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Can canned crescent rolls be prepped ahead of time?

mrsjagirard | Mar 31, 201402:27 PM     14

Hi there,

I'm planning on making some turkey/cheese stuffed crescent rolls using crescent roll dough from a can (tube?), but I'd like to prep them ahead of time so I can just pop them in the oven when my guests come over. If i open the dough ahead of time and stuff them with meat/cheese, will they be OK in the fridge for a couple hours or is it best to cook immediately? I don't work with dough a lot but I know it can be finicky.

Side note- if anyone else has a 5 ingredient or less SUPER SIMPLE recipe that can be prepped in less than 20 minutes, refrigerated for 2 hours and popped in the oven, I'll take any suggestions! (this would be to replace the crescent rolls) Was going to pair the crescents with a soup and salad.Thanks!

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