This really easy pizza pinwheels recipe is made with ready rolled puff pastry, delicious tomato sauce and cheddar cheese. They are perfect for snacks, lunch boxes and picnics.
Pizza swirls are great for snacks, lunches and picnics
These puff pastry pizza pinwheels are so easy to make and they are perfect for hungry kids to snack on.If you’ve got the tomato sauce or sneaky veg sauce already made up or in the freezer then they takes a matter of minutes to prepare. I made these and took them along as an after-school snack the other day and they were devoured by the kids.
They’re also a great lunchbox filler and are lovely in a picnic. Or have them with a green salad as I did for lunch while the kids were at school.
They’re also a great recipe to get kids cooking as they are so easy. See more easy recipes for kids to cook.
Can you make these pizza pinwheels vegan?
It’s very easy to make vegan pizza swirls.
Most ready made puff pastry is vegan – but always check the packet. Use grated dairy free cheese and voila! A delicious and easy vegan snack.
Can you freeze pizza swirls?
Yes. I often freeze these as they are so useful for lunchboxes. If I put one frozen in my son’s lunchbox in the morning it’s defrosted in time for his lunch.
Alternatively you can put them frozen in a hot oven for 5-10 minutes and they heat up beautifully.
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I’ve made lots of variations of these pizza pinwheels over the years. Puff pastry really is useful as a way to get my kids to eat things they would otherwise turn their noses up at.
I usually have a roll of ready made puff pastry in the fridge or freezer.
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Really easy pizza pinwheels recipe
This really easy pizza pinwheels recipe is made with ready rolled puff pastry, delicious tomato sauce and cheddar cheese. Perfect for snacks, lunch boxes and picnics.
- 320 g sheet of ready-rolled puff pastry
- 100 g tomato sauce/sneaky veg sauce or you could use passata
- 1 tsp dried oregano
- 50 g grated cheddar cheese
Preheat the oven to 200°C/180°C fan/gas mark 6.
Line a baking tray with a sheet of baking paper.
Roll out your sheet of puff pastry.
Spread 100g tomato sauce over the top.
Sprinkle over the 50g grated cheese.
Add 1 tsp dried oregano.
Roll up along the long side until you have a long thin swiss roll shape. For best results chill in the fridge for at least 30 minutes before proceeding.
Cut into 12 small pieces and place on the baking tray leaving a few centimetres between them as they’ll grow in the oven!
Bake for 20-25 minutes until golden brown.
If not eating straight away allow to cool then store in an airtight container. Best eaten within a day or two. Can be frozen.
Did you know that I also have a vegan food blog, Cook Veggielicious?