What could be better than Bacon and Pepper Jack cheese being all rolled up in some buttery, flaky crescent dough??  It could not be easier, and makes the perfect game day snack. Or…dinner?

Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent Rolls

Eric and I live in a really beautiful neighborhood that we have no business being in. Seriously, the house next to us looks like it’s straight out of Better Homes and Gardens, down to the adorable shutters and trendy gutter drain. (Yes, really.) And then there’s our house. The Ugly rental Duckling of the street. Peeling paint, shabby doorstep, and now a dead lawn to boot. That can happen when you forget to water it …for months at a time.

Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent Rolls

I somehow just found out that Northern California is in a drought, so no one is supposed to be watering their lawns anyway. Hopefully all my neighbors noticed, and instead of thinking we were bad housekeepers thought, Hey, way to save the planet. (also, try not to be disgusted that I didn’t know my own state was in a drought. I have a hard time watching the news.)

Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent Rolls

In other watery-related news, all of the soap dispensers in my house are empty. Every. Single. One. We’re even past the point of adding a little water to the last teaspoon of soap to stretch it out further. When I use the bathroom I walk all the way to the kitchen to wash my hands, only to remember that that soap dispenser is also empty, and that’s when I resort to using dish soap. #firstworldproblems I also want to point out that in the time it took me to type this paragraph, I could have filled every dispenser in the house 3 times. What’s wrong with me??

Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent Rolls

Check out these little guys. I felt so proud of myself for even remembering to make you something for the Super Bowl, but I guess I should have posted this last week since apparently the party started last Sunday. I don’t watch much TV, but Eric had the Niners game on (sniff…I’ll pretend to care for my family’s sake) and they kept showing lame commercials with famous people. I asked Eric what was with all the completely nonsensical unfinished commercials, and he told me that they are teaser commercials for the Super Bowl. Teaser commercials! I don’t know whether to be impressed or disgusted.

Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent Rolls

Whether you will be religiously watching the game or just gorging on cheesy-carby food while sitting in the same room with everyone else (this is me), you should definitely add these little rolls to your menu. They are so easy and so…well, bacon. What more do I have to say? I don’t think we will ever run out of things to put inside these magical crescent rolls, and for that I am forever grateful. This recipe only has 3 ingredients, 4 if you count the chives I threw on top in an attempt to make them look a little more grown-up. So easy! But just in case you need help with easy things (like filling soap dispensers), there are some how-to shots below.

Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent Rolls

PS–Guys. Why can’t I get into Twitter? Are you guys on Twitter? I have an account, and look, I even have a little blue bird over on my sidebar so that you guys can follow the sweet nothingness that I tweet. Every time I start reading my own feed I get bored that there are no pictures and think to myself, “Why am I not on Pinterest right now?” What am I missing?? Tell me the secret! @foodcharlatan

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Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent Rolls


Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent Rolls

5 from 3 votes
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 10 minutes
Total: 15 minutes
Servings: 8 Servings
What could be better than Bacon and Pepper Jack cheese being all rolled up in some buttery, flaky crescent dough??  It could not be easier, and makes the perfect game day snack. Or...dinner?


  • 6 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled
  • 8 half sticks Pepper-Jack cheese, from a block
  • 1 8-oz can refrigerated crescent roll dough
  • chives, dried, optional


  • Cook the bacon until crisp and then chop or crumble it.
  • Preheat the oven to 375 F.
  • Cut the pepper-jack into pieces that are about half the size of a stick of cheese. You could also just halve pepper-jack string cheese, if you can find it.
  • Unroll the dough. Place about a tablespoon of bacon on the wide end of the dough, then top with a stick of cheese. Roll them up and seal the edges so that all the cheese doesn't ooze out.
  • Place seam side down on a baking sheet that is lined with parchment paper or a silpat. Sprinkle with dried chives, if you want.
  • Bake at 375 for 10-12 minutes, or until golden brown. Serve by themselves or with ranch or marinara sauce for dipping.


Source: adapted from Parsley Sage Sweet


Serving: 1roll | Calories: 73kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 7g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 3g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 12mg | Sodium: 116mg | Potassium: 33mg | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 14IU | Calcium: 8mg | Iron: 1mg
Course: Bread
Cuisine: American
Calories: 73
Keyword: bacon, cheese, crescent rolls, pepper jack
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Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent RollsPile on some bacon…

Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent RollsCut up some pepper-jack.

Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent RollsAdd the cheese

Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent RollsRooooooll it up

Bacon & Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent RollsDon’t forget to seal the edges, you don’t want all that cheese oozing out!



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  1. I just ran across your Bacon Pepper Jack Crescents from the Berry. I must say I love The Food Charlatan! I totally agree with the lack of interest in Twitter, also love pictures of food and flowers and animals and well, all the pretties! I can’t wait to try so many of your recipes! Thank you.

    1. Aw thank you Carin! What a great way to start my Monday morning :) You’re sweet! Let me know which recipes you try out, I’d love to hear from you. (But don’t bother tweeting me about it. Haha! just kidding :)

  2. Love these rolls! All that gooey cheese and bacon is so darn tempting! Definitely going to have to try these rolls very soon. pinned! :D

  3. These look yummy! I have finicky kids who don’t like pepper jack. Could I sub with some mozzarella cheese maybe?
    On a side note, I just bought one of those lysol automatic soap dispensers with the soap refill cartridges. Yeah, we’ll see how often I remember to buy those!

    1. Hey Sarah! Yes, you could sub any kind of cheese you want! It would be super easy, just use cheese sticks cut in half.

      And good luck with your soap cartridges. It’s gotta be better than my watery soap!!

  4. Karen, these are brilliantly simple and delicious! I love love love this idea. And I’m the saaaaame way about the soap thing. Why are things like that so hard to do?? Funny! Now that the 49ers are out (#sorrynotsorry I’m from Seattle), you can cheer for the Seahawks! Right?? :)

    1. Thanks Erin! It’s hard to mess up a stuffed crescent roll, you know? They’re just so good and full of fat.

      And I will cheer for the Seahawks, Erin, just because you told me too :) If I ever look up from my plate, that is.

    1. Hey Emma! You can find this in the grocery store where they sell all the refrigerated canned biscuits. Pillsbury is a popular brand, I always use a generic brand because I’m cheap :) It comes in a long thin tube and it is just called Crescent roll dough, or something similar. Hope this helps!! (You can also do an image search for refrigerated crescent roll dough).

  5. Awesome, this is going to be snack #1 for my Superbowl party! A party which may consist of just me and dad – but hey, more stuffed crescent rolls for us!
    You must admit I tried to tell you a drought was coming- I know you think I say that every year! Dang semi-arid desert we call home…

    1. Any party that includes these rolls is going to be a fun party, no matter who’s there, so I think you’re good.

  6. My soap dish is the laundry basket. Its so much more fun to go through it each morning and try to find a matching pair of socks, then to put it away. These rolls look delicious!

    1. Oh don’t even get me started on the laundry basket Laura. I have 2 sitting at the foot of my bed right now. And they will always be there, until they make a folding machine that will someday reside in every modern home right next to the dryer. I should invent that. I’d make millions.

  7. Pick and choose your social media. :) I go through phases where I use Twitter, but I am FAR from a regular Tweeter. And if I could figure out how to delete my Google+, I would, because I don’t have any desire to figure out how to use it.

    I need to try stuffing crescent rolls with things!

    1. I like your philosophy, Claire, I think I am going to start picking and choosing! I’m glad I never bothered starting a Google+ account, it doesn’t really seem to be going anywhere. Or at least I don’t know because I’m not there! Haha. I’ll keep it that way.

      And yes, you SHOULD start stuffing things in crescent rolls!!

  8. I spent over thirty years not even caring about the Superbowl, but then my son became a football fanatic and my quiet, football free existence disappeared. Now I volunteer to host the party so I have a chance to try out new Pinterest recipes. I should have a jersey made that says “Pinterest #1” on it.

  9. Karen, I can totally relate to the soap dispenser situation. Also, I don’t love the lack of pics on twitter either. I’m thinking twitter is for the birds! And these stuffed crescent rolls look amazing!

  10. We rent our house too, and last year was the first year that we got our grass to stay green all summer. But it took a million sprinklers, lol! This looks awesome. I love stuff like this.

    1. I believe it Chels! Every time we turn on the sprinklers I’m like AGAIN?? But now we’re in a drought so I’m off the hook. Hooray?

  11. I hate when the soap dispensers run out! That’s when I bust out the bar soap. And not cutesy guest bathroom style bar soap. I mean a big hunk of Dove bar soap that I use in the shower. Classy me. Better than nothing?

    I suck at Twitter too, so you’re not alone. If you figure it out, let me know. Haha!

    And these crescent rolls look so good! And here I decided to cut back on carbs starting yesterday. But I can indulge a little if it’s for the Superbowl right? I mean, it’s not like I’m there for the football. We all know I’m there for the food. And the commercials.

    1. Okay Natalie well at least you’re using bar soap and not admitting to the internet that I’m basically washing my hands with bubbly water. Oops.

      And I will let you know if I figure out this Twitter thing! I followed you back! I just realized that you followed me a while ago. I couldn’t remember my Twitter password and was too lazy to reset it, so I haven’t been on in forever. That’s how into it I am! hehe.

      And you decided to cut back on carbs THIS WEEK?? When we’re about to have a dip party?? I mean, a football party?? Right… :)

  12. Ahhh these look so good! Cheese and bacon in a crescent? Yesah please! I have hard time getting into twitter too. I’m also terrible at Facebook, I’m trying to be better because it’s a great way to build your viewership and connect with other bloggers, but I find myself just not having enough time to fully devote myself to every social media outlet. Ughhhh..

    1. I’m so glad I’m not the only one Nicole! And I hear you about the time thing. Social media is a huge time sucker. It can be a little overwhelming, especially since there are so many mediums now. AND we’re supposed to cook and take beautiful photos. Ha! :)

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