There is a reason why stuffed recipes are so popular. They are easy and fun to make, and nothing beats cutting into a delicious dish and finding gooey goodness inside, whether sweet or savory.
These 21 stuffed crescent roll recipes have something for everyone, and you don't have to wait for a special occasion or the Holidays to make them.
Find out how versatile crescent roll dough is—yep, it can be stuffed with pretty much everything to make appetizers, sweet baked treats, or meaty dishes.
These mouthwatering recipes and their unique flavors are going to pleasantly surprise you! Let's dig in.
You can't beat a three-ingredient treat that looks and tastes this amazing. Melted peanut butter and chocolate fill this sweet and buttery crescent ring. And you'll appreciate that it's low in sugar, too.
Looking for an amazing Super Bowl appetizer or something special to make for a get-together? These meaty and cheesy bites come with deliciously seasoned sautéed veggies wrapped in an aioli sauce—so tasty and easy.
Who knew that buffalo chicken appetizers are so easy to make? This recipe comes with a healthier ranch dressing for dipping, and the packed-flavored meaty bites are made with just six simple ingredients—make them for game day or as a family entertaining snack.
Whether you make this for dinner, tailgating, summer BBQs, or a poolside snack, this meaty stuffed crescent roll loaf is an absolute winner. It features tender chicken, savory vegetables, and melted cheese—a combo that never disappoints.
Perfect to use up shredded chicken or leftover rotisserie, this protein-packed loaf is stuffed with chicken, creamy mozzarella cheese, parmesan cheese, and aromatic herbs. Enjoy it as an appetizer or full meal, or stuff it into your kids' lunch boxes for extra hugs.
Here's another three-ingredient stuffed crescent roll recipe filled with cream cheese and topped with a bagel sesame season blend. This only takes 15 minutes to make from start to finish and is a delicious way to start your day or have a couple for lunch!
A kid and adult-approved appetizer that comes together with minimal ingredients and under 15 minutes is always a winner. These cute bites are deliciously stuffed with amazing pizza flavors and baked until golden brown. Make enough because they'll disappear quickly.
Buttery, cheesy, and full of garlicky and herbal flavors, these cute stuffed crescent roll bites are the perfect sides to accompany warm soups, stews, or salads. And they're at the table in under 20 minutes.
What's not to love about a creamy, chicken-stuffed filling made with leftovers to invent a whole new meal? Well, that's precisely what these crescent dinner rolls are. Enjoy them as a lovely quick lunch, or pair them with any vegetable side for dinner. But they are equally entertaining as appetizers.
Oh, what a party pleaser! Ham, salami, pepperoni, provolone, Swiss cheese, and roasted red peppers are stuffed in buttery crescent rolls, topped with parmesan cheese, egg, and a pesto mixture, and then baked until golden brown. They're perfect for tailgating, Football Friday, or your next potluck gathering.
If you love meatballs in tomato sauce, you're in for a real treat with these crescent roll bombs. Each bite gives you a meaty burst of flavor and is deliciously cheesy. Enjoy as a snack or lovely appetizer.
This easy hors d'oeuvre will wow your guests. It features a crab meat mixture that's amazingly flavored with a hint of spice, and it's equally pleasing when served as a side with soups and salads.
Calling all jalapeno popper lovers, this recipe is for you. Jalapenos and onions are slathered with creamy cheese and enveloped in layers of flaky and buttery crescent rolls. It's like a veggie pizza and a lovely, entertaining recipe idea.
Do you want a recipe to throw together for Super Bowl or food-sharing evenings in minutes? These garlic knots are the perfect baked goods that will please everyone. Cheesy and buttery, with that hint of garlic and refreshing parsley, they are the kind of bites everyone will devour—so make a double batch.
The ingredients are a bit unusual, but the result is anything but amazingly tasty. This mouthwatering sweet treat comes with apple-filled crescent rolls topped with butter, cinnamon, sugar, and vanilla and baked in Mountain Dew or 7up. Try it out!
Deliciously flaky with a creamy lemon cheesecake filling, these mini crescent rolls are a heavenly indulgence. Every bite bursts with sweet and tangy flavors, and you can easily freeze them before baking for an easy make-ahead treat.
These breakfast roll-ups are baked in less than 30 minutes and are hearty with a sausage, egg, and cheese filling. It's a no-fuss recipe that's meant to be shared.
Well, talk about an indulgent treat that every sweet tooth will love. Snack-size Mars bars are rolled into the crescent dough, baked until golden brown, and drizzled with melted chocolate and caramel bits. It's a chocolate and caramel lover delight.
Crispy bacon, cheddar cheese, and a creamy chicken mixture amazingly flavor this crescent ring filling. It looks equally pleasing to the eye and is an absolute crowd-pleaser.
Ham and Swiss cheese in sweet Hawaiian crescent rolls? What a fun take on classic Hawaiian sliders. They're ready in under 30 minutes and a wonderful grab-and-go lunch or picnic bites.
You don't need a campfire to enjoy these s'more bites. Gooey chocolate and marshmallows are all you need to create the favorite flavors of a s'more and wrap them in perfectly baked crescent rolls. What a treat.
I hope these uniquely flavored stuffed crescent roll recipes will give you plenty of ideas to make your next meal or party gathering extra special.
21 Must-Make Stuffed Crescent Roll Recipes
- 2 packages pillsbury reduced fat crescent rolls
- 250g deli-sliced roast beef
- 8 slices light provolone cheese
- 1 cup diced red onion
- 1 cup diced green pepper
- ½ cup light mayonnaise
- 2 garlic cloves, minced
- 1 teaspoon fresh-squeezed lemon juice
- Dash of salt & pepper
- Cook the diced onions and peppers in a frying pan using a little cooking spray, on the stove over medium heat. Sautee for 8-10 minutes.
- Preheat oven to 350F, lightly spray a large cookie sheet with some non stick spray.
- Roll out one of the crescent dough packs onto the cookie sheet, pinch together any open seams.
- In a small bowl mix together the aioli ingredients. Spread half of the aioli sauce onto the rolled out crescent dough.
- Add the sauteed peppers and onions, spread them out evenly. Top with the roast beef slices, then add the provolone slices.
- Spread the remaining aioli sauce on top of the cheese slices.
- Roll out the other crescent dough and lay it on top to cover it up, pinch seams together and pinch all the ends closed.
- Brush the top with a little egg wash, then bake in the oven for 25-28 minutes, until golden brown on the top.
- Cut into 20 squares, 4 down, 5 across, and serve warm. *You can make extra aioli sauce to serve with them for dipping.