Pepperoni Bread

Pepperoni Bread-Easy to make, great for a party, a snack or anytime!
Pepperoni Bread-Easy to make, great for a party, a snack or anytime!
My friend Debi at Recipes for my Boys posted Pepperoni Cheese Pulls the other day and it reminded my of one of our family favorites,
 Pepperoni Bread.

Who doesn’t like pizza?

Thin crust,
Thick crust,
New York style,
Chicago style,

Pepperoni Bread-Easy to make, great for a party, a snack or anytime!

Lots of toppings,

Just cheese,
Sauce or not,
Always so many choices.

Pizza joint,

Pepperoni Bread-Easy to make, great for a party, a snack or anytime!

And some of those dessert pizzas?

And who hasn’t had cold pizza the next day? It’s just as good in my opinion, sometimes better!

This one is a no brainer, super easy and the kids love to help make it.

And you can add as many additional toppings as you want to this one,
we just love it with pepperoni!

Pepperoni Bread-Easy to make, great for a party, a snack or anytime!

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Pepperoni Bread

Pepperoni Bread


  • 1 can Pillsbury Pizza Crust (or any pizza dough is fine)
  • 1 small package of sliced pepperoni (7 ounces)
  • 1-2 cups shredded Mozzarella cheese
  • 1/4 cup parmigiano cheese
  • 1-3 teaspoons Italian seasoning


  1. Preheat oven to 375 F.
  2. Stretch pizza crust/dough out on a large board or clean counter as far as you can,
  3. try to keep it rectangle in shape, if you get a hole in the dough, just fold over to close
  4. Place a layer of pepperoni, Cover all the way to the edges.
  5. Next, a layer of Mozzarella cheese, again, use as much as you want,
  6. Sprinkle the Parmigiana cheese over the mozzarella, then do the same with your Italian seasoning.
  7. Starting on one corner of the long end, start rolling, working your way down the long edge of your dough. Place seam side down on lightly greased baking sheet.
  8. Bake for 15-18 minutes until lightly browned on top.
  9. Do not over bake, you will burn the bottom.
  10. Remove from oven and let rest for 15 to 20 minutes on baking sheet. Transfer to cutting board and slice as you would a french bread loaf, diagonally.
  11. Refrigerate any leftovers


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Pepperoni Bread-Easy to make, great for a party, a snack or anytime!
You can make this with sauce as well, just make your sauce the first layer before the pepperoni, be careful not to use too much though, it will make the bread soggy.
Pepperoni Bread-Easy to make, great for a party, a snack or anytime!

Happy baking!

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  1. This looks delicious! I wish I had some of your pepperoni bread pizza right now! I am a new GFC follower and am looking forward to blogging with you!

  2. thanks for stopping in Erin, and if there was any of this left I would happily share with you!

  3. Woww.. colorful and delicious recipe.. looks tempting !!
    Indian Cuisine

  4. Hari, this is probably one of the favorites for the kids to make, the snack on the toppings as they make it!

  5. Christine S. says:

    Looks yummy! We do something similar but occasionally use the French Bread dough and mix up the ingredients – sometimes ham, olives, onions, swiss cheese, pepperoni, pineapple (drained and dried off), random things I find in the fridge to use up…haha. We can’t always find the pizza dough in the case here in town and have found this to be a good substitute. He likes it extra saucey so instead of putting sauce in it I just heat some up and serve it on the side. Just a couple of ideas I thought I’d pass along!

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