I have been making crescent roll rings for years. My family loves them. They are so easy to make and so yummy!!! There are so many different recipes for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You can even make up your own with leftovers or what you have in the fridge. It’s also a great way to get kids to eat veggies. Doesn’t everything taste good in a crescent roll :) Here is one I made today for lunch. It’s a sliced ham and shredded cheese ring. Served with some yogurt and fruit. I’m going to show you how to make this and at the end share some of my favorite rings to make.
Step 1: Use a round pan or baking sheet. I used a round stone. You need two packages of Pillsbury Crescent rolls. Try to stick with these as the generic don’t quite work as well. Lay your crescent rolls onto the pan point side out. Keep going around until you’ve made a circle or a sun as my kids call it.
Step 2 : Add your ingredients. I made this for lunch so my kids wanted sliced ham and shredded cheese. Lay it out one ingredient at a time around the inside of the ring on the large end of the crescent roll.
Step 3: Enclose the ring by folding the pointed end of the crescent roll over the ingredients and tuck it underneath the large end. You will see a ring starting to take shape. Use your hands to form the dough like the pic below.
You can really put anything into your ring. Here are some of my favorites I’ve made:
Taco ring -1 pound of cooked ground beef with cheese and veggies. I serve salsa or guacamole in a bowl in the middle of the ring.
Pizza ring- sauce, cheese and whatever toppings you like. I put a salad in bowl in the middle of the ring.
Bacon, Egg and Cheese ring- so good!!! One of my favorites. Cook scrambled eggs and bacon before placing in ring.
Shredded chicken, broccoli and cheese ring – YUM! Add cooked chicken, other ingredients and bake.
Cheeseburger ring- 1 pound of cooked ground beef, cheese and bacon. The kids love this. I serve steak fries in the middle of the ring.
You can also do leftover rings like a Pot Roast, Meatloaf or Turkey and potato ring.
For more recipes you can go to www.pamperedchef.com
Have fun trying these and coming up with some new ones. Share them with me :)