Thursday, December 01, 2011

Pizza Rolls…To Be or Not To Be? (What The H?)

Today's guest post from Middle Daughter reveals she's the only person I know who actually pre-heats the oven.


Why is it that when I come home from work staring and when I try to make pizza rolls they always self destroy themselves and make my oven look like dawn of the dead?


I think that pizza rolls are one of the world’s greatest inventions, apart from mint chocolate chip ice cream and really soft socks.

Anywho, so after a very long day of work all I want to do is come home and make something to eat and relax a little while catching up on my television shows. But no, it does not work out that way because life does not work out that way.

So this is how it turns out….

I walk in the door and change into some comfy clothes

Then I walk into my kitchen and go into my freezer and take out the pizza rolls

I preheat the oven to what the package says

I spray a baking pan with non stick spray then gently lay the rolls onto it

When the oven is preheated I slide the pan containing the rolls into the oven

Everything seems to be going well until….


And Taylor does not get to consume her delicious pizza rolls because I left them in there just one second too long…

That is how it is though because if they are left in the oven just one minute too long they explode, but if you take them out too soon then they are too doughy and not even hot.


They are perfectly done but when you bite into one it is like a volcano inside and you freak out because you just bit into a fireball so then you drop the pizza roll in your lap and the inside continues to ooze out and burn whatever part of your body it is touching at that time.

So let me know what your thoughts are on Pizza Rolls….

Yay or Nay?


Dr. Grumpy Bulldog, PhD of Awesomeness said...

I like pizza rolls. I don't mind if some of the filling drips out if I leave them in too long. If I'm really lazy I'll put them in the microwave. They aren't as crispy then but they're edible.

Middle said...

I don't mind when a little bit of the filling falls out either but I do get peeved when ALL of the filling falls out and it is just a pile of mushy crust...

Andrew Leon said...

Well, I don't really eat that kind of food (the processed stuff you just heat up) anymore (I used to). The real trick is not the heating; it's the allowing for a cooling period. So I say go for it, just make sure you leave them 5 minutes (or so) to cool off after.

(I pre-heat the oven, too)

Middle said...

I would rather not eat that kind of junk-y food either but there comes a time when you are craving a tiny pocket filled pizza, well at least that what I go through...