Date: February 5, 2013


Modifications: I wouldn’t call this a recipe, more of an idea, just like regular pizza. I liked this more than homemade pizza for some reason. I didn’t have ricotta, or fresh basil. I used onions, green peppers, pepperoni, mozzarella, parmesan, pizza sauce and whole wheat dough from Trader Joe’s (now that I found this I really am not sure I’ll make my own very often anymore. It was like $1.50 and while I enjoy homemade pizza I also enjoy things that are easy and YES, homemade dough is easy but this is easier. It just is.) I loved the flavor of the sauce – it was the stuff right next to the dough in the refrigerated section. I added some italian seasoning but that was it.

Time to table: 15 minutes prep, 45 minutes to bake

Servings: 4 adults

Ben: Like

Erin: Love

Annie: Like

Luke: Love (unreliable rater, he loves most anything right now)

Notes: This was very good, clearly I put a bit too much in it because it kind of exploded all over in parts but oh well, it was still delicious. I baked it for 45 minutes and it was almost burnt on the bottom but I like it that way. I’ll be making this again for sure.




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2 Responses to Stromboli

  1. Diz says:


    I think my oven blows because I baked it for 45 minutes and some of the rolled up dough was still a bit doughy. Yours looks nice and crisp. Is the whole wheat delicious? I always get white, but this looks so good.

    Cannot believe we both posted this on the same day, especially since I update mine like once/month. Love it!!!

  2. Jen says:

    TJ pizza dough is the BEST. I mean, yes, I am lazy in the kitchen (shocking, I know) so would probably use it even if it was kind of meh, but it’s not – it’s delicious! 🙂 I use the white dough to make BBQ chicken pizza, and use TJ’s BBQ sauce as the sauce. Also tasty.

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