These Reuben Crescent Rolls make a great St. Patrick’s Day appetizer or dinner. Easy to make and fun to eat, they will be a huge hit!
One of my mom’s favorite sandwiches was a Reuben. She never made them at home, but occasionally would let herself get one at a restaurant. (Vegetarian problems.)
If you are like my mom and totally in love with all the flavors a Reuben sandwich has to offer, you can either make my Reuben Dip to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (or the fact that it is Saturday). Or you can make these delicious Reuben Crescent Rolls.
They are perfect for a crowd. They make an easy appetizer. And everyone will love snacking on these at your St. Patrick’s Day party.
Guys. Don’t skip the food at the St. Patrick’s Day party. If my early 20s taught me anything, it is that green beer and an empty stomach don’t mix. (Dumb graduate student problems.)
Reuben Crescent Rolls Ingredients
- Thousand Island Dressing
- Corned Beef
- Swiss cheese
- Crescent Roll Dough
How to Make Reuben Crescent Rolls
Start by unrolling your crescent dough. I went with refrigerated, but if you want to make it from scratch, my hat is off to you.
Add a little Thousand Island Dressing to each one. No need to measure it out.
Put a little Corned Beef on top of the dressing on each triangle.
Then you need a little shredded Swiss cheese. As always, I recommend shredding from the block. You can also go with slices and cut them to fit.
Top with a little sauerkraut.
Roll them all up.
A little cheese is bound to fall out and get on the parchment paper while you are rolling them up. I suggest topping the rolls with that loose cheese.
How to Best Enjoy
These bad boys are delicious, but they are best enjoyed right away. I would not recommend baking them in advance, or making them ahead of time and waiting to bake.
Refrigerator dough is super convenient, making these fast to put together. That being said, it doesn’t fair well to sitting around.
Other Great St. Patricks Day Recipes
If you need some other St. Patrick’s ideas try these:
If you make this crescent roll recipe or any of my other recipes, please leave me a comment and let me know what you think!
Reuben Crescent Rolls
- 8 ounces crescent roll dough broken into 8 triangles
- 1/4 cup Thousand Island dressing
- 1/4 pound shredded corned beef
- 3/4 cup shredded swiss cheese
- 1/3 cup sauerkraut very well drained
- Preheat your oven to 375 degrees and line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Roll out the crescent roll dough and seperate into the 8 equal pieces. Set on parchemnt paper lined baking sheet.
- Spread 1/2 tablespoon of dressing onto each triangle.
- Equally divide the corned beef onto each triangle. Then top with shredded cheese and sauerkraut.
- Roll up the crescent rolls starting at the wider end and owrking your way up. Any shredded cheese that falls out can be placed on top of the rolls.
- Bake for 10 to 20 minutes or until the rolls are golden brown.