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15 Thanksgiving Apps You Can Make With A Can Of Crescent Dough

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3. Use that extra can of cranberry sauce that your nephew's date so ~thoughtfully~ brought to make a nutty, cheesy ring.

mymoderncookery.com

It walks you through making cranberry sauce from scratch, but you could totally substitute the canned stuff. Here's the recipe.

5. Comfort anyone who complains about how bland turkey is with these roasted garlic and jalapeño cheese rolls.

savorytooth.com

For those of us looking for shortcuts, pickled jalapeños would be just as delicious as the fresh ones. Here's the recipe.

7. Set the eager young person who really wants to help but is kind of just getting in the way to making these crescent-wrapped asparagus spears.

simplysated.com

They definitely take a few steps to finish, but they're tasty and fancy and can be easily prepped on the dining room table. Here's the recipe.

8. Sprinkle any extra green onions leftover from stuffing prep onto the dough, add some parm, roll, slice, and pop in the oven.

thegraciouswife.com

Tbh you can sprinkle on whatever leftover ingredients you have — extra cooked sausage, breadcrumbs from a casserole, — and these will turn out well. Here's the recipe.

13. Make room for leftovers by wrapping up last week's lunchmeat and serving the mini-reubens with thousand island for dipping.

spendwithpennies.com

You could also do this with ham and cheese, but I wouldn't necessarily serve those with mayo for dipping. :) Here's the recipe.

14. Occupy the kids by asking them to make these cheesy sausage meatball bite roll things.

pillsbury.com

It's really hard to mess up a random mixture of sausage, bread, and cheese, so you can (probably) trust them with this one. Here's the recipe.

15. Make things as easy as possible on yourself by plunking a wheel of brie in the middle of the flaky dough.