1 bowl of leftover spaghetti noodles with the leftover sauce/meat mixed in.
1-2 cans of crescent rolls (I used 2 for my crew-which made 16-and they are all gone)
*So, I took the crescent rolls and laid ONE out and sortof mashed it a little-just a little-to make a bigger surface area.
*Then, I took a fork and rolled spaghetti around it until I had a good bite sized bit of a roll.
*I very carefully slid the roll off onto the larger end of the triangle.
*Then, since my sauce had meat in it, I added a little dollup of meat right in the middle of the noodles. Then, you can put just a tiny bit of your choice of shredded cheese right there in the middle too.
*Take the two corners from the wide end (where the spaghetti is) and fold them to where the point is in the middle of the spaghetti pile.
*Take the other, long end of the roll and fold it tightly over the spaghetti pile. Roll it on around to the backside and you now have a pocket.
*If you like, you can put a little bit of shredded cheese on top here and it bakes on nicely.
*Repeat until you've used up all of your crescent rolls or spaghetti mixture.
*Bake these at 375 for about 14 minutes-or however long it takes your oven to make yummy crescent rolls.
(you can see a little spaghetti on the left-the kids had fun helping me roll these)
**Side note here...when I folded these, they looked like diapers :) I even joked to the kids about how we should call them "spaghetti diapers"...which made for all sorts of wonderful lunchtime conversation. Thus prompting me to seek out a new name for our cuisine.
**Another note: I did a very similar thing once with leftover Sloppy Joes. I put the crescent rolls into muffin tins and mashed them around like playdough until they fit in the muffin cup and resembled a bowl. I filled each cup with about a tablespoon of sloppy joe/meat mix and baked. They turned out SO yummy. We call those "Sloppy Bowls".
"Give us this day our daily bread.."