Stuffed with your choice of fillings, this option is a fun way to shake up lunchtime. If your kids are tired of plain old ham and cheese sandwiches, why not take it to a new level?
To recreate this spin on the traditional ham sandwich, place a ham and cheese stuffed crescent on a bed of potato chips. Instead of serving the usual pickle spear on the side, I chopped 2 into bite size pieces and served with a cocktail spear for a little ”play with your food” fun.
There are several other variations to try: pizza sauce, mozzarella, and pepperoni for a stuffed pizza. Any nut butter and jelly, turkey and swiss, how about a little leftover taco meat with diced tomato’s and cheese? This is a super simple solution to the lunchtime blahs.
Stuffed Crescent Rolls Ingredients
- Crescent Rolls
- Choice of Filling
Stuffed Crescent Rolls Directions
- Preheat oven to 400.
- Spread your crescent rolls on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or sprayed with non-stick spray.
- Spread toppings down center of crescent roll. Keep “wet” ingredients like jelly, peanut butter, and sauce about ½” from the outside edges to ensure they don't leak out.
- Begin at the wide end of the crescent and roll towards the narrow end.
- Bake for 8-10 minutes until golden brown.
- They freeze well up to 30 days. Fill a freezer bag with one variety, and label.