11 Genius Ways to Use Store-Bought Pizza Dough
No need to fight the crowd at that stand in the mall. Soft, doughy pretzels are attainable in the comfort of your own home. Once you have the rolling-and-twisting technique down, these three-ingredient snacks will be ready to eat in under 30 minutes. Get the recipe HERE.
Making them from scratch is a labor of love, but using pizza dough yields perfectly fluffy rolls in a fraction of the time – and no one will ever be the wiser of your shortcut. Just roll out the dough and top with butter and cinnamon sugar. Then roll it up, slice, and bake. Get the recipe HERE.
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If it’s a dough, chances are, it waffles. Waffled pizza means crispy edges galore, and plenty of nooks for the sauce and cheese to get into. Get the recipe HERE.
Who even needs pizza when these garlicky, buttery, cheesy rolls are so easy to make? The hardest part is tying the knot (which, really, isn't that hard.) Get the recipe HERE.
Perfect for a party appetizer or alongside a big bowl of pasta, you can flavor these with whatever herbs and spices you like. Get the recipe HERE.
Like the microwavable ones you grew up with, but so much better. These ones happen to be pizza-flavored, but you can go with any combo you like: Buffalo blue cheese! Jalapeño cheddar! Is it game day yet? Get the recipe HERE.
A fancy, guest-worthy brunch without the fuss? Sign us up. Rather than the traditional pie-like crust, this quiche has a crispier, doughier "pizza-like" quality – which is even better in our book. Get the recipe HERE.
The trick here is rolling out the dough really thin before you bake it. You can do that using a rolling pin and parchment paper, or, even easier, by passing it through a pasta roller a few times. Get the recipe HERE.