Tuesday, June 5, 2012

easy.quick.yummy.

 

 Is it snack time? 
How about some Crescent Roll-ups?
If you happen to have a tube of crescents in your fridge this is such an easy, quick and yummy snack. It's so versatile too, you can use whatever filling you want!
I have tried pepperoni and cheese filling dipped in pizza sauce, suggested by the lovely Becky B.
And my friend Amy over at Love on High Heat has gone all fancy and tried Buffalo Chicken Blue Cheese & Roast Beef Provolone. (Her food always looks ah-mazing, I think I should hire her as my personal chef, interested Amy? haha.)

Anyways the fillings I used were:
Smore inspired- Graham Cracker, Chocolate, Marshmallow
and
Peanut Butter, Chocolate,  Banana

 The Smore Roll-up

 The Peanut-choco-nana Roll-up

Another perk to these goodies was that S could help put all the ingredients on the crescent and I rolled them up. T watched longingly from her seat, poor baby, atleast she had puffs to chew on.


I put them on parchment paper to make sure they wouldn't stick. There are 8 crescents in a tube so I made 4 of each kind. The smore ones were harder to wrap up because of the cracker edges (I have since been told maybe I should have crumbled up the cracker, duh!). Anyways those ones opened up a bit, but it wasn't a huge deal.


After they cooled we dug right in.


We were lucky because my favorite was the banana peanut-choco-nana and S liked the Smore. Of course we saved a couple for when daddy came home. Although he missed out because they were way better fresh out of the oven! 



4 comments:

  1. I think these are a great idea for when I'm babysitting my grandkids! I wonder how it would work to use mini marshmallows for the smore ones. Anyway, I plan to try these soon!
    Carolyn

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  2. YUM! YUM! YUM! These look sooooo goooood!! I love the pics of Sadie helping out...she's so adorable!! :) Also, thanks for the shout-out! BTW...yesterday I was watching Paula Deen on the food channel and she made a monkey bread using crescent rolls,(instead of canned biscuits), chocolate chips, etc. I thought it looked really good...you might want to check it out on Google too! :)

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  3. I love that Sadie is so into making them! How cute!! They do look amazing... and I'm all over the sweet fillings! Thanks for the shout out! I'd be happy to cook for you! I think that a cook and eat it night would be super fun!

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