Foodie Friday: Ham and Cheese Crescents

Did you all have good Thanksgiving? Are you doing a bunch of Black Friday shopping today?

Over the first part of the week, we went to Washington DC as a birthday vacation for my mom. It was a lot of fun for the family. We left on Sunday and got back Wednesday night. Then spent Thanksgiving day with my husband’s side of the family. It was a great family week all around.

Even though we got back in town only the day before Thanksgiving, we still did some cooking. Everyone just worked together to each bring a dish or two. I like it that way better anyway. Then one person isn’t stuck doing ALL the cooking.

We ate and ate and ate. After all that Thanksgiving eating and rich food, I like to keep the next few days really simple in the kitchen. One way for us is to make sandwiches. I’ve recently discovered a quick and easy HOT sandwich that my kids love too.

Get ready for it because it’s really difficult to make.
You roll your meat and cheese in a crescent roll and bake according to the package directions.
Did you get all that? Ok, let’s go through it again. This time, I’ll include some pictures to help you out.

Get your 3-year old to help because you’ll need it.

Open a can of crescent rolls. Put on a piece of meat and a piece of cheese. Roll from the big end to the little end.

Read package directions for how long to bake.
Cut in half so you can see the melty cheese.


And these are really great for school lunches too. They taste just as cool after they have cooled down as they do hot.

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