BEST CHEESE-STUFFED CRESCENT ROLLS
I love pizza. My gosh, I mean I LOVE pizza. It is a little bit of an obsession that started from when I was really little.
I love gourmet, handmade pizzas. You know, the types you find at nice restaurants where you can see the chef tossing the dough in the air, and then the sauce is beautiful and homemade and the toppings are all fresh such as freshly grated cheese or fresh chopped veggies. But, I also love a good ol’ pizza that you can order over the phone. It really makes for a delicious dinner that fills you up easily and makes for a tasty afternoon treat.
I love how the crust is thick, the cheese is melty and usually hard and it has a classic, unmistakable taste. Yet, as much as I love the pizza, the bread is usually my favorite part of the meal. Yep, you know, that cheesy, gooey and melty cheese that oozes out of a bread covered in oil and garlic.
It is so delicious and the garlicy taste is the best part. Oh, oh and my favorite part? The garlic butter you dip it in. It just enhances all the great tastes of the bread.
Everyone should have the recipe to make a delicious homemade garlic cheesy bread at home. It will be the highlight of your dinner party and you will have to make extras because these will fly!
Now this bread is good… Really good. Really really good. Really, really, really good. I promise – mouthwatering good. My kids were mad that I didn’t make more, so next time I am going to have to make a double batch. The best part is you can have this bread ready in 15 minutes.”
This is the best part…just 15 minutes and you can have your own homemade batch of cheesy bread at any time you would like!
1 can of General Mills® Pillsbury Crescents®
1/4 cup Kraft Mozzarella cheese
1/2 tsp of Italian Season
Handful of parmesan cheese
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Place the crescent rolls out on a pan.
Don’t seperate. You can press the seems together if you want.
Spread out the mozzarella cheese.
Fold up the sides of the bread to make a long top. Seal the edges.
Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and the Italian Seasoning …