Does anyone else still have gobs of leftover Easter candy? I am not sure what to do with all this stuff, but at this rate we will be eating Peeps well into June. One of our favorite things to bake are crescent rolls. They are so easy to make and you can dress them up or down with lots of different fillings. I got to thinking of some crescent roll recipes that we could make with our leftover Easter candy and came up with these Easter Candy Crescents.
Supplies you will need:
- Tube of crescent rolls
- Leftover candy
- Cooking spray
Open up your tube of crescent rolls, unroll and separate as usual. Before you roll them up to put in the oven, add some of your leftover Easter candy. I used jelly beans, peeps and sour patch bunnies.
You will want to cut your peep in half since a whole peep will be way too big to roll up into a crescent roll. Here is the poor peep cut in half. We hardly knew ye, peep.
Bake as instructed on package. After 12 minutes our rolls started to turn a nice shade of brown. Remove from oven and tray and place on a plate.