Turkey Bacon Ranch Crescent Ring- With Guac!

We ADORE anything with turkey, bacon, and ranch around here. Bonus points if it has avocado, too. I normally get us our fix by making some sandwiches in my Panini press. Don’t get me wrong- they are beyond yummy, but it takes forrrrreeeeeverrrrr to cook one at a time. While my love is eating his Panini, I am still assembling and cooking the rest. I got the idea to make this crescent ring, and I am so glad I tried it. The whole thing was done at the same time so we could actually eat together (too bad we didn’t because he was working on his truck…) This is great for a quick, satisfying meal, and the refrigerated dough is beyond easy to work with.

 

I was expecting some trial and error, but the vey first ring was divine. It was easy to assemble, and didn’t take long in the oven. I put the turkey on top to keep the liquid ingredients from spilling over, but you can assemble it in any order you choose.

Ingredients:

 

2 tubes refrigerated crescent roll dough

1 Package guacamole- I used Wholly Guacamole Spicy Homestyle

About ½ package cream cheese, cut into cubes

Ranch Dressing

About ½ lb bacon, cooked

8-10 slices thick-cut turkey

 

To assemble Turkey Bacon Ranch Crescent Ring:

 

First, open crescent roll dough and place in a ring, pointy side out, as pictured. I left about a 5-6 inch opening in the center.

 

Turkey Bacon Ranch Ring Dough

 

Spread guacamole on top of dough. I didn’t quite use the whole package. It doesn’t need to be spread all the way to the points, as they will be folded over.

 

Turkey Bacon Ranch Ring Guacamole

 

Place cream cheese cubes around the ring, evenly spaced. Try to get cream cheese into every bite- it might have been the most delicious part of the whole thing!

 

Turkey Bacon Ranch Ring Cream Cheese

 

Drizzle ranch dressing on top of the cream cheese. I didn’t put a measurement for this, because it will depend on your tastes. You can see how much I used in the picture below.

 

Turkey Bacon Ranch Ring Ranch

 

Now, break your bacon into bite-sized pieces and sprinkle on top of the ranch and other ingredients.

 

Turkey Bacon Ranch Ring Bacon

 

Place turkey slices on top. Fold the points of the crescent rings over the top of the turkey and tuck them into the center of the ring.

 

Turkey Bacon Ranch Ring Closed

 

Bake for about 20 minutes, or golden brown on top. Serve hot to enjoy the melty goodness of the cream cheese.

 

Turkey Bacon Ranch Ring Baked

 

Seriously. Look at that cross-section.

Turkey Bacon Ranch Ring Slice

 

The next time you need an easy dinner, look no further than this Turkey Bacon Ranch Ring. Your taste buds will thank you. If you’re looking for an easy dessert to go with it, check out my Braided Puff Pastry.

 

Turkey Bacon Ranch Ring

See the convenient, recipe card version here:

Turkey Bacon Ranch Crescent Ring
An easy weeknight dinner with a perfect flavor and texture combination. Turkey, bacon, ranch, cream cheese, and guacamole come together in a convenient and beautiful ring.
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Cook Time
20 min
Cook Time
20 min
Ingredients
  1. 2 tubes refrigerated crescent roll dough
  2. 1 Package guacamole- I used Wholly Guacamole Spicy Homestyle
  3. About ½ package cream cheese, cut into cubes
  4. Ranch Dressing
  5. About ½ lb bacon, cooked
  6. 8-10 slices thick-cut turkey
Instructions
  1. 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Open crescent roll dough and place in a ring, pointy side out, leaving about a 5-6 inch opening in the center.
  2. 2.Spread guacamole on top of dough.
  3. 3.Place cream cheese cubes around the ring, evenly spaced.
  4. 4.Drizzle ranch dressing on top of the cream cheese.
  5. 5.Break your bacon into bite-sized pieces and sprinkle on top of the ranch and other ingredients.
  6. 6.Place turkey slices on top. Fold the points of the crescent rings over the top of the turkey and tuck them into the center of the ring.
  7. 7. Bake for about 20 minutes. Serve hot to enjoy the melty goodness of the cream cheese.
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