Ham & Cheese Crescent Rolls


Ham & Cheese Crescent Rolls



Easy peasy. Seriously, it's a joke how easy these Ham and Cheese Crescent Rolls are for something that tastes SO good. I used ham, cheese and mustard, but any number of combinations would be divine!  I love serving crescent roll sandwiches at parties (especially game-day parties!), but they're also super convenient for quick lunches.  You can make them ahead and refrigerate, then just grab as you need.  Or even stick them in your kids' school lunches.  My kids think crescent sandwiches are fantastic.

I served today's Ham and Cheese crescent rolls with a quick dip of mayo and yellow mustard whisked together, but when I have more time I like to put out my Curry Mustard Dip for a little kick or some stone ground deli mustard.  



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Ham and Cheese Crescent Roll Ingredients:

  • 2 packages crescent rolls, 8 count
  • 1 pound deli ham, thinly sliced
  • 4 ounces cheddar cheese, cut in 16 equal sized pieces
  • optional: mustard


Ham and Cheese Crescent Roll Directions:

  1. Lay out your crescent rolls flat and put a fine line of mustard down each one (this step is totally optional).
  2. Add a piece of cheese, then place one piece of lunch meat over each open roll (folded so it mostly fits over the roll).
  3. Roll up, starting with the wide end and bake according to package directions, until crescents puff up and brown lightly.
  4. Serve!!!


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Ham & Cheese Crescent Rolls

Ham & Cheese Crescent Rolls

Ham & Cheese Crescent Rolls

Ham & Cheese Crescent Rolls

Ham & Cheese Crescent Rolls

Ham & Cheese Crescent Rolls

Ham & Cheese Crescent Rolls

Ham & Cheese Crescent Rolls

Ham & Cheese Crescent Rolls






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4 comments:

  1. It is amazing that so few ingredients can ladder up to something so fantastic but looking at this picture - I believe you. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Just made these over the weekend... Still Yummy!!

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  3. Trying these tonight with pepperoni and monzarella cheese - yummm!

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I eat up comments!!! Nom nom nom.

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