Using crescent rolls to make a grilled sandwich is a great switch from they typical slice of bread. This is really just a grilled cheese taken up a couple notches. I decided to call it a crescentini 🙂
The crescentini was a home run, delicious, easy to make, and served with a salad makes it a complete meal. There are so many variations on how you could make this sandwich.
Add thinly sliced grilled chicken, grilled steak or even tomato. You could also serve it with sweet potato fries or pasta salad. So much variety, so much goodness. This is the perfect lunch sandwich.
Avocado Bacon Cheese Ingredients
- Black pepper bacon, 8 slices, cooked crisp
- 2 small avocado, thinly sliced
- Slices of aged white cheddar cheese
- 1 can of Pillsbury crescent rolls
Avocado Bacon Cheese Directions
Divide crescent rolls into 4 squares (keep 2 of the triangles together).
Press seams together on each of the four squares.
Then cut each of the squares in half creating 8 smaller squares.
Pour a small amount of olive oil onto your griddle and heat. When griddle is hot place all 8 squares on pan and cook for 3-4 minutes on medium-high heat.
Flip squares over and place cheese on each square and then top 4 of the squares with 2 slices of bacon and 1/2 of an avocado each. Cook another 3-4 minutes.
When cheese is slightly melted place the cheese only square, cheese side down, on top of bacon and avocado square.
Using a heavy pan press sandwich together to create a crescentini.
Cook until cheese is fully melted.
Serve with side salad, fruit salad, pasta salad or if you need a little more hearty lunch serve with sweet potato fries.