Homemade pizza breadsticks are our new favourite food – they’re easy to make and you wouldn’t believe how amazing they taste.
We’ve been having regular movie nights over the last month or so which is something we haven’t done in a while as we could never agree on which film to watch. We’ve been watching some older movies that we wanted to see with the kids because we remembered enjoying them when we first watched them way back in the day – Air Force One, Speed and the Back to the Future Trilogy have been our most recent watches!
A teenager’s attention span is a bit limited so rather than have tea together and then sit andwatch a film, on film nights I combine the two and make a picky tea and these pizza breadsticks are idea. I serve a batch with chicken dippers and homemade sweet potato wedges with a salad and everyone just helps themselves.
How to make homemade Pizza breadsticks
- One portion homemade pizza dough – I know everyone has their own version but here’s ours.
- Pizza sauce – I use my homemade tomato sauce for this
- A handful or two of grated mozzarella or pizza cheese
- Pepperoni slices (or any other alternative topping)
- 2 tablespoons of melted Butter
- 1/2 teaspoon of Garlic Powder
- 1/2 teaspoon of Parsley
- Sauce for dipping – I recommend my homemade tomato sauce for this too.
- Preheat your oven to around 230 c.
- Roll your pizza dough out on to a greased cookie sheet, and cut into even rectangles. You might have to roll your dough out a few times to get as many rectangles as you can.
- Spread your rectangles with your pizza sauce.
- Top with pepperoni (or whatever topping you use) and sprinkle some grated cheese over them.
- Gently roll each rectangle into a bread stick and pinch ends closed.
- Mix your melted butter, garlic powder and parsley together.
- Top each bread stick with mixture.
- Bake for 10-12 minutes.
I hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
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