Crescent Roll-Ups Four Ways

by Wendy Copley on May 28, 2015

Crescent Roll-ups Four Ways -- These are EASY and great for snacks or lunch boxes

A few months ago I started making ham and cheese crescent rolls for the boys’ lunches (and many, many after school snacks). Whenever I post a lunch with one of these rolls in it, I get a few questions about how I make them. They are ridiculously easy! So easy, in fact, that I decided to show how I put them together in a quick video.

The technique is pretty basic, so it’s easy to adapt it to any ingredients you have on hand. No cheddar? Put in a little jack cheese! Vegetarian? Pesto will do just fine.

Watch this short video to get the details:

(The lunch box in the video is made by EasyLunchboxes.)

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  • Aimee Londono

    I love this idea about crescent rolls 4 ways. I read this the other day and just purchased 2 tubes of crescent rolls this morning. I will be making some this weekend. Do you think I would be able to make these ahead of time and freeze them? This way I can just pop them in the microwave or just place in the lunchbox once school starts (maybe it would be thawed out by then)?

  • ab

    i had the same question…does she serve these cold in school lunches…fresh out of fridge?

  • Hey guys! Sorry for the late reply to these questions. I usually refrigerate the roll-ups and put them into the lunch boxes in the morning. They are room temperature by lunch time. I have not tried freezing them because my family eats them too quickly, but I bet that would work pretty well. I’d love to hear how it works if you try it!

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