Cheesy Crescenty Goodness…

Crescent wheels, enough said.  These have become one of my favorite things to make when having guests over.  Or, I will roll the dough out and sprinkle sugar and cinnamon for a quick weekend breakfast.  I just buy a tube of crescent rolls or buy a sheet of crescent dough and pile whatever I want in it.  Then bake it til nice and golden.  See the instructions below for a quick appetizer…

Chef’s Selection Crescent Wheels

  • 1 sheet of Crescent Roll dough
  • Some sort of sauce for the inside
  • Whatever type of toppings you want

Preheat the oven to 350°.  Meanwhile, on a cookie sheet, lay a sheet of parchment paper or greased aluminum foil out.  Then roll out the dough.  Spoon the sauce onto the dough and spread evenly.  Then layer your toppings on the dough.  I wouldn’t put too much on the dough because when rolling it up, the dough could tear.

Next, start at one end and begin to roll the dough.  Move your fingers back and forth, rolling the dough evenly until all the way rolled.  Then take a serrated knife and gently slice the roll into pieces.  Place each piece flat side down on the cookie sheet and bake until golden brown.

The below pictures were two different recipes.  One I made with pizza sauce, turkey pepperoni and shredded mozzarella cheese.  The other was made with ranch dip, shredded chicken and shredded Extra Sharp Tillamook Cheese.  So amazing!  Get creative with this recipe.  You are in control…

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  1. Even though it’s not *exactly* the same, it follows the same principle as making sushi- fill, roll, slice. I love it. This is a really neat idea that I’m going to make use of in the future.

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    1. These are really great to do in a hurry….super easy, and can be super cheesy if you want! ;)

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