I’m on a bacon roll. Looking into all sorts of recipes that would include bacon. Because, well, why not? I continued to be amazed at how bacon has found its way into all sorts of recipes, from sweet to savory and everything in between! So why not roll up a little California Club sandwich in a crescent roll? Bacon is a sure win, and how can you go wrong with some lime-drizzled avocado over melted pepper jack cheese?
One thing that I’ve learned from some of the crescent roll-ups that I’ve done in the past is that, our dough is a lot stretchier than you give it credit for. So yes, I know that the 12 squares will seem a little bit small when you stack up the ingredients, but you’d be surprised how much yumminess you can roll up if you knew how to ever so delicately nip and tuck, here and there 🙂
And okay, you’ll see that I got a bit carried away with the cheese (yet again). Feel free to use cheese slices, or go all out like I did with blocks of pepper jack. Hey, I like to spice things up. That’s just how I roll.
You Will Need:
- 1 can Immaculate Baking Co. ® refrigerated Crescent Rolls
- 1/2 lime
- 2 large avocados; perfectly ripe, peeled, pitted, and sliced
- 6-7 slices pepperjack cheese
- 12-14 bacon slices, cooked
Here’s How to Get the Dough Rolling:
- Heat oven to 350°F. Place avocado slices on a place or large bowl. Drizzle with lime and then sprinkle with salt as desired.
- Unroll dough into 1 large rectangle. Press into 12×9-inch rectangle, firmly pressing perforations to seal. Cut dough into 12 squares.Lay 1/2 of a slice of cheese in the middle. Lay 1 slice of avocado on top of cheese, and then one slice of bacon, broken in half. Finish with another slice of avocado if you really like avocados 🙂
- Fold the part of the dough pointing towards you over the stack of avocado, etc. Fold the left and right points over the middle and roll up the dough nearly all the way, seal tightly with no openings for ingredients to fall or leak out.
- Repeat steps with remaining ingredients. Bake as instructed on package for 12-14 minutes or until golden brown. Serve whole or cut in half at an angle with dip of your choice (if you wish).