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Cheesy Crescent Wrapped Green Beans

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Cheesy Crescent Wrapped Green Beans
  • Prep Time 8 min
  • Total Time 25 min
  • Servings 12
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Cheesy Crescent Wrapped Green Beans

Green beans wrapped with basil, cheese and Crescent dough turn regular green beans into a super side!


can (8 oz) Pillsbury™ refrigerated Crescent Dough Sheet
(8 oz) box defrosted, frozen Cascadian Farm™ organic whole petite green beans
cup shredded Italian blend cheese
leaves fresh basil


  • 1 Heat oven to 375°F.
  • 2 Unroll dough. On the shorter side, cut into 12 strips of dough.
  • 3 Wrap a basil leaf around 3-4 green beans, then place about 1/2-inch from the end of one of the dough strips. Add a teaspoon of cheese, roll up, and place seam-side down onto an ungreased cookie sheet; spray dough lightly with cooking spray.
  • 4 Bake 13 to 17 minutes or until dough is light golden brown.
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5 Super Simple Green Bean Sides

As prepared by Inspired Taste,

Whether you lust after something cheesy, vibrant, or buttery, these super sides have it all!

When you send those humdrum veggies away and embrace these super sides,, you’ll say goodbye to dull and say hello mind-blowingly easy and exciting side dishes!

When we were in the store, we decided to reach for the green beans ‘cause they’re sweet, juicy and cook up in just under 5 minutes.

Frozen Cascadian Farm Beans

You could follow in our footsteps or go your own way and grab whatever you’re in the mood for … broccoli, corn, a mix, perhaps? It’s totally up to you then just roll, top or toss in our ideas and you and your super side will be the stars of the show!

1. Cheesy Crescent Wrapped Green Beans (featured)

Crescent Wrapped Green Beans

Let’s say you want something different… it has to be easy, not fussy, it does have to be impressive, but the kids have gotta love it! Cheesy Crescent Wrapped Green Beans (or you fav veggie) will most certainly do the trick.

All you do is defrost the veggies, wrap a fresh green basil leaf around them, add some cheese, roll up in crescent dough, bake then serve warm with dinner.

2. Green Beans with Cheesy Sauce

Cheesy Beans Recipe

Maybe veggies topped with a dreamy cheese sauce is more your style? If so, then we have the sauce for you… it takes 5 minutes! In the time you microwave, steam or sauté whatever veggies you’re using, the sauce will be done. You need these Green Beans with Cheesy Sauce in your life!

3. Lemony Green Beans

Lemon Green Beans Recipe

How about this little scenario: friends are coming over, you’ve already spent time cooking the main dish, and now you need a side to round things out – 5-minute Lemony Green Beans are the perfect choice! A super simple wisk of lemon juice and olive oil added to your veggies does the trick.

4. Buttered Green Beans with Almonds and Cranberries

Buttered Green Beans with Almonds and Cranberries Recipe

We love those Lemony Green Beans, but we’re torn… we absolutely adore these Buttered Green Beans with Almonds and Cranberries, too! You’ll have to see which one you love the most… it’s okay if you can’t decide.

5. Green Beans with Balsamic Drizzle

Balsamic Drizzled Green Beans Recipe

Okay, one more. Green Beans with a Balsamic Drizzle…. Sounds like something you might see on a fancy restaurant menu, doesn’t it? Well, here’s a secret… it takes less than 10 minutes! You’ve gotta give this one a whirl!

Are your ready to be the best darn side maker out there? With these recipes, we think you’ll be amazing.

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Adam and Joanne think that once you fill up on all those veggies, you’ll definitely want more. For more inspiration, visit them at their blog Inspired Taste and their Tablespoon profile.
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