Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Pop Rolls Hacks!

So I enjoy to coupon. I frequently get Pillbury instant rolls on sale. I like to take these and turn them into something different. I have tried three different recipes and I added one at the end that I would like to try. A lot of these don't have exact measurements because I just do it how we like it.

Cream Cheese Chicken Crescents
 (this one was given to me by my college roomie Kim!)
Shredded chicken breast (I usually only use one)
1 8 oz. Cream Cheese block
Onion (green or white) to taste
Milk to make it smooth
2 crescent roll tubes

Cook chicken and mix all ingredients other than rolls in bowl. Combine two triangles together and stuff them with the mixture and roll and pinch closed. Bake according to instructions on package.

Taco Crescents
 (this one is from my mom)
Taco seasoning
Ground Beef
Sour Cream
Onions
Salsa
Cheddar Cheese
2 crescent roll tubes

Brown the beef and add the seasoning as per the instructions. Add a couple dollops of sour cream and the cheddar.  Open the crescent rolls and lay them on the baking sheet with the wide sides in a circle with overlapping corners. Fill circle and tuck and pinch the rest of the crescent roll so it forms a ring. Sprinkle cheddar on top and bake according to time on instructions. Add salsa after baked.

Substitute Cinnamon Rolls from Grands 
 (my hubby thought this one up. He's pretty much genius)
Grands
Cinnamon 
Sugar
Butter or margarine
powered sugar
milk
vanilla

Put the biscuits in a casserole dish. Spread butter and sprinkle cinnamon and sugar over the tops. Be generous :) Bake as directed. Make frosting to add on top while they are baking. Mix together powdered sugar, milk, and a touch of vanilla.

I saw a recipe for King Cake out of crescent rolls. Although we don't celebrate Mardi Gras I'll gladly enjoy the tasty food from any holiday :)

4 comments:

Smallgood said...

I love simple, easy, yummy recipes like this. I can't wait to try the Taco Crescents.

Just Jaime said...

Great ideas! They all look great!

Christine said...

Oh I must try this!!!

Tracy said...

Too much yummy food on your blog.
Could you please move to canada...preferably close to me, and visit....alot ;)

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