Asparagus Rollups with a Balsamic Reduction Drizzle

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Roasted Asparagus wrapped with buttery Pillsbury Crescent Rolls and topped off with a sweet Balsamic Reduction Drizzle. One word… heaven!

Happy 2014! We have officially made it! Crazy huh?

What did you do to ring in the New Year last night? Did you stay up until the ball dropped at midnight, or head to bed early? Did you get a kiss from that special someone?

Over here is Texas we brought in the New Year with family. Mike and I had people over to eat appetizers, Christmas Cookies {yes, we still have some}, and Sparkling Cider or Champagne! To finish off the night, we listened to the echo of a bizzaillion fireworks being put off by our next door neighbors. Usually the next morning our street looks like a war zone from all the firework shells/cases left over. Crazy Texans like them some fireworks, thats for sure! πŸ™‚

I hope 2014 brings you many blessings, happy memories, goals accomplished, dreams come true, lessons learned, and spiritual growth.

Ok, so here’s to the first recipe of the new year! An Asparagus Rollup with a Balsamic Reduction Drizzle. This appetizer is outrageously easy to make! You only need 3 ingredients… ummm… awesome! The asparagus is perfectly roasted with a slight crunch still left in the spear, then wrapped in a buttery Crescent Roll and topped off with a sweet thick homemade Balsamic Reduction! It is absolutely heaven in one bit. People will be asking you where you got that appetizer recipe all night! πŸ™‚ {just send them my way.. hehe}

To get started, pre-make the Balsamic Reduction and refrigerate. Preheat oven to 375ΒΊ.

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Wash and cut wooden bottom off 32 asparagus spears {last 2″ of asparagus}.

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Remove Pillsbury Crescent Rolls from 2 cans and lay out in long rectangle. Β Separate each perforated roll, there should be 8 in each can. Put 2 asparagus spears each roll and roll up the crescent roll like you normally would.

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Place each roll on baking pan and bake for 13 minutes, or until crescent rolls are lightly browned.

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Remove from oven and let cool slightly. Serve warm and with a drizzle of balsamic reduction on top. {or plain if you desire}

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Asparagus Rollups with a Balsamic Reduction Drizzle

  • Author: Krista
  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Cook Time: 13 mins
  • Total Time: 23 mins
  • Yield: 16 rollups

Ingredients

  • 2 packages of Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
  • 32 asparagus spears, washed and prepped
  • Balsamic Reduction — Click link for recipe

Instructions

  1. Pre-make the Balsamic Reduction and refrigerate.
  2. Preheat oven to 375ΒΊ.
  3. Wash and cut wooden bottom off 32 asparagus spears {last 2″ of asparagus} .
  4. Remove Pillsbury Crescent Rolls from cans and lay out in long rectangle. Separate each perforated roll, there should be 8 in each can. Put 2 asparagus spears each roll and roll up the crescent roll like you normally would.
  5. Place each roll on baking pan and bake for 13 minutes, or until crescent rolls are lightly browned.
  6. Remove from oven and let cool slightly. Serve warm and with a drizzle of balsamic reduction on top. {or plain if you desire}

 

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25 Responses
  1. Krista, what a beautiful first recipe for me to see on this New Year’s day! A love asparagus and this looks fantastic! Happy New Year, my friend, and I hope 2014 is absolutely fantastic for you and your family! Pinning and sharing! Enjoy this first day of the New Year!

    1. Yeah for asparagus lovers! πŸ™‚ Totally one of my favorite vegetables, especially when its roasted. YUM! πŸ™‚ Thanks for the new year blessings! I hope you and your family have the best year yet with lots of new and exciting stories to tell. Thank you for the pin sweet friend!

  2. These look amazing, Krista…I haven’t met a crescent roll I didn’t like! And your “crazy Texans and their fireworks” comment made me laugh…our neighbors were still shooting them off at 2:00 a.m. this morning! Hope your 2014 is off to a great start…Happy New Year!

    1. haha.. me either.. they are basically the best thing ever! Buttery goodness and all. πŸ™‚

      As far as the fireworks, it was crazy. As soon as 12am hit it was like a firework bomb went off. My dad actually woke up and went outside to see what was going on. Too funny! πŸ™‚ Gotta love Texas!

  3. You always tempt me with you good looking recipes and photos! Love stopping by your blog! Thanks for linking this post up at The Weekend re-Treat Link Party! Hope you have a fantastic rest of your week! Also, Pinned while I was here tonight!

    Shauna @ The Best Blog Recipes

    1. haha… thanks Shauna, that means alot coming from you! Hope you and the family are doing well and that you had a wonderful Holiday Season! Thanks for hosting your awesome party and for the pin!

  4. Love anything with asparagus and these appetizers look and sound amazing with the balsamic reduction! Hehe, and your NYE sounded awesome – Happy New Year and cheers to 2014 πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks Kelly, we love asparagus over here so any excuse to use them. πŸ™‚ But the balsamic reduction in this dish makes it.. so good. πŸ™‚ Happy New Year to you too!

    1. Me too!!! The stuff rocks, sweet salty and delicious! I need to go make some more just have on hand. πŸ™‚ Good luck with the juice diet. That sounds intense! How long is it?

  5. We sat on the couch and watched movies. Ken went to bed right before midnight but I stayed up to watch the ball drop!

    I love this recipe, Krista! So easy and one of my favorite veggies just happens to be asparagus! Pinning and featuring on social media. Thanks for sharing at Marvelous Mondays!

    1. haha.. sounds exactly like us. We were in bed before midnight, but the sound of the fireworks in our neighborhood going off at midnight let us know that the new year had hit. πŸ™‚

      So glad you liked the recipe Julie, and thank you for sharing on social media and pinning! You rock!

  6. Elaine

    Quick question: if asparagus are thick, is it better to blanch them first? Or does roasting for 12 minutes make them tender regardless of whether they’re thick or thin? Thanks!

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