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Bacon Appetizer Crescents

Bacon Appetizer Crescents recipe
photo by:kraft
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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What a huge hit these turned out to be! I also had issues with cutting into the appropriate wedges, but I fixed that by trying something a little different. I left all of the crescent roll intact and pinched all seams closed. Once I had a big sheet of dough, I just spread the filling all over and tightly rolled it up jelly-roll style. Refrigerate in order to firm it up a little, then slice and bake. Fantastic little pinwheels. I didn't have one bite left.
This is a great recipe. I found it easiest to separate each can of dough into 4 rectangles like they said (8 rectangles total, 2 crescent rolls per rectangle). Then pinch the seems together. I then cut each rectangle in half (the short way-like a book) then cut each of the halves diagonally one time. This makes a total of 32 wedges. These went over very well at a party I had. I have made them a few times already!
Crescents were absolutely delicious. The recipe was very confusing. I wasen't sure how to cut it into wedges and then roll it. I kept reading the recipe over and over but couldn't make sense of it. Made them my own way but got less from the recipe. Despite the confusion it was a great recipe and I will try it again!
I raelly enjoyed this recipe as did the entire family. I'm going to make it for my hubby's birthday coming up. Thanks again Kraft for all the great recipes! Keep it up!!!
No bacon used. We separated the cheese to add other items; some pockets had ham, some ham with g. pepper, some mushrooms and g. pepper, some sausage. All good, but very rich. Kids said so-so. I enjoyed them.
The recipe itself was very tasty and fairly easy till you got to the directions They don't make sence when you try to cut the crescents and assemble the appetizers. This has been mentioned in other reviews and needs to be corrected, they need to do the math! I am an expierienced cook and I had to figure out what the heck they were talking about, the picture is what saved me.
Made these for a party for -bq starters. Recieved very good comments. Easily lends itself for personal favorite substitutions of ingredients.
This taste great!!! I had this for a group of women and only made one batch, but we could have eaten 10 batches!!
Another New Years receipe that was a hit with everyone. The cream cheese filling could also be used with bagels.
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