First off, pardon for the temporary silence. Life got very busy very quickly and I’ve hardly been able to keep up. However, that hasn’t kept me from working on a lot of ideas and a lot of content. There’s a lot to come, including more interviews, more recipes, and a full recap of what Whole30 was for me (in short: it wasn’t. More on that later).
Secondly, I wanted to pop in to provide a quick recipe that I made in conjunction with preparing some vegan wellingtons, using leftover crescent roll dough that I inevitably have after I wrap up the six servings.
I haven’t thought of a snappy name yet, but they are crescent roll-up desserts and they’re way too easy to make. Here’s what you need:
- Crescent roll dough (I use Immaculate Baking)
- Chocolate chips
- Berries or bananas
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. If the dough you’re using is from a store-bought roll, open the can and separate the triangles. Otherwise, cut the dough into triangles and lay out on a sprayed cookie sheet. Fill what is the base of the triangle with a few chocolate chips and your fruit of choice (I used banana) not much farther past an inch. Roll up the dough thick side first and pop into the oven. It should take about 12-14 minutes to cook.
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That’s just one way to make the roll-up desserts but there are probably tons of different ingredients you could use. If you decide to make some for yourself, let me know what you end up using, and send me a picture! I’ll make sure to add it to this post.