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    • Oh man ….. I bet you could get the same effect with pizza dough or crescent rolls rolled very thin … cut into rectangles, rolled and baked. When I lived in a small town in the Midwest, our grocery store would order items if you requested it (like my store got some "Filipino banana sauce" for me) – maybe your store will as well? The great thing is, the wrappers can be frozen too!

  1. These sound so good and not as guilt ridden as frying them. I love egg roll wrappers but never thought to stuff them with pizza fixings! Thank you for sharing this at Freedom Fridays!!

  2. Hey Jamie, What a fabulous idea!!! I live alone now and get tired of cooking for myself so when I do cook, I try to cook enough for 2 or 3 meals and freeze them. Do you think these would keep in the freezer if I were to make some extras. I love the idea of just taking them out and popping them into the oven!!

    • That is a great question and I probably should have answered that in the post! Yes, you can make these ahead and freeze them!

      To freeze the rolls before they are baked or fried – wrap them individually in aluminum foil (so they don't stick together) and place in a large resealable bag. To cook – simply thaw in the refrigerator and proceed with the baking/frying.

      You also can precook them – I would only recommend frying them if you choose this option, only because I have never tried baking, then freezing and rebaking. I would suggest frying them and allowing them to cool. Wrap egg rolls in aluminum foil and place in a resealable bag. To reheat – fry or bake until just heated through.

      Hope this helps! πŸ™‚

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