Ham & Cheese Crescents

I hope you all had a good Christmas! Now it’s time to move on to New Year’s. So how about some appetizers? Here’s something easy you can make for the kids. (If they have something they like, then maybe they won’t complain about the spinach dip and other adult apps!)

And speaking of New Year’s, if anyone out there has a resolution to get organized and/or start meal planning, be sure to enter my 500th Post Giveaway. I’m giving away a membership to the Relish Menu Planning Website. It’s the perfect tool to help you get your meals organized in 2010!
Recipe for Ham & Cheese Crescents:

Ingredients:

1-2 Can Crescent Rolls
About 3pieces of thin sliced ham for each roll
1/2 piece of cheese for each roll.
Directions: Place ham and cheese on crescent roll. (I like to put 1/2 the ham on, then add cheese, and then add the rest of the ham.) Then just roll them up, and bake as directed on the crescent roll package. (Sometimes I leave them in a little longer, about 2-3 minutes) Serve with dipping sauces if you desire. (Ranch or Honey Mustard is great!) Then just enjoy!


-Jerri


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Comments

  1. So yum! And so easy! How fun would that be for a party? Happy New Year!

  2. Maryann @ Domestically-Speaking says:

    The men-folk in my family would love these.. thanks for the recipe

  3. These look really yummy, I'll have to give them a try.

  4. Alexis AKA MOM says:

    OH yummy! The boys would love these! Thanks for the recipe!

  5. Jennifer Sikora says:

    This looks really deliciious! I think I might make a few of these for New Year's Eve.

  6. those sound very yumm! Could you serve them cold or best when warm? I was thinking they are perfect for a luncheon I am attending tomorrow!

  7. Oh, this looks so good for quick parties or something to grab going out to the ballgames!

  8. These crescents sound delicious! I might just eat them as a meal, forget the party food.

  9. Yum! Thanks for sharing! :)

  10. Amanda @ Serenity Now says:

    YUM!! My 4 year old would love this…and I would too. ;) Visiting from Kimba's party. I hope you'll stop by. :) Here's my link:
    http://serenitynow4amanda.blogspot.com/2009/12/diy-easy-jute-banner-tutorial.html

  11. Lisa@BlessedwithGrace says:

    Looks good!! Happy New Year and thanks for linking to TMTT.

  12. are you using one crescent roll per rollup? or are these two crescents placed together? does anyone know? these look easy and good!

  13. Thanks everyone for the lovely comments. These also make a great lunch if you have kids at home and you're in a hurry.

    To the anonymous comment, you can use one for each roll or place two together. I've done both. For these particular pics, I put two rolls together. Another thing you can do is put four crescents together and make your own hot pockets.

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