A super easy after school snack, these Pepperoni Pizza Roll Ups are delicious as is, or kick them up a notch with whatever your heart is craving! 

Easy Pepperoni Pizza Roll Ups 1
These little bites of pizza are the perfect after school snack, great for game day or just fun to have anytime.

And the best part is, if you want to change up the ingredients – it’s super easy. My kids beg for these all the time.

I keep pepperoni in the house almost all the time so they can make them whenever they want.

Easy Pepperoni Pizza Roll Ups
Easy Pepperoni Pizza Roll Ups

Let’s make some Pepperoni Pizza Roll Ups

Pepperoni Pizza Roll Ups

Nicole Cook
A super easy after school snack, these Pizza Roll Ups are delicious as is, or kick them up a notch with whatever your heart is craving! 
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Course Appetizers, Snacks and Small Bite Recipes
Cuisine American
Servings 6 -8 Pizza Roll Ups


  • crescent rolls 1 can or make your own
  • 6- 8 string cheese sticks
  • 1 pkg of pepperoni you will not use the whole thing
  • spaghetti sauce or pizza sauce


  • Preheat your oven to 375 and spray your baking sheet with cooking spray.
  • Separate your crescent roll triangles. Depending on can size, you should wind up with between 6-8.
  • Place pepperoni slices on each triangle. We used 5-6 pieces of pepperoni per crescent triangle.
  • Place a cheese stick across the top of the triangle and begin rolling widest side to narrowest side.
  • Place the roll ups on your prepared baking sheet, don’t allow them to touch.
  • Bake for 10-14 minutes, or until golden brown.
  • Serve immediately. Offer up some spaghetti sauce or pizza sauce for dipping them in. (they are also really amazing with Ranch dressing – just saying)
  • Note: If you want these to be more like real pizza from the start, spread sauce on the triangles before you put the pepperoni on. (they will be messy!)
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  1. @Eric, what is this? He who has showed his face – I miss you like crazy and yes they are pretty awesome and yes they will totally ruin your diet. Love you Smash!

    @WOD – It’s so simple which is what I love about it – everyone loves it!

    @Isabel – Yes, yes they will. Too bad we aren’t closer – I could have them help make them and we could all enjoy them!

    @Jen – I’m with you on the easy part and allowing someone else to make them instead. Glass of wine you say? I’m so there.

  2. That looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe. I woul dlove to try that. My kids love pizza so I’m pretty sure they will like to make this with me.

  3. Seems about the only time I really read is on vacation. When I’m home I use what time others read to knit or crochet or update blogs, or read blogs, or comment on blogs, etc.
    Sounds like a good book. Got one here a friend sent me about homelessness. I do plan to find some time to read it

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