Store-bought canned crescent rolls that are dairy-free.
Hu-ah! And look at that label, picky eater approved.
Options are endless on how to use these in our milk allergy home. Here are a few!
That’s right, yet another discovery of my husband’s years ago.
Because hey, I don’t think to check labels on things like this.
As a milk allergy mom, we assume everything has dairy until proven otherwise, right? Ha!
But yes, we’ve successfully eaten Pillsbury crescents for several years.
Always check labels for yourself because they may have other varieties that aren’t allergy-friendly.
See our label below.
Someone asked how we found a twin pack, that’s Walmart pick-up baby!
It’s how I find several dairy-free bulk foods, especially since we don’t shop Sam’s or Costco.
Now how to use these dairy-free crescent rolls.
Of course they are nice plain as a side dish with dinner. Dairy-free butter and jam, so good.
But there are also other ways to get creative with these!
We have rolled dairy-free chocolate chips into them before baking…
for french chocolate croissants.
We have rolled our favorite hot dogs into them for pigs-in-pockets.
Sometimes we make those together.
Looks, lunch and dessert is served, lol.
Dairy-Free Chocolate Crescents & Pigs-In-Blankets
We also use these dairy-free crescent rolls for my very favorite pizza.
It contains some ranch seasoning and such, but don’t let that hold you back.
We have a delicious dairy-free go-around.
You will love it!
Cold Veggie Crescent Pizza
We also make pizza pocket pepperoni rolls with crescent rolls.
Such an easy Sunday lunch.
Or fun to share with friends at a party.
Dairy-Free Crescent Pepperoni Rolls
Next up, I think we are going to tackle donut holes in our air fyer. Any tried?
Here are more dairy-free crescent roll recipes from readers:
cinnamon rolls with cinnamon filling and powder sugar icing
apple pies with pie filling
cut into circles for air fryer donuts
ham & dairy-free cheese pinwheels
dairy-free cheese cake stuffed
What do you think you’ll make first?!
Or do you have other recipes you’ve tried with milk-free, egg-free crescent rolls?
We’d love to hear in the comments.
Now here are the ingredients on our package. Always read them for yourself, as well.