Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins
I adopted this recipe in Aug. 2006; it originally was posted by CBW. I love these, and DH loves to dip them in spicy mustard. CBW's original comments: "Found these in a Pillsbury Cookbook and have made them several times. My hubby and I really like these with a bowl of soup. Simple, but really tasty!"
- Heat oven to 375°F.
- Separate dough into 8 triangles.
- Place ham slice and 1 tbsp cheese on each triangle.
- Roll loosely from shortest side of the triangle to opposite point.
- Place on ungreased cookie sheet.
- Bake for 12-16 minutes or until crescents are golden brown.
We loved these. They are so light and flaky and the addition of cheese and ham makes them a special treat. We had these with tomato soup. They were almost as easy to put together as the plain rolls are, and I seriously doubt I will ever make them the 'normal' way again. I ran out of chedder cheese after the first 4 rolls, so I sliced up some american cheese, and it worked just fine. Even though my DS has strep throat right now, and can't eat "scratchy" foods, he finished off 3 of these. He dipped them right into his soup. A true winner!
These are awesome...my family loved them! I used a shredded cheddar blend and baked Virginia ham. I found they are a little easier to handle if I put the cheese on first and then sort of drop the ham on top of that. I made two batches and they could have eaten more. Thanks for sharing!
These were great....and so easy to make. Went wonderfully with soup and would make a terrific appetizer also.