Things You Can Do With Pillsbury Crescent Rolls (Savory & Sweet)

Both of these recipes are simple, requiring only a few ingredients each, and they’re perfect for days when you feel lazy and don’t want to spend a lot of time coming up with something yummy.  I made a couple of minor changes to each but I provided the links to the original recipes.


Asparagus Tart (Originally from Martha Stewart)

(1) Trader Joe’s Crescent Roll dough rolled out flat in a baking sheet.  After they’ve baked for 10-12 minutes (at the temperature on the can), remove them from the oven and brush with oil, salt, and pepper.

(2) Cover the dough with asparagus spears and cover the asparagus spears with the cheese of your choice (the original recipe calls for gruyere and I used pecorino parmesan).  I covered the asparagus with another flattened crescent roll but that’s optional.  Bake another 20-25 minutes.

(3) Brush the top with some more oil, salt, and pepper, and sprinkle on some cheese. Enjoy!


Nutella & Biscoff Ravioli (Pinterest)

(1) Combine Cinnamon, Cinnamon Sugar, and Brown Sugar in a bowl and mix together.

(2) Roll out Pillsbury Crescent Roll tube to form a flat dough. Make cuts in the dough however big you want your pouches to be (each of the squares is half a pouch, once filled I just flipped the other half over and pressed around the edges to seal in the filling).

(3) The original recipe only calls for Nutella but my boyfriend was curious to find out what Biscoff was so he bought some of that too (it’s next to Nutella and Peanut Butter at the grocery store). What it is, is basically cookie in cream form. Totally addictive and delicious. Put a small pat of each on the bottom part of your pouch, cover with another square and seal in the goodness.

(4) Roll your pouch around in the sugar bowl until it’s good and covered.

(5) Bake according to the Pillsbury package.

(6) Sprinkle with a little more sugar and you’re good to serve!


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