Ready in 25 minutes
If you love ham and cheese sandwiches you will definitely like them wrapped in tender crescent pastry.
"I decided to get the Extra Large Crescent Rolls so I could add more meat. I used a standard package of Honey Ham and added about 5-7 slices per roll and one piece of Kraft processed cheese. They turned out fantastic! Two was very satisfying. If I were to serve soup, one sandwich would be enough. Even as a left over, I popped them into the microwave and they are still better than any bread sandwich. Good receipt and a keeper for me. I uploaded pictures."- Greco
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PREP TIME: 10 min READY IN: 25 min
Heat oven to 350 degrees F. Separate dough in 8 triangles on a baking sheet. Place 1 piece of ham on each triangle, place 2 strips of cheese down center of ham, fold the ham to match shape of the dough and roll up each crescent, ending at tip of triangle.
Place them tip side down on ungreased cookie sheet and bake for 13-15 minutes or until golden brown. Immediately remove from cookie sheet and serve warm.
Variations: Use can replace the american cheese slices with cheddar, if desired. The original recipe calls for regular crescent rolls but I prefer the taste of butterflake crescents.
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lisamarr-turner 4 months agoThese are a quick snack item that goes over really well in my house. Kids like to have them with tomato soup. I put a little mustard on some of them before I bake, and some I leave plain. either way, there are never any left, so I know they are good.
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tauniw 5 months agoGood and easy! I spread a little mustard on the dough before the ham and cheese. Kids love it!
Pumpkin69 7 months agoSo easy and cheap.
Igotzapeanut 8 months agoGreat for a quick meal and fast for those really hungry right now
eleya_maureen 8 months agoQuick and easy to make. All my cheese melted out but they are still tasty
jsnyder86 8 months agoThese are super easy and kid friendly of course. I used cheddar slices instead of American.
ChickieLaRoo 8 months agoQuick, easy and tasty. Family really liked it.
chellybean 8 months agoThese were so good. The roommate loved them. Deffinately make again
jadakeithly 9 months agoReally easy to make at 5 in the morning and super good, the only thing is calories... But so worth it!!
Al3xisish 9 months agoMy 3 year old & i loved them!
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sueballwoebbecke 1 year agoVery tastey and easy. I added garlic salt to the outside. I think that shredded cheese might be better cause I had very little cheese left inside my roll up.
hutchcrew 1 year agoVery quick and easy would recommend and make again. The recipe got me out of the box of traditional breakfast foods and great for family Sunday brunch.
ambyrmariemorgan 1 year agoDelicious! So quick, so easy. I used pre-sliced aged swiss, halved by cutting diagonally then a nice small, smoked, pre-sliced ham. Lil tricky rolling up because my ham was thick, but worth it.
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melissajoanmarqua 1 year agoYummy! It was a big hit with the kids!
christinaviola 1 year agoMy boyfriend loved these. I used 2 slices honey ham and pre-sliced monterey jack cheese in pillsbury grands and they turned out fantastic. My boyfriend has been asking for them every day since.