Meghan Kyser Recipe

Ham & Cream Cheese Crescent Rolls

By Meghan Kyser Okara


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Several
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I have done this many times and depending on how much of the mixture you put in the crescent roll, the servings will change. You can substitute many things for the ham if you are not a fan of it. I have done ham and pepperoni so far. I enjoy the smoky compliment of the hickory taste with the cream cheese. Not sure where I got this recipe from.

Ingredients

2 pkg
philadelphia cream cheese
1
pre-cooked hickory smoked hamsteak
2 pkg
refrigerated crescent rolls

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Dice up hamsteak to desired size (I usually cut it into small cubes)
2
Place packages of cream cheese and diced hamsteak in a mixing bowl. You will want to make sure that there is a good ham steak to cream cheese ratio.
3
Mix well (I use my hands but it can be very messy so whichever method works for you.)
4
Open and roll out crescent rolls. Separate into the pre-determed segments.
5
Place 1- 1 1/2 tablespoon of the ham and cream cheese mixture on the flat crescent roll.
6
Roll up and repeat for the remaining crescent rolls.
7
Bake according to crescent roll baking directions.
8
Let it cool a little! Inside will be VERY hot.
9
Enjoy!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cheese Appetizers
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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5 Comments

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Nov 25, 2010 - Terrie Hoelscher shared this recipe with discussion group: What's Cookin' Today?
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Meghan Kyser Okara
Nov 17, 2010
Jane, I roll them as triangles. :) I am sure that whatever way you decide to do it, they will be tasty. The way I roll them makes them appear pretty much as the crescent rolls are supposed to, only they have filling in them. :)
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JANE LOUISE lovinspoonful
Nov 15, 2010
How do you roll up your cresent roll? Do you use the as triangles or as rectangles?
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Donna Brown gabbiegirl
Oct 18, 2010
This sounds good and really easy.