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Pepperoni Bread

  • Eggetarian
    • 55 mins
    • Serves 10
    • Easy



    Don’t we all love pizza toppings with stringy cheese and tasty pepperoni slices? Now imagine what it would be like to have this best part of pizza all rolled up in one place?

    Makes your mouth water just thinking about it, doesn’t it?

    Don’t worry; with this easy and quick recipe you can prepare that pizza-licious roll in your own kitchen and satiate your pizza cravings.

    Health Benefits:

    Since parmesan is created from the milk of grass-fed cows, it is very high in calcium. It is also very easy to digest and allows the body to absorb all the healthy contents of parmesan. Parmesan is also protein-filled and helps the body with regenerative functions and maintains health.

    Following is the nutritional chart of Pepperoni Bread per serving:

    Energy                  233 cal

    Protein                 11.4 g

    Carbohydrates  22.5 g

    Fat                         10.1 g

    Saturated Fat    4 g

    Fiber                     1.9 g

    Cholesterol        38 mg

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    How to Make Pepperoni Bread

    1. Begin by pre-heating the oven at 375°
    2. Prepare a baking sheet by lightly greasing it with oil.
    3. Once the frozen bread dough is thawed, roll it into a rectangle shape.
    4. Brush the beaten egg over the dough and arrange sliced pepperoni, and slice parmesan cheese on it.
    5. Season the cheese and pepperoni with Italian seasoning.
    6. Roll the dough gently and pinch the sides to seal properly.
    7. Place the bread roll on the greased baking sheet, with the seam side down.
    8. Place the baking sheet in the preheated oven and allow the bread to bake for 40 minutes, or until it is golden in color.
    9. Enjoy this delicious pepperoni bread at breakfast or make it the highlight of your snack time.


    • The original name of parmesan is actually Parmigiano Reggiano and it is only made from April 1 to November 11 and only from the milk of cows that feed on fresh grasses.
    •  Every year, 252 million pounds of pepperoni are used in pizza toppings and is one of the most ordered pizza toppings in the world.
    • The Pepperoni was used as a pizza topping for the first time somewhere between the First and the Second World Wars.

    Parmesan is one of the most imitated cheese in the world. There’s a high chance that the parmesan you’re eating is a counterfeit.

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