Pepperoni and Cheese Crescent Roll-ups

"Very fun to make, and kids love them. Fast and easy lunch, snack or dinner. Easily doubled."
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Ready In:


  • 1 package Pillsbury Refrigerated Crescent Dinner Rolls
  • 32 slices pepperoni
  • 8 teaspoons mozzarella cheese


  • Lay out crescent rolls.
  • Place 4 slices of pepperoni on each (top with two) and then 1 tsp cheese on each.
  • Roll up, starting with large end first, like a crescent, and bake at 375 for 15 minutes.

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  1. Yum! I didn't roll them in cresent shape, I kept 2 cresent's in a rectangle shape and pressed them together, spread some spaghetti sauce on them, added pepperoni and I used string cheese, rolled them into sticks, sealing the ends... my kids went wild for them, I must admit I did too! also use some spaghetti sauce for a dip. Thanks for a great idea!
  2. Very easy and tasty recipe. I think perhaps a little bit of something could be added, next time I will try to add a little bit of ranch dressing to make it a little zestier. Made them and brought them to a cookout. They were all eaten really quick and several compliments. I love how quick and easy the recipe is. Thanks.
  3. These were very easy. I found that 1 teaspoon of shredded cheese was not nearly enough--I could not taste any cheese at all. Also, after 15 minutes at 375, the bottoms of the crescents were burnt. Still, I like the idea, so next time I will add more cheese and cook according to package directions. Thanks!
  4. These are quick, easy, and tasty! I have made them using both shredded and string mozzarella. The sting cheese was much easier to roll up. I also added garlic powder, sprinkling it onto the crescents prior to placing the pepperoni. Making these for dinner with a salad since we have to rush off to baseball practice and don't want a BIG meal.
  5. I had my 6 year old step daughter help me make these for dinner the other night. She loved that she could be in the kitchen and it was a simple dinner. The flavor was pretty much exactly what you would expect. Nothing spectacular but great to make with kids.


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