So, this happened. I am such a sucker for little kid requests. Remember how I had a few extra crescent rolls leftover from making a certain recipe and so I created honey blueberry cheese danishes, well it was this and it was so popular with the kids that they’ve been requesting it nonstop which means I had better blog about it for all of those other kiddos out there. Plus let’s be honest, anyone would love a nutella peanut butter and jelly crescent rolls. Hello gooey deliciousness! It’s totally like our favorite grilled peanut butter nutella banana sandwich that I’ve been telling you to try!
And because this really isn’t the norm for lunch or a snack or even dessert I couldn’t help but think about a few of the odd sandwiches I had growing up and I wonder if you all ate them too. Actually, this one I’m sure was just me and it only happened when I was little, but I would sneak fruit loops or other cereals (apple jacks come to mind) onto my peanut butter and jam (because we grew up on freezer jam, not jelly) sandwiches.
I know! Lol, it doesn’t even sound good to me now, but it sure tasted good to me then. I don’t even know if my mom and dad knew that I did that. I certainly wouldn’t be supportive if my kids did it. Plus, gross! And my girlfriend actually eats peanut butter, mayo tomato sandwiches. GAG.
And this one I still kind of think sounds good, but as I don’t eat many sandwiches (usually because I’m having leftovers, salads etc) I haven’t attempted it again, but I loved my deli sandwiches with a couple of crunchy chips on them. Maybe some sandwich shop should try it and invite us out for a sampling. So, who else has an odd sandwich for me?
- 1 package Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
- Peanut Butter
- Jam (we love strawberry)
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
- Place parchment paper on a pan and separate each crescent roll. Spread each one with nutella, peanut butter and jam and roll closed. Bake for 10-14 minutes or until golden. Allow to cool for 5 minutes before serving.