It’s no surprise that as a company that got its start in the 1980s, Pampered Chef has had a love affair (perhaps unhealthy at times) with crescent roll rings. But who could blame us? These braided sandwiches are delicious, versatile, feed a crowd, and look like works of art on a platter. But the real secret to the continued fandom around these classic recipes is that they’re simple to make on Pampered Chef stoneware and usually come together in less than an hour.
With the variety of stoneware pieces for entertaining, you can take your ring or braid right from the oven to a beautiful party spread. Ring in your next wedding shower, brunch, or dinner party with a crescent ring or braid.
This is a freshened-up version of a classic Pampered Chef ring recipe. The kale, grape tomatoes, and avocado dip give it good-health vibes. One time-saving trick for this recipe is to buy a rotisserie chicken and shred it. Or, if you meal prep or do batch prepping, you can save both time and money by cooking chicken at home ahead of time.
This crowd-pleaser is a simple and delicious way to change-up your taco night. Swapping ground turkey for ground beef cuts down the calories, so that you can enjoy two slices instead of one.
Wrap the best of an egg and sausage breakfast into a flaky pastry crust. This five-star recipe is a brunch party favorite because it feeds up to 16 guests.
Twenty-one glowing reviews and counting for this classic braid recipe can’t be wrong! It’s a clear family favorite for birthdays, reunions, and special occasions.
Watch how quickly this tasty braid comes together. It looks extra elegant on a stoneware entertaining platter. The video below also shows you the best braiding technique.<