CRESCENT APPETIZER

 

This is such a great appetizer to serve guests and it is so easy to make.

Spray a pan or coat with oil by hand.

Take 1-2 rolls of Pillsbury dough of your choice and cut it into about 7-10 slices.  Cut these into halves then roll into a ball.

Place these little balls onto a oiled oven proof pan.

Mix together mozzarella, parmesan, egg and set aside.  (sorry I forgot to take a picture)

Fry bacon and onions and set aside to cool.

Beat an egg and set aside.

Mix together all the cheeses, and 1/2 of the bacon.  Shape into a ball and place in the middle of all the little balls of dough. Place the other half of the bacon on top of the cheese ball followed by the rest of the shredded cheese.

Brush the little balls with the beaten egg.

Bake at 350 degrees until golden.

PREPARATION

INGREDIENTS

2 Containers Pillsbury  Crescents

2 Containers Cream Cheese

1  1/2 Cups Mozzarella Cheese,Grated

1/2 Cup Parmesan Cheese

1 Beaten Egg

Bacon, Amount Is Up To You

1 Onion, Chopped

Butter For Frying And Brushing Tops Of Puffs

PREPARATION

Mix together all of the cheeses,(reserving some for the top of the cheese ball) and fried onion.  Set aside.

Cut crescents into 1″, or so slices, then cut the slices into halves.  Roll into a ball.

Place the rolled balls onto a oiled corning ware dish.  I covered these balls with a dishcloth and let them sit about 1 hour.  They should almost double in size.  Brush with egg.

Place cheese ball into the middle of the balls. Top with remaining bacon and remaining shredded mozzarella.  Bake in oven according to the temperature recommended on cresent package.  I baked mine at 350 degrees until they were golden.

Cool a bit before serving.

 

ENJOY!

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. acraftymix says:

    Oh my word, that sounds like such a treat and I love how easy the recipe sounds too. I can’t wait to try it. We’re having a few guests for Sunday brunch next week so this will be perfect

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