Easy Calzones — Most Popular Pin of the Week

Follow Ree's lead and save time in the kitchen by opting for store-bought frozen dinner rolls for the calzone pastry.
Easy Calzones

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Cheese and sausage — if this combination sounds like your favorite pizza toppings, then you'll surely enjoy this decadent duo when wrapped up in this week's Most Popular Pin of the Week, The Pioneer Woman's Easy Calzones. Follow Ree Drummond's lead and opt for store-bought frozen dinner rolls for the pastry, which will save you the time of making dough from scratch. She mixes up a creamy mixture of ricotta, gooey mozzarella and nutty Parmesan to create the ultimate gooey cheese filling, which partners well with hearty sausage. Serve a tomato-garlic sauce on the side for a tried-and-true pairing.

For more comforting recipes, check out Food Network's Let's Cook Comfort Food board on Pinterest.

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