Crescent roll dough can take your vegetarian dishes to the next level, and I have some amazing recipes for you that are anything but boring.
Easy dinners, comforting sides, fun appetizers, and even sweet bites, I've got you covered so you never run out of ideas.
And the vegetable-stuffed crescent rolls are so good that even the pickiest eaters will gobble them up. Let's have a look!
Let's start with some finger food. These mini appetizers are cheesy, packed with amazing flavors, and deliciously filled with spinach, minced garlic, and various cheeses. These cute crescent rolls are also low in points and can be enjoyed on a Weight Watchers program.
Crescent roll bites that are a guilt-free treat? I'm all for it. This dessert has a strawberry and cream cheese filling and is the easiest sweet you'll ever make. It's also a Weight Watchers-approved two-point dessert. Make it tonight!
This three-ingredient crescent roll recipe is deliciously filled with melted peanut butter and chocolate, which pairs well with buttery crescent dough. Serve as a dessert or appetizer, and expect no crumbs left.
Here's another sweet treat that will brighten up your table. It uses four ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. Apple sauce, cinnamon, and sweet sugar are twisted in buttery crescent dough and baked until golden brown. What's not to love?
Crescent rolls can also make beautiful and filling breakfasts, and this pie is a must-make if you're an egg lover. It's deliciously flavored and full of spinach and cheese to elevate your morning meal.
This pinwheel recipe is a lovely snacking treat. Cream cheese, ricotta, chocolate chips, vanilla extract, and a tad of icing sugar are wrapped in crescent dough. They are perfect for entertaining guests or your next Super Bowl feast.
If you love PB&J sandwiches, you'll love these yummy treats. Yep, you guessed it, it's peanut butter and jam all twirled up in buttery crescent dough. You also get a whopping 14 bakes in less than 20 minutes.
Here is something different. Whether you make this for dinner or take it to a potluck, this vegetarian crescent roll recipe is a winner. It's beautiful, packed with flavor, and filled with veggies and lovely cheeses—filling and delicious.
Roasted butternut squash, spinach, mozzarella cheese, paprika, and a chipotle sour cream sauce are rolled up in crescent rolls and baked until golden brown. Then, it's topped with seasoned warm butter—finger-liking good. Serve as a savory appetizer or a delicious snack.
Crispy, flaky, and filled with a deliciously flavored homemade vegetarian filling, these mini veggie sausage rolls are divine and hard to resist hot from the oven. But they are equally tasty cold, which makes them ideal for summer picnics or as a lunch box option.
Broccoli and cheese are an excellent pair for a crescent roll dough filling. This vegetarian dinner can't get any easier. It is deliciously seasoned and uses cottage cheese instead of mayonnaise for a healthier swap.
This Crescent Roll Veggie Pizza is an absolute crowd-pleaser and a great appetizer or Friday night movie snack. It has tons of fresh vegetables, but even non-veggie lovers will be pleased. It's deliciously seasoned with spices and flavored cheeses and super easy to make.
Who doesn't love a good homemade vegetable meal that's also beautifully presented? A mushroom-spinach-ricotta mixture, cooked and heartily seasoned, fills this crescent ring. It is super easy to assemble but looks like a restaurant-style meal everyone will want to devour.
This simple appetizer is full of flavor and pizzazz. Basil and sun-dried tomato pesto fill these fun twisters. Enjoy them as-is, or dunk them into your favorite sauces. It's fun, easy to make, and a crowd-pleaser.
These pinwheels are for you if you need a fast appetizer or light weeknight meal. And they are anything but dull. A bruschetta mixture, mozzarella cheese, olive oil, Pillsbury crescent rolls, and 10 minutes are all you need to present them at your table.
Who says eating a rainbow of vegetables is boring? These veggie bars come with a smooth, spreadable Ranch dressing mixture for a creamy touch in every bite. Make it for dinner, as an appetizer, or pop it in your lunch box.
Filled with mozzarella cheese and garlic-herb butter, these cheesy crescent bites are cute-looking and the perfect side rolls for any meal. This easy recipe takes only 20 minutes—so worth making!
Kids and adults will love these easy-to-bake treats. Fresh apples, cinnamon, a tad of coconut sugar, and butter are baked in crescent rolls until golden brown—make enough and expect second and third servings.
Craving something warm straight out of the oven? With an herbal onion cream cheese filling, these sandwiches are perfect for breakfast or a quick lunch or can be served as dinner rolls.
This easy bake is a lovely, quick dinner with lots of chopped green onion, red bell pepper, a little garlic, paprika, and Parmesan cheese that flavors an easy-to-make spinach dip filling. It's served between flaky layers of crescent rolls and then cut into squares—so good.
Perfect for a spaghetti meal, this quick and easy-to-make garlic bread is lovely seasoned, full of flavor, and a nice change from regular rolls or garlic toast.
This tart features Dijon mustard, grated cheese, and fresh asparagus. The ingredients are layered onto the dough and baked until golden brown. It's a simple vegetarian dinner that looks impressive and has lovely cheesy flavors.
Dinner rolls brighten any vegetarian dish, so we must present one more. These rolls are filled with extra butter, cheese, and lovely herbs. They are so flavorful that they can easily double as an appetizer or cheesy snack. You can also dunk them in soups, pasta sauces, or anything with gravy.
24. Crescent Samosa
These crescent samosas are a nice twist on the popular North Indian snack. And they are filling enough to serve for lunch or dinner. Potatoes, green chili, ginger, green peas, and lovely spices make up the samosa filling and are perfectly baked in crescent rolls. Serve with coriander chutney, date chutney, or spicy tomato sauce.
If you're not an asparagus fan, you might just become one with these crescent-wrapped delights. Seasoned and prepared asparagus is rolled into buttery dough topped with Boursin cheese. Once wrapped, they are all coated with grated Parmesan cheese and baked until golden brown. This vegetarian side dish is simply delicious.
Well, I hope this wonderful selection of vegetarian crescent roll recipes inspires you to cook something comforting tonight.
Remember to also check out this amazing selection of crescent roll casserole recipes (insert link) or stuffed crescent roll recipes (insert link) for more ideas on using crescent dough to make unique and quick meals.
25 Vegetarian-Friendly Crescent Roll Creations for Every Occasion
- 1 Reduced-fat Pillsbury crescent roll dough
- 2 cups chopped spinach fresh or frozen will work, just thaw if using frozen
- 6 oz jar artichoke hearts drained of all juices and chopped into small pieces
- 2 oz cream cheese softened
- ¼ cup fat free sour cream
- 1 teaspoon mined garlic
- Dash salt/pepper
- 3 tablespoon finely grated parmesan cheese
- ⅓ cup shredded mozzarella
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Spray a mini muffin tin with some nonstick cooking spray.
- Roll out the crescent dough, making sure all seams are sealed. Cut the dough into 16 squares.
- Place the dough pieces into the muffin cups and push down so they fit in nicely.
- In a bowl, mix all of the ingredients together (only use 2 tablespoon of the parmesan cheese in mixture, the other 1 tablespoon will be used to sprinkle on top).
- Spoon the mixture into the 16 crescent cups and then sprinkle the remaining 1Tbsp of parmesan cheese on the tops.
- Bake them in the oven for approx 16 min or until the crescent dough is a golden brown.
- Let them cool slightly before serving. Enjoy!