These Fast and Easy Parmesan Rosemary Pizza Pinwheels, are the perfect addition to a Comforting Bowl of Soup, Stew or even as a quick snack.
For my favourite month of the Year, October, our little group of 4 bloggers are at it again and this time we are sharing recipes that we made with Herbs. Last month we shared Apple Recipes and I made some Apple Pie Cookies.
Well this month is a good one too! This time I decided to go the Savory Route and make these delicious Parmesan Rosemary Pizza Pinwheels, they are so easy and would make the perfect appetizer, snack or even a yummy accompaniment to a bowl of Soup or Stew.
I really enjoyed this month’s theme, I love herbs, especially Basil, Parsley, Garlic and I absolutely adore Oregano and Rosemary, just ask my sister, I can never get enough!
Of course, fresh if possible. And yes lucky me, I can pretty well get all these spices fresh year round.
I have always been a lover of Pizza, but when I first came to Italy I was really intrigued by this simple White Pizza (no sauce) drizzled with a little olive oil and sprinkled with rosemary.
Italians would eat this pizza usually as a snack or as a substitute for bread. My kids would love it when snack time was a piece of rosemary pizza. It has to be one of the best combinations!
I actually used a store-bought unbaked pizza crust, although you can make your own Homemade Pizza Dough or even buy some dough from a local bakery or Pizzeria.
I rolled out the dough, brushed it with a little olive oil, sprinkled with some coarse salt, chopped rosemary and Parmesan Cheese, because I love Parmesan cheese too! But you can leave it out if you choose.
Then I rolled up the dough and sliced it, but don’t slice it too thin. I baked it in a high oven for about 12 minutes, let the slices cool a bit, and serve. Buon Appetito!
Easy Parmesan Rosemary Pizza Pinwheels
Easy Parmesan rosemary pinwheels.
- 1 roll pizza dough (rectangle)
- 1-2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1/2 tablespoon coarse salt more if desired
- 1 1/2 tablespoons fresh rosemary chopped more if desired
- 7 tablespoons freshly grated Parmesan Cheese (divided)
- Pre-heat oven to 425° (250° celsius). Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
- Roll out the pizza dough, brush with olive oil, sprinkle with coarse salt, rosemary and 6 tablespoons of parmesan cheese.
- Roll up pizza dough from the short end, wrap in plastic wrap and chill for 30-45 minutes or until firm.
- Remove the dough from the fridge and cut into slices approximately ½ inch thick (or thicker if desired), place on prepared cookie sheet, sprinkle with remaining tablespoon of parmesan cheese (add more if desired). Bake for approximately 10-15 minutes. Enjoy!
anne Morissette says
These look excellent! Do you think they can be reheated if made in advance for a Holiday party?
Hi Anne, thanks, I don’t see why not, reheat them on a lower oven temperature 300-325 for about 5-10 minutes or until warmed through. Let me know how it goes.
Nancy Chishala says
I’m making these today. But I’m using bread dough….sorry. I’m already making bread, so I just plan on using the same dough. I’m sure they’ll be delicious. So happy to find your blog.
Hi Nancy, thanks so much and yes I’m sure bread dough will work just fine. 🙂
Terri Steffes says
Oh yummy! I think my herbed butter would be a perfect match! 🙂
Hi Terri, I think they would be perfect together too! 🙂
Your pinwheels look delicious. I know my kids would love them!
Thanks Lauren, my kids love them too.
What a lovely savory treat! I’m thinking those would be a wonderful addition to the appetizer table over the holidays! I love all the flavors!
Hi Michelle, I love appetizers and I think you may be right!
Nikki from Tikkido says
I love pizza bianca! And the pinwheel variation is so fun and perfect for snacking. All those delicious, crusty edges. Yum!
Thanks Nikki, I know the crusty edges are the best!
olivia @ livforcake says
These look amazing!! I am a huge pizza lover too and I love how easy these are. A must-try for the holidays for sure!
Thanks Olivia, so easy to make, I hope you enjoy them.