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Turkey & Cheese Crescent Rolls


My oldest son loves when I make these. 

They are simple and delicious, but also, very rich.  Even my bottomless pit teenaged son can barely eat a whole one alone. 

You make them with canned crescent rolls and what ever lunch meat and cheese you have.  The varieties for what you can stuff in here is endless. 

Turkey & Cheese Crescent Rolls

Serves 4 (normal people) or 2 (hungry people)

  • 1 Can refrigerated Crescent Rolls
  • 6 Thin slices turkey breast
  • 4 Slices Cheese (I used Yellow American)
  • Wax paper for rolling out dough

Preheat oven to the level indicated on the can of crescent rolls.

Open crescent rolls and divide entire roll in half so that you have two sets of 4 crescent rolls.

Take one half of roll and place between two pieces of wax paper.  Roll into a rectangle, getting it as thin as possible. If you get any tears in the dough just pinch them together again.  

Once flat, place two pieces of cheese and top with 3 slices of turkey.  Fold up into a rectangle pinching all sides together to seal completely.  Do the same with the other section of dough so that you end up with two sandwiches. 

Place seam side down on an ungreased baking pan.

Place in oven and allow to cook for 13 to 15 minutes, or until golden brown and flaky.

When done, remove baking pan and allow to cool for ten minutes.  Remove to a cutting board and cut each piece in half giving you 4 individual sandwiches. 

Serve and enjoy.

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2 responses to “Turkey & Cheese Crescent Rolls

  1. Eleyn April 25, 2011 at 8:24 PM

    Excited to try this!! Thanks to Google for bringing this up!

  2. Alia March 30, 2012 at 4:28 PM

    Mine are in the oven right now! We had turkey, but no bread…this is a great idea! I divided my crescent dough in fourths, though. So, now I have four hot pockets in the oven. I put the turkey and cheese on one side, folded over the dough and pinched the edges w/a fork. Hope they come out yummy! Thanks for the idea!

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