Hey guys! I hope your Tuesday is off to a great start! I’m sharing a quick and simple recipe today.
You will need:
1 can of crescent rolls
1/2 a stick of butter
garlic powder to your liking
aluminum foil for bottom of baking sheet
I whipped these garlic rolls up a few years ago when I thought we had garlic bread but didn’t and we wanted a type of bread with our pasta dinner. I typically have all the above on hand which makes these a breeze to make, and truth be told I think Brandon and Ellie would prefer these over garlic bread if they had to chose.
Start by preheating your oven to 350. Then line your baking sheet with aluminum foil. We don’t spray with cooking spray but you can if thats your preference. Roll out your crescent rolls like you normally would.
Then melt the butter.
When the butter comes out, add garlic powder. You could use fresh garlic, we just never have any. I don’t measure but I just add a dash of the garlic powder and stir.
I failed to get a picture of the next step, but I just spoon the butter mixture on each crescent roll then bake for 12 minutes or so (depending on your oven) but basically I go by the minimum time on the crescent roll can and take out when golden brown and crispy on the bottom.
We had these with spaghetti last night, but they are great with any pasta dish really.