Pair these turkey and cheese crescent rolls with a hot bowl of cozy chicken noodle soup for a quick and delicious meal on even the busiest of days!
Why you’ll love it: This is a quick meal idea that everyone loves. It’s versatile — use any thin-sliced deli meat and cheese you like!
How long it takes: about 20 minutes
Equipment you’ll need: baking sheet
Servings: 4 (2 rolls each)
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Anyone else slightly freaked out that Thanksgiving is already this week? I can’t believe how quickly time is flying by. I’m making my lists and checking them twice. I’m hosting this year and I feel like I am not ready at all! But it’s my family, and I know no matter what, it will be great.
When I have a big event coming up at our house, I always make sure that I have simple dinners, like this sandwich and soup combo, planned for the days leading up to the big event. I’m excited to be teaming up with Annie’s to share this easy lunch or dinner idea.
These turkey and cheese crescent rolls are delicious and easy to make. They go well with a bowl of steaming soup, whether it’s store-bought or homemade. The crescent roll sandwiches go well with salads, too.
How To Make Crescent Roll Sandwiches
To make these easy sandwiches, I simply layer sliced turkey and provolone onto each crescent roll before rolling it up and baking it. You can bake them in your oven, toaster oven, or air fryer.
Make Your Own Combination
Vary the sandwiches by choosing different deli meats or cheese. There are so many choices — the combinations are endless. Try ham and Swiss, roast beef and asiago, or chicken and pepper jack.
Can You Air Fry Crescent Rolls?
Prepare the sandwiches as directed. Line the air fryer basket with a round of parchment paper, cut slightly smaller than the bottom of the basket to allow air flow.
Arrange the sandwiches in a single layer, sides not touching. You may have do cook them in batches. Cook at 300°F for 6 minutes. Using tongs, flip the sandwiches over, and continue to cook for 5 minutes or until golden brown (Pillsbury).
Turkey and cheese crescent rolls make a tasty meal that’s ready in less than 20 minutes!
Make Ahead Idea
The sandwiches can be prepped ahead. Simply cover the filled crescent rolls with plastic wrap and refrigerate them until you’re ready to bake them.
Easy Sides That Go With Soup
- Parmesan Crusted Pizza Grilled Cheese or Air Fryer Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
- Turkey Sliders or Pizza Sliders
- Vegetable Cream Cheese Roll Ups or Pickle Roll Ups with Ham
- Roasted Vegetable Wrap or Turkey Wrap
- Homemade Pepperoni Pizza Hot Pockets
- Gluten-Free Cracker Recipe Sweet Potato and Rosemary
- Homemade Cheez-Its (Cheddar Cheese Crackers)
- 1 tube (8 oz.) refrigerated crescent rolls
- 4 slices provolone cheese (or any deli cheese you prefer)
- 8 slices deli turkey meat (or any deli meat you prefer)
- Preheat oven to 350°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, if desired.
- Unroll crescent rolls. On top of each triangle, add ½ slice provolone cheese and one slice deli turkey. Roll up and place on pan.
- Bake for 11 to 14 minutes or until golden brown and cooked through. Cool slightly before serving.
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