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Cream Cheese-Bacon Crescents

Cream Cheese-Bacon Crescents recipe
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Cream cheese, bacon and crescent rolls are all you need for this appetizer. Be sure to grab one right out of the oven—they disappear fast.
15 min
30 min
16 servings
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Instead of separating the dough into triangles, you can also pinch the seams together so that you have a long rectangle. Spread the cream cheese mixture and roll into a log. Cut 1/2 inch or so pieces and bake. I have also used fruity flavored cream cheese (ie blueberry) and made this as a breakfasty type snack.
I made these for a large family gathering. I thought I made too many since I had made so many other appetizers. They were the first to disappear. That was 2 weeks ago and everyone is still talking about them. They were the first items requested for our Christmas and New Year's gatherings. I think we have a new food tradition in our family.
I've been making these for years, and honestly didn't know the recipe was on this site. Everyone loves them when I make them and now they are expected at our Christmas snack day at work, and almost any other time I'm supposed to bring food. I make them with the Oscar Mayer Bacon Bits (in the pouch- salad dressing aisle) and they are great. I also use plain cream cheese and add my own chopped green onions-it's easier to control the onion flavor that way. They are VERY ADDICTIVE!
WARNING: ADDICTING Simple, quick, & easy to make! My everyone thought these were amazingly delicious. Perfect appitizer. You must serve these HOT, & they are still good warm, but once they get cold they are not that great- really makes a big difference. but dont worry, they are very easy to re-heat
Very easy!
Quick and easy. Even my 3 year old was pleased. Hubby ate a couple for breakfast the next morning. I did use a little more bacon than called for. I have also used pre cooked chicken and it turned out great.
Absolutely addictive! The next time I make these I am going to use even more bacon and cream cheese. They taste great!
Not impressed! They didn't have much flavor, maybe I should have used more cream cheese than it called for. I threw most of the batch away.
A nice appetizer and easy to make!
I absolutely love this recipe. I'm in my early twenties so the cooking thing is semi-new to me. I love these at parties or just to add a small snack to a light meal-they're really great with soup. And they only have 3 ingredients. By far-the easiest and greatest snack.
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