Game Night

Your kids might play a mean hand of Go Fish, but you’ll always come out the winner with hot, homemade calzones and flatbreads. 

Tip  Try Calzone on a Stone!

Try baking these on a pizza stone.

Menu Ideas:

Meatball Calzones
Blueberry Breakfast Cookies
Cornbread & Sausage Salad with Southwestern Dressing

Meatball Calzones

Prep 30 min Total Time 40 min Servings 8



1 package Krusteaz Italian Herb Flatbread Mix

1 cup very warm water (115°-125°F)

1/4 cup vegetable oil



16 medium-size meatballs, cooked and sliced

2 cups shredded cheese

Olive oil, optional


1 jar prepared marinara sauce, heated

  1. //Heat oven to 475°F. Lightly grease baking sheets.
  2. //In medium bowl, stir together Krusteaz Italian Herb Flatbread Mix and yeast (enclosed). Add warm water and oil, stirring until dough forms a ball. To activate yeast, cover dough and let rest 10-20 minutes, or until oven is hot. Shape dough by dividing into 8 portions. With floured hands, pat out dough 1/8 -1/4-inch thick, forming circle on prepared pan(s).
  3. //On one half of dough, place sliced meatballs and 1/4 cup cheese. Fold dough over to create calzone. Press edges to seal.
  4. //Bake 8-10 minutes or until edges are golden brown. Brush lightly with olive oil, if desired. Serve with heated marinara sauce.

Made with Krusteaz Mix

If you haven’t made calzones yet, don’t worry. Our Italian Herb Bread Mix bakes up into perfect pizza-like pockets — all you have to do is fill them with delicious stuff.

Try them With:

Arugula and strawberry salad
Veggies and dip
Sour cream




More is always good when it comes to recipe ideas.