Earlier the week before, inspired by a guest on the show I work on and by a recipe my aunt makes. I bought some Crescent rolls, some lunch meat and some cheeses at Kroger.

Last night I was SUPER hungry and wanted something fast and easy to make.

The time had come to combine all three of the ingredients spoken of above, plus a little sauce for a kick, to make some awesome turkey & cheese roll-ups.

Here are the ingredients:

L-R: Sliced oven roasted turkey breast, garlic & herb monterey jack cheese, reduced fat Pillsbury crescent, Kraft lite honey dijon dressing
L-R: Sliced oven roasted turkey breast, garlic & herb monterey jack cheese, reduced fat Pillsbury crescent, Kraft lite honey dijon dressing

Here’s how I made them:

1) Unravel crescent rolls onto a baking sheet, and preheat oven to 375. Put a dallop of the dressing on each triangle, spread evenly across the dough:

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2) Layer cheese onto triangles (I did half a slice onto each triangle):

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3) Layer one slice of turkey into each triangle (depending on size you could do half a slice), then roll up like so:IMG_4185

4) Normal baking time for crescent rolls is about 13 minutes at 375. After checking at 13 minutes I decided to put it back in the oven for another 5 minutes or so, just to make sure all the dough is cooked (because it’s a thicker circumference)!)

5) Put on your plate and eat up! What I love about this particular combo is you get the garlic taste, balanced with the sweet honey dijon and you get your protein in there too. Yummy, and SO easy to make. And cheap too!

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Enjoy 🙂

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