinara in the middle and its a "ring of pizza rolls" around it. Gotta love teens!!!

    Thanks again! These were 5 stars out of 5!!!

    I can't wait to try freezing them and baking after.

  27. Blog Cafe- I've done that before! I just baked it in the oven with the ramekin itself in there so when they come out all you have to do is fill it up with marinara, it works great! You end up with a few less rolls though, so that's the only draw back.

    So glad your family liked them!

  28. Made these last night and they were a huge hit!! I made them with turkey pepperoni and a shredded pizza cheese blend and some with ham and the cheese blend. Thanks for the great idea! I also made the pizza sauce to go with them and it was amazing! I will never buy pizza sauce at the store again!! It was so super easy but so delicious!!

  29. I made this (with your pizza dough recipe) for my whole family and another time for my friends. They all loved it. And my husband ate the leftovers for breakfast the next morning:)

  30. I'm a newcomer to this blog but I've tried several of your recipies and this one is one of our favorites. The other night we did a totally amazing version of this, we wanted to do a desert version so we got bananas and strawberries.

    We cooked them a bit with some butter and rum (light the rum on fire in the pan) and then some brown sugar. Then we put them together just like the Pizza rolls and cooked them with butter brushed on top and cinnamon. After we cooked them we dipped them in fruit dip and nutella. One word- Delicious!

  31. How do you think this would work frozen? So if I did all the prep and then froze them… You think If I defrosted fully and then cooked them they'd still be good?


  32. We had these tonight with pepperoni, ham, cheese, green pepper and mushroom and they were excellent!!!! Everyone enjoyed them. We made the chicken pot pie the other night and loved it. The breadstick recipe is awesome! This is one of the best recipe blogs that I have come across. We have loved everything that we have made and have plans on trying several different things from here in the next few weeks. I want to try to make a version of these with buffalo chicken in them since I have craved it this entire pregnancy. Maybe buffalo chicken with mozzarella (don't like blue cheese)and ranch. Mmmm. I may try that!

  33. Awesome blog! I'm a new fan. I tried these and they were great. I had to substitute with soycheese due to a milk allergy with my kiddo but they were awesome. Have you ever tried these as a dessert? Fruit in the middle, brush with butter, sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar and dip them in glaze? I haven't tried it yet, but it's my next attempt.

  34. These were fantastic, thank you so much for sharing all the wonderful recipes you do with all of us! Dinner would just not be the same at our house without them!

  35. I made these today and they were awesome! I just added Mozarella Cheese and pepperoni with some pizza sauce for dipping. Can't wait to make these with peppers and onions for my boyfriend, he'll love it.

  36. I must finally comment on your blog. I have now made at least 8 or so recipes from your blog and have loved them all. I tell everyone about it. Since 'meeting' you I have purchased Kosher salt for the first time and have been having a hay day with limes. Thank you for sharing so many wonderful recipes!! (Can't wait to try so many more!)

  37. I made these tonight. My first batch were a little dough-y, so I cooked the second batch longer and they were just right. My family really enjoyed the meal!

    I made your homemade marinara as a dipping sauce. It was really tasty, but too spicy for the kids. Next time I will leave out the red pepper flakes. Thanks again!

  38. Anyone ever make them ahead of time? How long would they last before baking? I'm in a dinner trade group and would ove to share these.

  39. These are sooooooooo yummy! Thank you for this great recipe! My husband and I loved it!! 🙂 We put tomato and pineapple in ours. Also, there was so much extra toppings we had enough to use 2 batches of dough.

  40. working on these right now, and I can hardly wait. 😀 one verrrry minor suggestion tho — how bout the name 'Calzone Bites' for these? 😉

  41. I did a variation on this to make inside out DESSERT pizza. I used peanut butter cups, chocolate chips, marshmallows, etc. Instead of flour, i used powdered sugar. I let my kids do the work and they loved it. I drizzled chocolate syrup on it for presentation and for dipping sauces, I used chocolate syrup and melted peanut butter. My kids are still praising me. 🙂

  42. I made these and the chicken bacon ranch rolls for dinner last month and my wife loved them. They are easy to make and I came up with a few ideas for different fillings like steak and Swiss as well as a three meat combo. The only thing I recommend is make your own pizza dough as it adds to the end product big time! Also adding as much cheese as you can is great as well.

  43. This was very easy to make. My husband and son loved it. Pizza sauce was also a hit, will never buy pizza sauce again. Thanks for sharing. Love your website!!

  44. We are excited! Just put ours in the oven for the Super Bowl. First time trying them but they look great so far! Used homemade cornmeal crust. Made garbage (pepperoni, sausage, cheese, sauce, olives, mushroom, and onion) and Hawaiian (ham, cheese, crushed pineapple and onion). Brushed the garbage ones with olive oil with parmesan and asiago cheeses. Brushed the Hawaiian with butter and same cheeses. (kinda smothered them with the cheese…) Thank you so much for posting and we can't wait to try!!!

  45. I made these the other night for my fiance and I, but used the filling I usually use for a buffalo chicken stromboli. It was shredded chicken coated in buffalo sauce (Frank’s and butter), then I mixed in some pizza sauce, more hot sauce, and mozzarella and cheddar cheese. Mixing it all together made it easy to just drop a spoonful in the middle of each square, and I topped them with an egg wash and sesame seeds… they were adorable and delicious! What a great idea! We can’t wait to try different fillings, and I’ll try freezing some next time!

  46. Made these for lunch today they were amazing. I didn’t have pizza dough so I used some Rhodes frozen rolls that I had. just unthawed them, rolled them out a little and filled them up. I have 4 kids and they all had fun filling them. They were delicious!!! We used to make homemade pizza, this is so much easier, better and tasier

  47. Made these tonight with my own pizza crust recipe. Overall, they were excellent! I spaced out and added the pizza sauce into the individual pieces, but it didn’t seem to matter much. We still used the dipping sauce, and really enjoyed it! I also put turkey pepperoni, green peppers, onions, and moz cheese in ours. I’d like to try again with other variations…

  48. I made these tonight and they were delicious! I LOVED your marinara sauce recipe too!
    Can you suggest a good way to store and reheat the leftovers?

  49. I made these tonight and they were a huge hit with my whole family. I did the Bacon-Chicken ranch one that you also have on here and also did hamburger and papperoni. My boys loved them and so did my daughter and her friend. And my husband said that these were very, very, very god. Definatly going to be making these again.

  50. I just found your website today and spent hours sifting through these great recipes! I saw this one and knew I had to try it. Turned out delicious! I used pepperoni and mozzarella. Thanks for the great recipe 🙂

  51. Make a double batch! My family of four loved these. The garlic bread mix was the extra touch that made it so good. Thank you.

  52. I made these for the first time this weekend for a little get together. Big hit! They will most definitely be making another appearance in my kitchen.

  53. Oh man I cannot wait to make these! Last night my hubs requested something with cheese and garlic for a late after-work snack! Wish I had seen this then lol. I’m totally making these STAT

  54. I’ve been looking for something fairly easy yet fun and tasty to make for an upcoming potluck at my daughter’s daycare, and I think this is it! My daughter LOVES finger foods and dipping anything in anything, so I think this will be a hit with the kids as well as the adults.

  55. These look great! I have a question – could I prepare them and then keep them in the fridge for a day before baking them?

    1. You can, but sometimes the dough does funny things if it sits too long. I tried it once and they baked up a little flat.

  56. I tried these this past weekend, using the canned Pillsbury pizza dough. Let’s just say that the dough was horrible to try to work with – it did not want to stretch at all, all it did was stick to itself…it was awful.

    I will try this again when I have a bit more time, and try fresh dough made from scratch….

  57. I made these pizza rolls tonight with the standard pepperoni and cheese topping and they were FANTASTIC! All 3 of my kids (4,5,& 7) who are PICKY eaters gobbled them up and asked for more! I diced my cheese and pepperoni and served them with your super easy pizza sauce for dipping. THANKS!!!!

  58. Made these tonight for dinner and they were a hit! I’m not so good with rolling out dough, yes, even though I used store bought and it is roughly already in the shape, but I made them work. Will use a bit more cheese inside next time. Will definitely be making these again. Thanks for the idea!

  59. We tried these for the first time last night and struggled with the dough. We bought a tube of pizza dough from the store and had a hard time getting the dough to stay stretched out so we could cut into 24 squares. We were only able to get 11 squares. What did we do wrong? Can you email me at because they were so good but would like to be able to get more out of a roll of dough. Thanks!

  60. These are So good! I’ve made them twice and can’t stop eating them. They are easy to make and my 4 yr old daughter loves to help.

  61. Thank you! I made these to feed 20 high school seniors in an AP Calculus study group and they were a huge hit. I made about 100 and they were requesting more! I will definitely make these a family staple 🙂

  62. These look yummy! Can’t wait to try them. Can you make them with just cheese in the inside and if yes how much would you use? Thanks for the recipe!

  63. I have to say thank you. I made several of your recipes this past New Year’s Eve (pizza pulls, lil’smokies, and the meatballs) and they were all a hit! The little kids especially liked the lil’ smokies. And those are so easy, I will definitely be making these again. Thank you so much for posting–New Year’s Eve wouldn’t have been the same without these recipes.

  64. I made these tonight with mini pepperonis and diced ham.. they were soooo yummy! My husband said they taste just like dominos 🙂

  65. Wow, these were AMAZING!!!! Made it using your recipe for pizza dough, dipping sauce and garlic seasoning and boy oh boy was it lovely! I love your blog ladies, it’s my first choice anytime I’m feeling in the mood for baking!

  66. Made these for superbowl and they were not a hit. Not sure why, they seemed like they should of been delish but were kinda bland. I may have over stretched the dough. The other dishes I made from this site were much more tasty.

  67. I made these for Valentine’s Day last night (in a red, heart-shaped baking dish) and they were so tasty! LOVED THEM. Even with whole wheat flour! Thank you, thank you.

  68. These are amazing! I am a person who loves flavor, and didn’t find them bland at all! We’re eating them for the second time tonight, with capacollo and pineapple. YUMMY,

  69. So we made a pepperoni & mozzarella version of these last night and my entire family (hubby, 3yo and 1-1/2yo) LOVED them. So much so that hubby & I started brainstorming ideas of other combos to try… I am due in about a week with our 3rd child so I’m in make-as-much-food-as-I-can-and-freeze-it mode lol.

    Current ideas to try we came up with:
    – cheese combo (sharp cheddar, mozzarella, parmesan, etc?)
    – “pot pie”–a few veggies and shredded chicken, with gravy for dipping
    – kofte (this is a turkish recipe–you can google it for the seasonings, but basically it’s spiced meatballs with a yummy tomato sauce)
    – greek–feta, olives, oregano; maybe a seasoned olive oil dipping sauce?
    – taco/fajita–some ground beef with taco seasoning (or taco chicken), cheese, and maybe a couple other “taco” ingredients… salsa, sour cream, or guacamole to dip
    – shepherd’s pie–small dollop of mashed potatoes, veggies and ground beef (thinking these could get messy, but on the other hand could be very tasty!)
    – apple pie–finely chopped apples mixed with cinnamon sugar & butter–hubby’s eyes got as big as saucers when I recommended this!
    – banana & nutella or peanut butter.

    If anyone has tried any of these combos and had success or failure, or has any recommendations, please let me know! Looking forward to trying a lot of them (if not all) this week, and planning to use Our Best Bites pizza dough recipe 🙂 cheers!

  70. Yes. Yum. SO GOOD. I made these last night as the appetizer for a friendly Iron Chef competition and since the secret ingredient was cream, we made an alfredo sauce to dip them in. HUGE HIT. WE WON. Thanks, I’m always making these babies!

  71. These are delicious!!! I shortened my prep time by cutting the dough in half length wise and laying 2 rows of pepperoni and chunks of cheese on each strip. Then I folded it as a whole strip and sealed the edges, rubbed it with olive oil and sprinkled the top with parmesean. Then I cut each strip into pieces and baked. My husband and kids totally LOVED them!!!!

  72. I tried this recipe the other night and made some hot wings and a salad! The kids LOVED it! They even enjoyed helping with the cooking! Thanks for the recipe!

  73. Thinking these would be great for my daughters birthday party, are these something you could make a day ahead of time? I don’t see any reason why not but thought i would ask first. Sorry if thus has already been asked. 🙂

  74. I made these for a party this week and everyone loved them! I used a whole wheat dough recipe and made one batch with pineapple and one batch with turkey pepperoni. The general consensus was that the pineapple ones were a little bit better because the pineapple added a little moisture but both will be made again!

  75. We made these for football game nibbles and they were awesome. I used mini pepperoni slices and cubes of mozzarella, but will try some other fillings next time. So gooey, cheesy, melty good!

  76. I had much difficulty trying to close the dough balls. They kept opening and I just put them in the oven and everything was oozing out. Any suggestions?

  77. I love these so much. Making them again tonight – pepperoni/provolone/green bell pepper for me, sundried tomato/mozzarella/green bell pepper for the husband! Good pizza dough recipe as well. I haven’t yet made them as breadsticks, but maybe someday! 🙂

  78. First of all I LOVE this recipe! My kids eat a TON of them! Secondly, and the reason I’m commenting is that it seems both of the links to making your own pizza dough and making your own pizza sauce (and even making your own garlic seasoning) are broken. I can find them all by searching, but I thought you’d like to know so you can fix them for others who are new to this recipe. Thanks for sharing such a delicious and delightful dinner idea!

  79. Made these with the help of my 3yo and 18mo. Sausage and green peppers are our topping of choice. The kids had fun helping and the meal was a hit., Even if the kids ate more of the filling than they put in.

  80. Since these are a little bit fussier than just making a pizza, I wouldn’t do this unless I could make enough for several meals. Would you flash freeze the unbaked balls or bake, freeze and reheat? Have you compared the outcome? Thanks!

  81. We are making these tonight! Question: if we use your breadstick recipe (which I have made a thousand times), what step do we go through? After rising and making them into square, do we let them rise another 30 minutes like we would do after shaping them into breadsticks?

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