As a college student, I’m always looking time-saving recipes. Using a few pre-made ingredients is something I am totally okay with doing, even as a self-proclaimed foodie. Enter Pillsbury, with their versatile doughs: from crescent rolls to pizza crust and biscuits to pie. It’s a great starting point for any recipe. Here are some bomb ideas to get you started.
Save your cash and time with these tiny treats you can make yourself. The end result is a delicious roll that looks like you spend hours slaving in the kitchen to create. Find out how to make them here.
Move over bagel bites. No microwave was used in the creation of these crafty rolls. Pre-heat your oven and check out the recipe here.
The perfect excuse to make an entire turkey…is just to re-use the leftovers. Make em’ with this recipe.
Perfect for more than Superbowl Sunday. Make them as an hors d’oeuvres or your main course. We won’t judge. Here’s how you make them.
Skip the line at your favorite brunch spot and DIY the only brunch recipe you’ll ever need. No really – there’s bacon, eggs, cheese, avocado, crescent rolls, and tomato. This is how you do it.
This desert is perfect for Easter.
Grab extra napkins from your dining hall and indulge in this sweet treat that’s ridiculously easy to make. No really, it only takes 15 minutes to prep and 35 to wait and salivate. Get the recipe here.
This is the recipe equivalent of “I’m on my way” when you’re still brushing your teeth. Your friends will never know it only took you ten minutes to prep this awesome desert. Get the know-how here.
It’s like a caramel apple but with a croissant. Skip the line at the fair and make it yo’self with this recipe.
You better brie-lieve it. Upgrade this classic pairing to make eight servings all for yourself. Check out this recipe to see how.
It’s totally acceptable to have pumpkin in the spring, right? And have them for breakfast, right? It is when you’re making these.
A mouthful to say but you’re also getting a lot of flavor for one recipe. These flavors work flawlessly together, don’t believe me? Try it out yourself with this recipe.
Instead of waiting in line at the corner coffee cart, make this hazelnut treat yourself. You can’t deny Nutella is always a good idea. Here’s how to do it.
Don’t wait till Shabbat to try out this recipe. Make it with this recipe.
#SpoonTip: If you don’t have apricot jam, you can replace it with almost any other jam.
We already know you’re a class act but you can feel even chicer with these in tow. Try your hand at making these brie and jam puffs – I dare you not to lift your pinky finger. Watch how you can do it here.
Lazy and delicious… but probably not too nutritious. Take some of the work out of this sweet recipe with the help of Pillsbury.
As Homer Simpson would say, is there anything donuts can’t do? The answer is no. More importantly is there anything Pillsbury Biscuit dough can’t do? Again the answer is no. Make these with this recipe.
Half the effort, one full meal. It’ll take about an hour to have this bad boy done but the end result is a hearty, delicious dinner. Make it with this recipe.
This recipe is crazy easy. With three ingredients in total, your wallet will be happy too. Ditch the delivery guy and try making these knots yourself with this recipe.
When Nutella is in the mix there’s no telling what might happen. Actually, I can predict not a crumb will be left over. Nutella ftw. Here’s how you make it.
This dessert pizza is the best of both worlds – pizza and cheesecake. In theory, it sounds like a bad idea, but with this recipe, you can enjoy both without sacrificing time.
If you hate cutting and serving pie take the arm-work out of it and make this deconstructed apple pie dip. Watch this video and learn how.