Looking for a new way to turn your Thanksgiving dinner leftovers into a delicious round two meal quickly and easily? This Thanksgiving leftover crescent roll bake repurposes that leftover turkey and stuffing into yummy stuffed crescent rolls you and your family will gobble up.
This Italian breakfast bake is the perfect breakfast casserole to feed to a hungry crowd. Special enough for the holidays but easy enough to make any time, you’ll love the combination of eggs, veggies, meats and cheeses!
A classic appetizer can easily be the center of any spread for small parties or larger game day style gatherings. Take things back to a simpler time, and whip up a batch of these savory pigs in a blanket for your next get together. Two ingredients, and you’re in business. Sometimes simple really is better!
Step away from the prepackaged crescent rolls that come in the scary tube and make the best homemade crescent rolls ever! These soft tender rolls are better than any premade ones you can buy and are delicious with so many meals. Perfect for your holiday table!
The easiest dinner roll you’ve ever made, these pesto pinwheels sandwich rich basil pesto & shredded Parmesan cheese between buttery layers of fluffy crescent roll dough. They can be prepared ahead of time, or whipped together as needed for a simple side to family dinner. Whatever the occasion, they’re always a crowd pleasing favorite.
Half the work, but chock full of all the same great flavor these chicken cordon bleu pinwheels are a fun new spin on the classic dish. Golden brown, buttery crescent roll dough rises around pinwheeled layers of savory chicken, sweet ham, and tangy melted Swiss cheese. These handheld treats are a great appetizer for guests, but easily double as a quick meal for busy nights.
If you’re in the mood for a sweet treat that’s easy to whip up, but also gorgeous enough to grace any holiday table- these white chocolate gingerbread crescent rolls are just the thing. They’re the perfect edible present hiding a sweet cream cheese, chocolate, and ginger snap surprise inside!
Warm pastries make a perfect treat for breakfast or dessert, and these snickerdoodle crescent rolls are no exception. Triangles of crescent roll dough are slathered with a thick layer of creamy peanut butter, rolled up into their infamous shape, baked until golden brown and then rolled in a sweet mixture of cinnamon & sugar. Pair them with a cold glass of milk or a hot cup of coffee for a delightful treat anytime of the day.
Nutella, a dangerous friend indeed. Sometimes, though, sometimes … you just gotta give in to temptation. For better or for worse.
These are so simple, they’re simply amazing! Prepare for them to disappear right before your eyes. Serve them immediately or (if you have will power) store them in an air-tight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. While they’re to die for all by themselves, they go great with milk or coffee.
1 tube of crescent rolls
chocolate syrup, for drizzling (optional)
powdered sugar, for dusting (optional)
1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
2. Unroll the crescents and spread each triangle with a huge healthy amount of Nutella.
3. Starting withe the wide ends, roll each triangle into crescent rolls. Place filled, rolled crescents on your parchment line baking sheet. Make sure to leave room for expansion as they bake.
4. Bake 10-12 minutes. Let crescents cool completely after baking.
5. If desired, before devouring serving, lightly dust crescents with powdered sugar and then drizzle with chocolate syrup.
6. Serve with milk or coffee and enjoy!