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Bacon Appetizer Crescents

Bacon Appetizer Crescents recipe
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Savory dip meets crescent roll for a whole new take on hot appetizers. These toasty bites will go faster than you can say, "They have bacon."
20 min
35 min
16 servings
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Love this recipe...i made 2 batches and they went in 20 minutes...our friends can't get enough of them
I made these for Thanksgiving appetizer. Everyone loved them - I will definitely make them again.
These are positively delicious! I made them for Thanksgiving, and everyone loved them! I didn't cut each rectangle into 12 pieces, but 8 instead. I thought any more would have been too tiny to handle. Best eaten when warm, of course!
Very good and easy to make. I too cut the dough into larger sections and also used the precooked and chopped bacon bits from a bag. Everyone loved them.
This is so yummy. My husband is extremely picky & he just couldn't stop eating them. I agree with the person who said that they are difficult to cut & wishes there was a diagram. But just the same I've already been asked to make them for Christmas.
The crescents were excellent! We had a difficult time cutting into 12 wedges per rectangle as the receipe says. A diagram would help. We cut them as best we could--they still tasted great!
very yummy, but i don't see how it would make very many. i used the ready-cooked bacon bits (about 3/4 of the bottle) and it made the recipie so much easier.
Made this recipe twice...once trying according to the cutting directions for the crescents (too, too small!) and once rolling out the rectangle and cutting each square into two triangles (four triangles for each rectangle total). Much easier to make and perfect for snacking. This is much better! You may need twice as much of the crescent rolls but I think it's worth it. Also, use more of the mixture on each crescent than the receipe calls for. It's much tastier with plenty of the mixture spread on them!
This recipe is very easy and tastes very good. I impressed my guests with this appetizer...only wish I made more!
made these twice so far and they have been requested for several more events! can't imagine how to get more than 12 pieces out of each rectangle though! either way, i used ready cooked real bacon pieces to hurry the process even more. great, quick little finger food for any party or shower.
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