The last time you were in the grocery store, you may have looked over that basic can of crescent rolls in the refrigerated aisle.
But the truth is that crescent rolls provide a great foundation for a variety of appetizers, sides, meals and treats!
So the next time you head to the store, pick up a pack of classic crescent rolls and pop them in your fridge.
I always keep them on hand… and I want to share with you a few of my favorite crescent roll recipes you can whip up in just about 30 minutes or less.
Enjoy these fun ideas and let me know your favorite!
If you’re looking for a sweet way to start your day, bake up my super simple cinnamon crescents!
I love making these Busy Morning Cinnamon Crescents when I’m craving a coffee shop pastry but don’t want to leave the house.
Between the cinnamon kick, the buttery and flaky dough, and the drizzle of glaze, these are truly a treat.
Plus, you can pop them in the fridge for a few days if you need a quick on-the-go breakfast.
More of a decorated flatbread than a pizza, this crescent roll recipe is a fun way to make use of that pack of crescent rolls you have sitting in the back of your fridge.
You can make this Throwback Veggie and Ranch Cold Pizza as an appetizer or a meal. But no matter how you serve it, it tastes fresh, filling and it’s extremely easy to make.
Plus, you can get creative with it.
Decorate this flatbread pizza with your favorite dip and a variety of veggies. I enjoy peppers, onions, carrots and broccoli!
While I’ve made the above recipes for years, this pie is a recent creation of mine… but it’s here to stay!
I don’t call it my Hearty and Crunchy Taco Pie for nothing. Just one slice can fill you up!
It also features a bunch of great textures thanks to the combo of dough, ground meat, sour cream and crispy, crunchy Doritos. Yum!!
I don’t care what type of party it is… it’s ALWAYS better when pigs in a blanket arrive!
They’re great if you’re in a rush and need to contribute to a BBQ or a potluck. Plus, you can find the ingredients at almost every store.
Pigs in a Blanket are a bit nostalgic as well. I remember eating them as a kid, but I haven’t met an adult who doesn’t love them just as much!
Do you have any fun ways you like to use crescent rolls?
I’m sure there are plenty of other ideas out there… but I hope these recipes will help you get started!
From my kitchen to yours,