Party Panache, Sausage and Pepper Pizza Spirals

Big Game Saturday!

Alabama bowl thapaintedapron.com

We will need food!

Alabama tree and wreath thepaintedapron.com

Alabama vs Ole Miss

Ole Miss table thepaintedapron.com

We will have a house full of Alabama & Ole Miss fans, friends, and alumni…

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These fans are much bigger this year!  And we have a new addition, he’s going to need an outfit

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One of my favorite dips is this Pigskin Tailgate Dip, it’s full of ham AND bacon!   🐷

pigkin dip 2 thepaintedapron.com

and you can’t go wrong with Hissy Fit dip… full of sausage and cheese

hissy fit dip thepaintedapron.com

Legend has it that Hissy Fit Dip was supposedly named after a spoiled Southern belle who was so busy socializing that by the time she got to the appetizer table the dip was all gone, and in true spoiled Southern belle fashion, she threw a big ole “hissy fit.”  😩

Alabama table thepaintedapron.com

Sausage & Pepper Pizza Pinwheels are a great game day choice, everything packed in one tasty spiral

Sausage and pepper pizza pinwheels thepaintedapron.com

Cheese, sausage, peppers, onions all rolled up in thin pizza crust dough

cheesy sausage pinwheels thepaintedapron.com

I used this new bacon lovers sausage, I didn’t really taste the bacon flavor, but it was very good

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Brown the sausage, remove from pan to drain on paper towels.  Cook the onions in the sausage drippings until golden and then add the peppers and cook until softened

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Lay the dough out on parchment paper or a silpat because it’s a little sticky-tricky to work with

NOTE: you can use pie crust, puff pastry, crescent rolls, just about anything.  I love this Pillsbury thin crust refrigerated dough, it has great flavor.  It’s very stretchy though so keep it in refrigerator until right before you are ready to use it.  It’s also very forgiving, if it tears just pinch it back together.  Adjust cooking times if you use another dough

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Pile on the goodies and roll up as tightly as possible

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The dough might tear in places where it’s thin, but don’t worry, you’ll never see it after it’s bakes

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Cut into 1 inch slices

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Bake at 425 for about 12-14 minutes

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Serve them up~

sausage pinwheels thepaintedapron.com

These taste good hot or at room temperature

Sausage and pepper pizza pinwheels thepaintedapron.com

Root for your favorite team!

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Sausage and Pepper Pizza Spirals

  • Servings: 20 spirals
  • Difficulty: easy
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1/2 lb. sausage

1/4 yellow pepper, chopped

1/4 red pepper, chopped

1/2 sweet onion, chopped

1 cup grated sharp cheddar

1 can Pillsbury thin crust pizza dough

Brown sausage and remove to drain on paper towels.  Cook onion in skillet drippings until starting to turn golden.  Add peppers and cook until softened.  Unroll dough on a silpat or sheet of parchment paper.  Sprinkle sausage, peppers and onions, and cheese evenly over dough.  Starting with long side of rectangle, roll into a log enclosing filling.  Cut log into 1 inch slices.  Arrange slices cut sides up on paper or silpat lined baking sheet.  Bake at 400 for 12-14 minutes or until dough is golden.  Makes approximately 20 slices

Sausage and pepper pizza pinwheels thepaintedapron.com

for another printable  version of Sausage and Pepper Pizza Spirals click here

Roll Tide Table thepaintedapron.com

Roll Tide!  Hotty Toddy!

You can see more of the Roll Tide table here and the Ole Miss table here

You can see the football tree here

Make your own team tree here

football tree thepaintedapron.com

the FANtastic wreath here

Hope your team wins!

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Comments
14 Responses to “Party Panache, Sausage and Pepper Pizza Spirals”
  1. Lynn says:

    Looks like you’re all set for the game Jenna! Love the pic of the happy little guy-enjoy:@)

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  2. Michelle says:

    Love your recipes and decorations!

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  3. Jenna, I had to check out the hissy fit dip and it sounds delicious! I think I’ll be adding that and the pizza spirals to my easy apps file. It looks like you will all be having a great day on Saturday! Linda

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  4. Yum – everything looks delicious and you have the most adorable little fans!! Love the story of the hissy fit dip. We play Auburn tomorrow, so it should be exciting! Have a wonderful Saturday with your family and friends! 🙂

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  5. Ellen says:

    Sweet Baby Ray would be in “hog heaven” at this table, laden with all the pig products! That baby is so cute — makes you just want to squeeze him.

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  6. Mary says:

    I love your pigskin medley of appetizers Jenna! I’m always excited for football season to return and there’s is nothing better than a little pork and cheese. I love your adorable new little fan too 🙂 Roll Tide!

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  7. Emily says:

    Only one word comes to mind here, yummy! Those pizza spirals looks delish and perfect for football parties. Oh my I do love the Tide Pride plate and yes please get the precious little one a crimson tee. Great decorations, I would love to party at your house……………..

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    • Oh sad Sunday Emily, there are a lot of “elephant tears” being shed around here today, but my Ole Miss fans are smiling! Yes, I recommend these spirals for just about anything, and you can dream up endless combos~ >

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  8. Sounds like you have a fun weekend coming up – and no one will go hungry that’s for sure!!

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  9. JESS44903 says:

    What a neat little party food snack! LOVE it!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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