109 Calories per Bite
- Open a package of Pillsbury Croissant Rolls and tear them apart until you have the predetermined triangles that they have inconveniently shaped them into. Let me just point out to you how bad Pillsbury Croissants are for you. They are high in calories, high in fat, high in sodium, high in carbs, and a majority of the reason that makes this entire snack bad for you are the croissants. If you want a healthier options, I would recommend wrapping them in lettuce or even better eating nothing. I hear starvation is very popular in other countries.
- Okay so if you're reading this step then you are ok with consuming this.
- Next, take that triangle piece of dough and roll it into a ball. Now smash it on a cutting board until it's flat and then stretch out the sides until it is a big round circle. If you have ever made pizza dough before its very similar.
- Lazy route. Just take the predetermined triangle and fold the meatball around it (doesn't look as good).
- Thaw out your frozen mini meatballs and cook down some bacon. The bacon needs to cook fully because in the oven it will only warm it up. So if you like that crispy texture cook it that way before it goes into the oven.
- Now simply add your bacon which I chopped up. Could go either way. I added my cheese and then my meatball and with some careful hand techniques I folded the dough around all of this good shit and BAM!
- Grab a baking pan and line it with tin foil (just to avoid cleaning more than you have to) and grease it up.
- Place your round dough things onto the pan and brush them with melted butter just so the parmesan cheese you're going to pour onto them sticks.
- Lets also sprinkle on some oregano. Why? COLOR of course... we need these to look appetizing.
- Bake at 375°F for 10-15 minutes or until golden brown.
- Take out and serve with a side of ketchup, mustard and pickles. If I were to plate these differently, I would rest a small round pickle slice on top of the burger ball and stab a toothpick through it.
Disclaimer: Nutrition Facts are estimated through MyFitnessPal and should act as a general guideline and in no way represent any actual facts.