Pillsbury crescent rolls can turn even the laziest person into a master baker. They are meticulously made with the sole purpose of making you feel like you are in the bakery while making them in your kitchen. I love them, and my family loves them, and here’s the main reason why: they are versatile, and you can have them with virtually everything on almost any occasion! So what are some vegetarian Pillsbury crescent rolls ideas?
You can make cinnamon rolls, Nutella rolls, cheese rolls, dipping sticks, spinach rolls, nut rolls, or apple pie rolls.
Vegetarian Pillsbury crescent rolls are a great way to watch your health or maintain a vegetarian lifestyle. They are very versatile and offer you so many options. Therefore, I will give you some vegetarian dinner ideas for your Pillsbury crescent rolls in the following paragraphs.
Making a Vegetarian Dinner with Pillsbury Crescent Roll Dough
Planning what to have for dinner may be a bother, but Pillsbury dough options make the process easier and more enjoyable. I had a blast experimenting with a number of vegetarian options, and here are my favorites!
Cinnamon rolls are one of the most frequent uses of Pillsbury crescent rolls. Even though they are not a classical dinner idea, many seem to enjoy them as the last meal for the day, and for a good reason too.
This recipe will need nothing more than butter, sugar, and cinnamon. Mix the sugar and cinnamon in a bowl. Smear some butter on each Pillsbury crescent roll triangle and sprinkle the cinnamon and sugar mixture on the butter.
Pop them in the oven and bake at 150 °C, i.e., 300 °F, for 15 minutes.
If you have a sweet tooth, you will definitely enjoy this idea. Smear a thick Nutella layer onto the surface of the Pillsbury crescent roll triangles and roll them up.
Bake your homemade Nutella rolls at 150 °C, i.e., 300 °F, for 15 minutes, and you’ll effortlessly get that luxurious French croissant feeling in your home.
Made with nothing more than your Pillsbury crescent roll triangles and grated cheese, these cheese rolls are as delicious as they are simple.
Smear a thick layer of butter onto the Pillsbury crescent roll triangles and put the cheese in the middle. Roll them nicely and smear butter again on the surface. I like to add some sesame or other seeds for extra texture.
Bake for 15 minutes at 150 °C, i.e., 300 °F. Enjoy!
You need to reshape the Pillsbury crescent roll triangles and make sticks. Make sure your sticks are thick enough to withhold the baking. If you have some leftover sauce or dip, any sauce or dip will do nicely; then this is your station.
They should be two-finger wide and two-finger thick. Smear the sticks with butter and sprinkle salt, pepper, and dried herbs on them. Bake at 150 °C, i.e., 300 °F, for 15 minutes.
If you have some spinach you don’t know how to use, give the spinach rolls a whirl, and you may just fall in love. This is my top option!
You can sizzle the spinach or use it fresh your call. Smear some butter on your Pillsbury crescent roll triangles and add the sizzled or minced spinach in the middle. If you don’t want to make rolls, you can make balls.
Either way, bake for 15 minutes at 150 °C, i.e., 300 °F.
If you like nutty things, this idea is for you. You can use crushed or whole nuts for this one. Smear honey on the Pillsbury crescent roll triangles and place the nuts in the middle. Make the rolls and pop them in the oven.
Bake for 15 minutes at 150 °C, i.e., 300 °F. Once they are ready, you can combine the nut rolls with orange or apple slices or pour some syrup over them. The nut rolls are a perfect way to finish your day.
Apple Pie Rolls
Although last on this list, you should by no means underestimate this idea. Mince or grate a few apples and pour sugar over them. You can also sizzle them if you like and use them fresh too.
Either way, roll it in a spoonful of the apple filling in the middle of each Pillsbury crescent roll triangle. Smear butter onto the surface of the rolls and pop them in the oven.
Bake at 150 °C, i.e., 300 °F, for 15 minutes. Once they are done, sprinkle cinnamon on them to get that classic apple pie feeling.
Are Pillsbury Crescent Rolls Vegan?
Pillsbury crescent rolls have been confirmed as vegan. They don’t contain any animal products or by-products, or animal-origin ingredients.
So, which one will you be making first? I’m looking forward to hearing from you in the comments below!
Vegetarian Pillsbury Crescent Spinach Rolls
- 10 oz spinach chopped
- 1 can Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
- 1 tbsp butter
- ½ tsp salt
- You can sizzle the spinach or use it fresh — your call.
- Smear some butter on your Pillsbury crescent roll triangles and add the sizzled or minced spinach in the middle.
- If you don't want to make rolls, you can make balls.
- Either way, bake for 15 minutes at 150 °C, i.e., 300 °F.
- Enjoy your delicious vegetarian dinner idea!