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Bacon Crescent Bites

Bacon Crescent Bites recipe
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Invest 20 minutes in prep, and you've got bacon-filled crescent roll appetizers worthy of being passed on a silver tray by a tuxedoed waiter.
20 min
35 min
32 servings
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These were pretty good. I did not add the sauce and made mine with turkey bacon. They were time consuming to make though.
These are a great appetizer, but they take a while.
These were a major hit at the first party i brought them to. Now they are requested by my whole family and i make them for every get together. There are never leftovers with these!
I substitued spinach for the bacon. It was very tasty and both times there were no leftovers.
This is delicious! These tasty treats are more for a sit down popper than a going to work or on the bus type breakfast, but we LOVED them. I in facted loved the stuffing so well I made a cheese ball out of it, throwing it in the oven. It was mild and went great for the part! Two Thumbs up for this one!! :D
Really good. Easy to make and they were completely devoured.
Made this for pot luck - doubled the recipe and did not bring any home. I made one big sheet from crescent roll - spread filling then cut and rolled. Have also tried ham and swiss - also good
These were very good! I will definitely make these again!
Wonderful! Super simple and first to go off of the table. I also serve these as a jazzed up dinner roll, just don't cut the triangles in half.
I have made this recipe about 4 or 5 times. It has been a big hit each time. One thing I learned after making it the first time - rather than cut the 8 triangles in half initially - I spread appx 2 tsp of the mixture on a full triangle, then cut the triangle in half and roll it up for baking. It is so much easier to spread the cream cheese mixture on a full triangle rather than as narrow as the 1/2 triangle is. This just makes the prep time a little easier.
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