These were very good. I couldn't quite figure out the two cans, small/or large baking sheet. One can, jelly roll pan. Walla , Walla, bing bang...After reading all the reviews... Needless to say, I was confused. So. I used one can on a baking sheet and pieced the crescent rolls to resemble a rectangular pizza crust. I baked for 12-15 minutes. I then topped with 1/3 sour cream and 1/3 mayo with the cream cheese. I didn't want to use all mayo because I have a slight taste aversion to mayo. I had no dill weed so I followed someone else's suggestion and used 1/2 package of dry ranch mix. I smeared the mixture on the on the bottom and I topped with green pepper, grape tomatoes (sliced), chopped broccoli, minced red onion and finally I shredded some carrots on top before adding the cheddar cheese. I also sprinkled some garlic powder on the top. Sliced and refrigerated. Very delicious. My kids enjoyed it. It's very pretty and colorful. I felt like fooling around with this recipe so I put a 2nd can in a pie pan and just unrolled all 8 crescent rolls and layed them in the pie pan with the tips overlapping in the middle. Baked 12-15 minutes. Same thing... Smeared the cream cheese/mayo/sour cream stuff and topped. This time I sprinkled the cheddar cheese first and then topped with my veggies. I actually preferred the rectangular pizza. When I made it in the pie pan the "crust" was more like deep dish. Will make again using the baking sheet. Thanks for sharing !
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These were very good. I couldn't quite figure out the two cans, small/or large baking sheet. ...