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Caprese Croissant with Melty Cheese and Tomatoes

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Hot, melty, cheesy croissants are a staple on the side of every plate in this house. But why stop with just cheese!

It is so easy to take a normal piece of bread and turn it into something exciting, which is exactly what I did in these amazingly delicious Caprese Croissants.

Cheesy croissant with melted cheese and tomatoes

This custom recipe for ooey gooey cheesy Caprese will make you want more.

With the aromatic and light flavor of garlic and basil, combined with cheese shredded fresh off the block from Sargento, your tomatoes are just marinated in nothing but love.

This easy to make appetizer (better make two batches!) is a family favorite in my house and sure to be in yours.

As a bonus this recipe can be made in mere minutes by any skill level chef, making it so simple to complete and then eat!

Of course you already know I love Caprese.

There is nothing I love more than simple ingredients like cheese and tomatoes coming together to create perfection.

perfect side dish with cheesy bread appetizer

And this Caprese croissant is no exception to a perfect Italian side dish or a whole plate full of appetizers for an upcoming party.

Caprese Croissants

Simple ingredients make for incredible dishes, just look how easy it is to make!

  • 1 tablespoon freshly chopped basil
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  • 2 cups Sargento® Shreds Mozzarella Cheese
  • 1 package of Wild Wonders Gourmet Tomatoes – halved
  • 1 package of Crescent Rolls

Meal Prep: Traditional Caprese recipes call for Mozzarella, but Sargento® Shreds has a ton of mixed options and all are delicious. Get creative and make a variety of cheesy pull apart breads.

sargento mozzarella cheese in a bag fresh off the block

With this $1 off 2 Sargento Shreds Coupon here on the Publix website, you can grab more than one flavor and go crazy with this recipe!

Cheesy Caprese Croissants Recipe

Heat oven according to your crescent roll package.

Make note that many rolls do not require you spray the pan as it can burn the bottom of your rolls, so make sure you check before automatically spraying.

In a bowl combine your Sargento® Shreds Cheese, Garlic, Fresh Basil, and halved tomatoes and stir until all combined.

You will LOVE how good everything smells when stirring!

handfull of mozzarella cheese going into bowl with spices   mix up your cheese, tomatoes, basil and garlic recipe Open your crescent package and lay out your rolls, which look like triangles, on your baking pan.

Scoop a healthy spoonful onto each roll near the fat end and then tightly roll your crescents up, folding your cheese and tomatoes inside.

You will notice that some of your ingredients are spilling out and that is just fine!

add caprese mixture into croissants   roll up pillsbury dough

Finish all your crescents and then put in oven according to packaging, mine took 12 minutes, monitoring it for done.

CHEFS NOTE: If you want a more golden brown topping, pull out 2 minutes before the rolls are done and baste on a light egg white wash on the top of your rolls.

This will make sure they are golden brown when you take them out.

bake your caprese croissants bread

Serve with a side of Balsamic Vinegar Reduction.

Its best to eat these while the cheese can be enjoyed all hot and perfect.

bowl of flaky crusty croissants that will go quickly   best to eat caprese croissant while the cheese is hot and melty

Remember that you can pick up your cheese at an amazing price at Publix by using this coupon: $1 off 2 Sargento Shreds Coupon

Just head over to Publix website and search for “SARGENTO” to find it!

Looking for more Caprese Recipes full of cheese?

  1. Ensalada Caprese with Pear
  2. Hot Caprese Dip
  3. Easy Pasta Caprese
  4. Caprese Salad
  5. Caprese Salad Salsa
  6. Caprese Sandwich Sliders
  7. Caprese Skewers
  8. Caprese Lady Bug Appetizer

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Caprese Croissant Recipe with Melty Cheese and Tomatoes
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
10 mins
Total Time
15 mins
 

Caprese Croissant Recipe with Melty Cheese and Tomatoes, Hot, melty, pull apart cheesy croissants is the BEST appetizer or side dish for ANY meal, done in under 10 minutes and SO EASY 

Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: Italian
Keyword: caprese, rolls
Servings: 8 people
Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon freshly chopped basil
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  • 2 cups Sargento® Shreds Mozzarella Cheese
  • 1 package of Wild Wonders Gourmet Tomatoes – halved
  • 1 package of Crescent Rolls
Instructions
  1. Heat oven according to your crescent roll package.
  2. Make note that many rolls do not require you spray the pan as it can burn the bottom of your rolls, so make sure you check before automatically spraying.
  3. In a bowl combine your Sargento® Shreds Cheese, Garlic, Fresh Basil, and halved tomatoes and stir until all combined.
  4. You will LOVE how good everything smells when stirring!
  5. Open your crescent package and lay out your rolls, which look like triangles, on your baking pan.
  6. Scoop a healthy spoonful onto each roll near the fat end and then tightly roll your crescents up, folding your cheese and tomatoes inside.
  7. You will notice that some of your ingredients are spilling out and that is just fine!
  8. Finish all your crescents and then put in oven according to packaging, mine took 12 minutes, monitoring it for done.
  9. CHEFS NOTE: If you want a more golden brown topping, pull out 2 minutes before the rolls are done and baste on a light egg white wash on the top of your rolls.
  10. This will make sure they are golden brown when you take them out.
  11. Serve with a side of Balsamic Vinegar Reduction.

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1stopmom

I love making appetizers and this would BE perfect for my family. They wanted something different and with no MEAT.I can’t wait to make this!