These Roast Beef Cheddar Rolls are off the hook good. Super easy because you can use refrigerated pizza dough, roast beef and cheese from the deli and a fantastic dijon horseradish sauce kicks these up!
Roast Beef Cheddar Rolls
The other day I was daydreaming about pizza dough smothered with a dijon horseradish cream, layered with slices of tender roast beef and cheddar cheese. Then I’d roll it up, bake it and finish them off with a garlic, parsley butter. After a taste test I found myself quite pleased and that’s how these Roast Beef Cheddar Rolls happened.
I am a sucker for any kind of handheld appetizer or finger food and this one is no exception.
Quick and easy using refrigerated pizza dough, these Roast Beef Cheddar Rolls are a cinch to make and are sure to please.
To give this a little kick I decided that horseradish would be best since I had picked up some sliced roast beef from the deli.
Mixed with dijon mustard, mayo and black pepper, it was a perfect spread base for the meat and cheese.
How to make my Roast Beef Rolls
Preheat the oven to 375°F. Take the dough out of the fridge and allow can to sit at room temperature for 15 minutes.
In a small bowl whisk together the mayonnaise, mustard, horseradish and pepper.
Carefully unroll the dough on a lightly floured surface. Brush the horseradish mixture on top almost to edges. Layer the slices of roast beef on top and then cheese on top of the meat.
Roll up tightly starting from the longest side into a log. Using a sharp knife, cut the log into 8 pieces. Place the slices cut side up in the muffin pan coated with cooking spray. Bake for 15-18 minutes until the tops of the rolls just begin to brown.
As the rolls bake, mix together in a small bowl the butter, garlic and chopped parsley. Melt for 1 minute on high, covered. Brush over baked rolls and serve immediately.
What’s great about these too is that you can make them with sliced chicken and mozzarella, turkey and provolone, ham and Swiss cheese, the possibilities are endless.
For other snack ideas, check out my Pull Apart Cheesy Pesto Bread with Salami, Greek Chicken Nachos, or my Baked Crunchy Buffalo Chicken Meatballs. Enjoy!
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Roast Beef Cheddar Rolls
- 1 can Pillsbury Refrigerated Pizza Crust Classic 13.8 oz
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- 2 tbsp dijon mustard
- 2 tbsp horseradish
- 1 tbsp black pepper
- 8-10 slices roast beef thin from deli
- 8-10 slices cheddar cheese thin from deli
- 4 tbsp butter
- 1 tbsp garlic chopped
- 2 tbsp parsley chopped
- Preheat the oven to 375°F. Take the dough out of the fridge and allow can to sit at room temperature for 15 minutes.
- In a small bowl whisk together the mayonnaise, mustard, horseradish and pepper.
- Carefully unroll the dough on a lightly floured surface. Brush the horseradish mixture on top almost to edges. Layer the slices of roast beef on top and then cheese on top of the meat.
- Roll up tightly starting from the longest side into a log. Using a sharp knife, cut the log into 8 pieces. Place the slices cut side up in the muffin pan coated with cooking spray. Bake for 15-18 minutes until the tops of the rolls just begin to brown.
- As the rolls bake, mix together in a small bowl the butter, garlic and chopped parsley. Melt for 1 minute on high, covered. Brush over baked rolls and serve immediately.
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Yo bud, these were great and I got my husband to help assemble. We couldn’t get our rolls very tight but as you know; didn’t change the deliciousness.
So glad you two enjoyed them! Thanks Tee!
This is an astounding “Wow” factor dish. I’d be inclined to serve as a main course. As opposed to doing the garlic / butter/ parsley drizzle, how do you think they’d do with a gravy / au jus / reduction drizzled over top? As there would be a carb component already with the crust, perhaps a parsnip / turnip mash and asparagus in brown butter. Thoughts overall?
Now you’ve got me hungry. I say yes!
How perfect are these for football season Kevin? I will most definitely be adding to our menu. My husband will LOVE them!
Game Day snacking indeed Mary Ann! 🙂
These are going to perfect for our volunteer builders at church…rebuilding after fire. We take turns preparing a noon meal and I get so tired of the same old stuff. I will make these in my large muffin tins, add a salad. What a perfect meal and not over filling. Oh my gosh, I am so glad I saw these on Pinterest. Thank yo so much.
So happy you found me Izzy! Sorry to read about your church fire, hope things are progressing!
This is exactly what I was looking for – a savory “muffin” for a fun dinner idea. These will be made for the finale season premiere of GOT and will be called the “You know muffins, Jon Snow”. They will be served with other GOT themed foods and beverages.
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Nice, love your choice of entertainment, too! #GOTFan
What a wonderful idea! This seems like the perfect game time snack. Or Netflix snack in my case 🙂 I thought this might also be good made with pastrami and sauerkraut, with a touch of mustard. I also love the minimal effort involved. I’m going to have to give these a try!
Nice idea Danielle! Let me know and have a great weekend. 🙂
These muffins are so palatable and finger-licking, Kevin! Do you use a homemade mayonnaise?
No, but that’s a really great thought. I made an olive oil one the other day…. might have to happen again this weekend! Thanks Agness! 😉
what else could i use instead of the cheese?
These look crazy delicious!! I’ll definitely be trying these when we have our next get together!
Thanks Holly! Appreciate the kind words, I’m sure you’ll enjoy these, too. Super easy. 🙂
Long time admirer of yours. Cheers!
This is genius and the most delicious muffin ever! Love this, sharing it and definitely going to give it a try. I know my grandsons will gobble these up in no time. Thanks for sharing your recipe Kevin.
Thanks so much Joanne, I’m sure they will, too! What’s great about these is the minimal effort to make and big flavor payoff. Enjoy! 🙂
This sound looks amazing, Its taste so awesome. I make it last night looks wonderful.I loved your way of cooking.
hanks so much for letting me know Punjabi. Cheers! 🙂
Hey Kevin! Wish I’d had this recipe last week. A group of us got together for a party and we all made appetizers. Sometimes things like canned pizza or biscuit dough (or Jiffy mix) and stuff from the deli are a great way to make really good things! What do you think of making these smaller and baking them in mini muffin pans?