Stuffed Crescent Rolls Two More Ways

Over the past few years, I have offered you several different ways to utilize crescent rolls:

Today I have two more for you to try: taco crescents and chocolate peanut butter crescents. Grab two cans of crescent roll dough the next time you're at the grocery store so you can try them both!

For the taco crescents, I had some leftover cooked ground beef, so I added some tomato sauce and Mexican seasoning. I put a heaping spoonful of the meat mixture onto the wide end of the unrolled crescent, then covered it with a sprinkling of Mexican blend cheese.

They get rolled up and placed on a baking sheet lightly sprayed with nonstick spray.
Bake as directed on the package.

While the dinner crescents were heating up, I used the other can of dough to make dessert crescents. A thick layer of your favorite peanut butter will hold the mini chips in place along the entire length of the unrolled dough.

These roll up much less bulky than the dinner crescents.

The dinner crescents come out, and the dessert crescents go in!

When you're done with the taco version, the chocolate peanut butter crescents will be ready.

Having peanut butter and chocolate chips along the entire crescent means you'll get a great, gooey bite instead of just having some toppings in the middle. Enjoy!


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