Stuffed Crescent Rolls Two Ways

Pigs in a blanket got a makeover in my house today. Instead, I would call these babies “Pigs in Chanel” Ok, they’re not nearly that extravagant, but it’s certainly an upgrade.


I’ve been making a lot of soups lately and I thought I needed to make something you could munch on in between slurps. Crescent rolls are a warm hug that can turn their insides (and yours) gooey. They’re also a blank slate. You can fill those flakey layers with lots of goodness. I decided to make crescents two ways. While I’m still learning which ingredients go together, I was happy with my decisions. A bit savory, a bit sweet, a lot delicious

Pear, Brie and Walnut Crescents                           Turkey, Provolone and Avocado


Talk about hot, or should I say haute, sandwiches. These sweet sammies are so easy to make and a perfect lunch on a cold day as we wait for spring to arrive.

PREP: Preheat oven to 375. Unroll crescent triangles on a baking sheet. Cover the wider end with fillings of your choice. Wrap up the dough like you would a crescent roll. Bake for 15 minutes or until crescents are brown and flakey. Remove and Enjoy!

Rosie Got A Little “Wrapped Up” Too!

Premeditated Leftovers.

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14 thoughts on “Stuffed Crescent Rolls Two Ways

  1. I love the delicious flavor combinations you came up with!

    When you have a chance can you shoot me an email? I couldn’t find a contact email for you on your blog.

  2. I love the delicious flavor combinations you came up with!

    When you have a chance can you shoot me an email? I couldn’t find a contact email for you on your blog.

  3. What great ideas! I like both your stuffed crescent rolls, but particularly the pear, brie and walnut ones.

  4. What great ideas! I like both your stuffed crescent rolls, but particularly the pear, brie and walnut ones.

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