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While cooking homemade meals is desirable and healthy, sometimes time and energy are not available. In these cases, frozen snacks can be helpful. The directions on a box of Totino's Pizza Rolls are useful but other methods of cooking pizza rolls are also available. Depending on the chosen cooking method, the rolls will have different tastes and textures. Since cooking times vary depending on the appliance used, a few attempts may be needed to find your perfect cooking method for Totino’s Pizza Rolls


Set oven temperature to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.

Place pizza rolls on a cookie sheet. Space the rolls one inch apart. Put the cookie sheet in the oven on the middle rack.

Cook nine to 10 minutes. Remove from oven.

Cool for two minutes and serve.

Toaster Oven

Set toaster oven temperature to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Place your pizza rolls on the toaster oven sheet. Space the rolls one inch apart. Put the cookie sheet in the toaster oven on the middle rack.

Cook six minutes and turn rolls over with tongs or spatula. Cook three additional minutes.

Remove from oven. Cool for two minutes before serving.


Place six pizza rolls on a microwavable plate. Space rolls one inch apart. Place the plate in the microwave.

Cook 55 seconds on high. If more time is needed, turn the plate around and cook for 10 additional seconds.

Remove from microwave. Cool for two minutes before eating.

Deep Fryer

Heat peanut oil in a deep fryer to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Put six frozen pizza rolls into the deep fryer basket.

Cook for three and a half to four minutes until internal temperature reaches 165 degrees F. Cook an additional 30 seconds to one minute until done.

Empty basket onto paper towel-lined plate. Cool for two minutes, plate and eat.


Microwave directions for 1000-watt microwaves. With other wattage microwaves, cooking times may vary.

Cut pizza rolls in half to cool for small children.

Individuals allergic to peanuts may use sunflower or safflower oil in deep fryer.


Always use oven mitts when handling hot oven sheets, microwaveable plates or fryer baskets.

Do not let the rolls thaw at room temperature. If thawed in the refrigerator, refreeze immediately and use within a day. They may not taste the same as rolls that have never thawed.

Do not leave microwave or toaster oven unattended while cooking pizza rolls.

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Cami Hines

Cami Hines has written freelance intermittently since 2009. She has had several press releases published and has been published in Media Maison's online blog. Cami is currently a social media consultant for small businesses. She holds a bachelor's degree in business management and a master's degree with a concentration in marketing from University of Phoenix.