Pesto basically makes up the 6th food group in the Oldenkamp household. I am so addicted to pesto. Since we grew it in our garden growing up it has been something I was basically raised on. Kirby and I even know grow it in our own garden and make 30+ recipes to freeze at the end of each season. Check out the Diaferio Homemade Pesto Sauce recipe here. These Easy Pesto Pinwheels are so delicious and the perfect thing for any gathering.
Every time I go to a party I usually whip these up because they take no time. They’re also always the first things to go. My mom taught me how to make these about a year ago and I just can’t stop. I will be honest that they’re a little messy to make. When you lay the dough out you need to make sure to pinch the perforations in the dough really well. If you don’t, the sauce will come out everywhere when rolling them.
This upcoming weekend is Easter Sunday and these would be the perfect treat to bring to your family gathering. If you’re looking for more delicious appetizer recipes check out my Goat Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms or my Crockpot Pepperoni Pizza Dip.
Have a great week!
|Prep Time||5 Minutes|
|Cook Time||10-12 Minutes|
- 1 Package Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls (can easily double this)
- 1/2 Cup Homemade Pesto (could also do store bought)
- Turn over to 350 degrees & make sure pan is greased.
- Open the crescent rolls and cut dough in half so you have two squares.
- Pinch the perforated lines together so the sauce doesn't spill out of them.
- Spread pesto sauce on both squares.
- Roll each square up and pinch the dough together to prevent sauce spilling out.
- Cut little pinwheels from each roll and place flat on sprayed pan. Keep in mind pinwheels while expand so make sure each has enough space.
- Put in the oven for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.
- Serve immediately.
heather noireMarch 27, 2018 at 1:43 pm
This looks so gorgeous and delicious as well. Thanks for sharing this 🙂
everydaychiffonMarch 27, 2018 at 5:49 pm
They’re super yummy girl!