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Skinny Pizza Rolls

(originally made 6/2011)

Another FG find-Dashing Dish.    She features healthy versions of recipes and works with another website to provide WW points info   :)      Was craving pizza yesterday so Jake and I put these together last night.    It made for a fun project as well as a great meal!      I used my smallest cookie scoop for the filling.    I omitted the pepperoni because I forgot to buy it and the black pepper and sweetener because the Penzey's mix was strong enough on it's own.  
Next time I make these I'm going to freeze some on baking sheets after assembling and then pop them into ziploc bags.    Will try baking them from frozen and see how they turn out!    You can also make them "unskinny" by frying them, but I was very happy with the texture of the baked one.



 Skinny Pizza Rolls


  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
--------  ------------  --------------------------------
     1/2           cup  Shredded Mozzarella Cheese -- used part skim
     1/2           cup  Pizza Sauce (or Tomato Sauce)
  20                    Turkey Pepperoni’s -- omitted
  24                    Wonton Wrappers
     1/8           cup  Parmesan Cheese
  1                tsp  Basil/Oregano mix OR Italian Seasoning -- used Penzey's Italian Herb Mix
     1/2           tsp  Garlic Powder
  1              pinch  sweetener -- (sugar/stevia/splenda) omitted
  1              pinch  black pepper -- omitted
                        *Optional: 1/3 cup Chicken Breast -- Diced OR 1/3 cup Light Italian Sausage

Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Prepare a large baking sheet with parchment paper, or foil coated with non-stick cooking spray. Gather ingredients.

Pour pizza sauce, (or tomato paste), in a medium bowl…  Followed by the mozzarella cheese.  Slice the pepperoni into quarters, and add them to the sauce/cheese mixture.  Stir until combined.  Next, add the seasonings.  Stir again until everything is well combined.

To begin filling wonton wrappers, I find it easiest to create an ‘assembly line’. I did this by stacking my wonton wrappers, and having my filling, and a small bowl of water near by to ’seal’ the wrappers shut.

Then, begin filling by placing about a tablespoon of filling in the center of each wrapper. You could use a little more or less, just try not to over-fill them, or the filling will ooze out the sides when you are baking them.

To seal them shut, place your finger in the water… Trace two of the corners with the water… And fold the wrapper in half to meet the two dry corners with the two wet corners.  Press to seal the two sides together.

When wonton wrappers are filled, give them a light spray with non-stick cooking spray… And sprinkle parmesan cheese over the top of each one.  Lay pizza rolls out on prepared baking sheet.

Bake in preheated oven (450 degrees) for 10-15 minutes, or until the tops are lightly golden brown.

Servings: 24 Pizza Rolls
Calories: 30 Calories Per Pizza Roll (35 calories with added chicken/italian sausage)

Weight Watchers PointsPlus Value: 1
(WW points courtesy of Jennifer at www.itsuxtobefat.com)

Source:
  http://www.dashingdish.com/2011/04/pizza-rolls/

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