Greek Crescent Rolls

Greek Crescent Rolls

Let me introduce you to my latest must make recipe! Seriously y’all, the recipe idea sounded great in my head, but the end result was even better than what I could have imagined!

Greek Crescent Rolls

Layers of buttery, flakey crescent roll dough, wrapped around creamy Litehouse OPA Kalamata Feta dressing, and filled with tasty ingredients like sun dried tomatoes, spinach & garlic, OMG yum!

Greek Crescent Rolls

This scrumptious appetizer takes bite-sized finger food to the next level at a party, is perfect for snacking on while watching some football (12 days until College Football is back, wooooo hooooo!), or just whip it up on a Tuesday, because it’s a simple dish that’s so delicious, it’s worthy of eating anytime, anywhere!

Greek Crescent Rolls

I shared this tasty crescent roll creation with my neighbor last week, he made steak for dinner and I told him I’d bring the appetizer.

Needless to say, we were eating well that night!

Greek Crescent Rolls Ingredients

Ingredients

Preheat the oven to 375°.

Combine the sun dried tomatoes, spinach, green onions, oregano, garlic & feta in a large bowl.

Greek Crescent Rolls Recipe

Toss everything together, then set aside.

Roll out the crescent roll dough, press perforations together.

Spread ½ cup of Litehouse dressing over each roll of crescent dough.

Greek Crescent Rolls Recipe

Divide the spinach, tomato mixture evenly across both rolls of dough.

Greek Crescent Rolls Recipe

Roll the dough over the filling.

Greek Crescent Rolls Recipe

Slice in 1 inch sections.

Greek Crescent Rolls Recipe

Place the rolls touching in an oven safe dish.*

*The dish I’m using is 10 ½ inches in diameter and fit all of the rolls perfectly.

Greek Crescent Rolls Recipe

Place in the oven and bake for 20 minutes (or until the crescent rolls are golden brown).

Greek Crescent Rolls

Like I said earlier… OMG YUM!

Greek Crescent Rolls

They smell like pizza when they’re baking, and taste like heaven when they’re done!

The 10 minutes it takes you to toss these together, will be the best spent 10 minutes of your day week life! Ok, maybe I’m going a little overboard with the life thing, but basically what I’m saying is, make these, make these now ;-)

Greek Crescent Rolls

I drizzled a little extra Litehouse Kalamata & Feta Dressing over the top… because you really just can’t get enough of the creamy goodness!

Greek Crescent Rolls

After all, the dressing did inspire this recipe, and for that, I will forever be grateful ;-)

But seriously, creamy greek yogurt mixed with real kalamata olives, onion, bell pepper and spices, you just can’t beat it! Pour it onto soft, flakey crescent rolls filled with tasty goodness and you’ve got yourself a seriously winning combination!

Greek Crescent Rolls

Pick one up and dig in!

Greek Crescent Rolls

♣ Vegetarian Option: This recipe is vegetarian.

♦ Gluten Free Option: Substitute gluten-free crescent roll dough to make this recipe gluten-free. I found this recipe online, and while I haven’t tried it myself, it looks pretty simple and the end result looks good!

Greek Crescent Rolls

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Yield: app. 15 rolls

Greek Crescent Rolls

Ingredients

  • 2 (8 oz) cans crescent roll dough
  • 1 cup Litehouse OPA Kalamata Feta Dressing
  • 1 cup sun dried tomatoes
  • 1 cup fresh spinach (chopped)
  • ¼ cup green onions (chopped)
  • 1 tbsp dried oregano
  • 4 cloves garlic (crushed)
  • ½ cup Litehouse Feta Cheese

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 375°.
  2. Combine the sun dried tomatoes, spinach, green onions, oregano, garlic & feta in a large bowl.
  3. Toss everything together, then set aside.
  4. Roll out the crescent roll dough, press perforations together.
  5. Spread ½ cup of Litehouse dressing over each roll of crescent dough.
  6. Divide the spinach, tomato mixture evenly across both rolls of dough.
  7. Roll the dough over the filling.
  8. Slice in 1 inch sections.
  9. Place the rolls touching in an oven safe dish.
  10. Place in the oven and bake for 20 minutes (or until the crescent rolls are golden brown).
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