I honestly do not know what I would do without Google – I Google everything – in fact I am starting to wonder if we will get to a place where we have no original thought – we just Google it instead! No question is too hard when you can just look up the answer, no query too random while watching TV – was that guy in that movie – well just wait a second and I can tell you thanks to Google!!
So it comes as no surprise that some of my recipes are inspired by the what I search for online. The kids today wanted to make Hawaiian pizzas and having no yeast meant that a real pizza base option was out – but I came across this recipe on Taste.com.au and thought I could adapt it to make it perfect for our house and to fit the ingredients we have on hand. It uses a scone recipe which is then rolled into a log and cut into individual pieces. What you fill it with is up to you! You could go kid friendly as we have done here with the traditional Hawaiian or go fancy with addition of cheeses, vegetables and meats with any flavour combination you enjoy.
The original recipe calls for pizza sauce as the base – we do not have anything so fancy this week so we used tomato sauce and it was fine! You could also use chutney or relish, or a thick rich tomato base.
Do not scrimp on the sauce – this helps with the dryness of the scroll, as does a little extra cheese! These would be so lovely to accompany a flavoursome soup as well.
Rubbing in the butter takes a little while, and also you need to make sure you do not over mix, but these are really tasty and worth the effort! I will be using this basic recipe again soon I think to come up with some more flavour combinations.
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Aleisha Jane Williams says
These look amazing, making right now. I have added Italian herbs to the dough to make them more Italian. 🤤
I’ve made these before using self raising flour and Greek yogurt, it makes a beautiful flexible dough, just a thought. I’ll try your recipe with the butter , nice to have an easy quick savoury
Absolutely delicious and the dough recipe was perfect and simple. I used diced salami and cheese (as they are my kids favourite pizza toppings) but you could honestly use anything to suite everyone’s tastes. An old recipe, but certainly a winner with kids and adults alike!
This looks great, will make it for lunches next week!
Amy Evans says
I tried this recipe today and I was so impressed. I added a couple teaspoons of dried thyme and oregano to the dough when making it and it gave a more pizza style flavour I think. I also baked mine for a further 4 minutes, but we all have different ovens and it always pays to be on the cautious side and to know it may also need a little longer. My husband said can I make them again? I think a great success, we will be making these for years to come! Thank you for sharing
I love making these and always love seeing what others place in theirs. May just have to make some this week as I know the boys love them too
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I agree with every word written in the opening paragraph. Google is genius! And thanks to it, I know a few things too 😉 The Pizza looks delicious!
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Becky @ bybmg says
Hawiian pizza is my fave! I can’t wait to try these! Thanks for linking up with Turn It Up Tuesday!
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Jamie Witika says
Oh my gosh Anna I made these this afternoon so we could eat them for dinner. Lo and behold all gone before 3pm lol all 4 adults that live in my household say thank you!
Wonderful! I am so pleased you enjoyed it.