Recipe by Cooking Light magazine
"A pizza cutter works well for dividing the refrigerated dough into 4 equal portions."
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1 (10 ounce) can
refrigerated pizza crust
fresh spinach leaves
Vidalia or other sweet onion
1 1/3 cups
sliced crimini mushrooms
crumbled blue cheese
I used frozen pizza dough and served each as an entree.
I agree commercially made dough would ruin this recipe. I used the pizza dough recipe from Joy of Cooking and also added a layer of marinara sauce. The taste of the blue cheese was good but the texture when melted (i.e. runny) was not ideal. I would probably use good old mozzarella next time.
Awesome! I made my own crust using quick and easy pizza crust (from this site). I love the combo of ingredients, nice & lite. I may add a spoonful of sauce, or maybe even white sauce (yum) next time but good without as well. Thanks CLM!
these were absolutely delicious,I used red onions and regular mushrooms and sprinkled parmesan on top YUMMY!! I can't wait to make them for my mom,shes gonna flip!
SO incredibly easy! These will be a staple around our house - we are planning to experiment with other cheeses and toppings. YAY! The kids ate Spinach!
I thought that this was a great recipe! Instead of folding the corners in, I folded it in half like a pizza pocket. Serve with marinara or a ceasar dressing for dipping! Yummy and a nice change from traditional pizza.
I thought that this recipes was amazing... but my family didn't! I am a self-professed healthh nut, and if you aren't into eating healthy, you probably won't like this recipe. The real kicker is the blue cheese- it's very distinct in taste! But I agree with the other reviewer that the measured amounts of spinach and blue cheese were way too much! I think i only used 1/2 cup of spinach and 1 tablsoon each of blue cheese. Also, the baking time was a little too long, at least for me. Mine got a little too brown... Hope you have better luck!
The good stuffing ingredients were ruined by the awful, bitter, chemical-shot Pillsbury pizza dough. Also the measured amounts were way off - a cup of spinach leaves in one calzone? No way! Same with the garlic, onions, mushrooms, blue cheese. Finally, this serves 2 - not 4, and as a main dish - serving 2 hungry people is pushing it.
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