Don't opt for your usual sandwich, try one of these pizza-inspired calzones instead. Your favorite ingredients make up the filling, whether you are looking for a combination meat, vegetable, and cheese calzone or a meatless variation.
The smoky flavor of this Italian main dish recipe comes from the smoked Gouda cheese. Don't forget to pass the beef Bolognese sauce for dipping.
Using refrigerated pizza dough means this simple calzone is ready to eat in 15 minutes.
Refrigerated pizza dough makes this ham and cheese dinner possible on busy weeknights.
This versatile dough can be frozen ahead and used to make lunch or dinner calzones any time you like.
Stuffed pizza pockets are a cinch to make when you employ refrigerated dough. Feel free to go wild with the fillings!
Thanks to the reduced-fat products in this recipe, you can indulge in these cheese-stuffed Italian turnovers. Plan ahead and thaw the dough overnight in the refrigerator.
This flavorful calzone gets a double dose of zip from a spicy hot sauce and Italian sausage.
Watch your tongue! Since the ground beef filling becomes very hot during baking, let the calzones cool a little after you cut them open.
Calzones are pizzas that have been transformed into turnovers. The same dough and toppings that are used for pizzas can be used to make calzones.
Hats off to these cheesy little numbers that are as tasty as they are cute. Top off a Halloween appetizer buffet with these mini pepperoni pizza snacks.
Either of these two flavor variations make a quick and satisfying calzone meal.
Whether served warm with spaghetti sauce or at room temperature from a lunch bag, these pizza-flavored sandwiches will be a family favorite.
These tasty pockets of dough, based on popular deli-style recipes, are stuffed with pepperoni, salami, spinach, herbs, and ricotta cheese.
Reimagine pizza night with single-serving galettes filled with roasted vegetables and chicken sausage.