Copycat Totino's Pizza Rolls

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    Recreate the flavor and convenience of your favorite brand name pizza bites with just the right amount of sauce and cheese

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    gluten free on a shoe string has a won ton recipe. I wonder if it could be don gluten free using those?

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    Great recipe I can't wait to try it! Would you please let me know what size pizza sauce jar you use? We have a couple of different sizes on the shelves in the store, and sometimes I make my own sauce.

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    these sound so good I can't wait to try them.

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    Awesome! I've made similar using homemade dough but this sounds so easy I may have to make some right away. I have wonton wrappers on hand because I use then to make smoked turkey/butternut squash raviolis that are to die for. (Smoked turkey frozen leftover from thanksgiving, roasted butternut squash and cream cheese, a little salt to taste - fill wonton wrappers and cut with my pampered chef (can I say the brand name - I'm not a dealer, just really like this cutter) cut-n-seal for round shape, boil then saute in butter and sage- to die for). I'll use my own sauce for this as it is the cheapest (and yummiest, to me) way to go.

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    Awesome, I can't wait to try these! I usually make these with homemade dough which is time-consuming. I have wonton wrappers on hand because I use them to make smoked turkey/butternut squash ravioli: leftover smoked turkey from thanksgiving, roasted butternut squash, cream cheese and a little salt to taste. Put some on wrapper, moisten and place 2nd wrapper on top and cut-n-seal with my pampered chef cut-n-seal (can I say the brand name? Not a dealer, just like this cutter). Boil then saute in butter and sage - to die for. Anyway, I would use my own sauce for this as it is probably the cheapest way to go (this is a budget site after all) and I think the yummiest. My son will be so happy I found this recipe! BTW - wonton wrappers are often cheaper at an asian store than the regular grocery store, if you can even find them there.

 

 

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