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.
Spray an 8x8" square baking dish lightly with non stick cooking spray.
Un roll and separate the crescent dough triangles. Spread one with the desired amount of cranberry sauce, about 2 teaspoons worth.
Add some turkey and stuffing, and then roll the crescent up and place it in the prepared dish. Repeat for the remaining crescents, until they're all filled and arranged evenly in the baking dish.
In a small pot, whisk together the milk and gravy. If you're gravy's already on the thinner side, you can skip the milk. Heat the mixture on the stove top, until the gravy's hot, and pour it evenly out over the crescents.
Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes, or until the crescents have puffed up and turned golden brown in color.
Be careful not to OVERSTUFF these crescent rolls, and know that these are completely customizable to work with whatever Thanksgiving leftovers you have on hand or just happen to be your favorites.