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I used ready bought croisants and stuffed them with the mixture then heated up for approximately 15 minutes. Very nice they were too. Made for Aussie / Kiwi November Swap 2012

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Kiwi Kathy November 30, 2012

Tasty appetizer. Easy to put together. Creamy and warm but the cream cheese made it a bit rich. Thanks for posting CoffeeB. Enjoy! ChefDLH

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ChefDLH April 04, 2012

These are great and fairly easy to make. I recently found the crescent dinner roll dough without the perforations, so that troublesome step of pressing the perforations together (which doesn't always work very well) can be eliminated. I have tried various sizes, and the smaller the better so the dough can cook through. Also, the cream cheese needs to be spread evenly over all the dough.

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Carol March 28, 2010

Delicious! The filling is wonderful. I halved the recipe and it worked nicely. Thanks for sharing!

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Starrynews December 09, 2009

I made half this recipe for appetizers for tonight's dinner, and at the speed my dear ones scarfed these down they would not have had any room for the main course if I had made more. There was practically a food fight for the last pieces (not mentioning any names, but one of the combatants has initials SB!) Time was running short, so I cut two of the rectangles into 12 pieces, and the other 2 into 6 pieces, but baked them together on the same sheet pan. Surprisingly they cooked in the same time, 12 minutes on convect bake. This recipe is going in my Best of the Best cookbook.

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Sweet Baboo March 08, 2009

Wonderful appetizers!! I cut the recipe to 1/4, using a 4 oz. pkg of rolls. I made 3 in an appetizer size per directions and then made 3 regular size crescents. I cheated a little and bought a chive and onion cream cheese, which made these really quick to get together!! Thanks for sharing CoffeeB. Made for 123 Tag.

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diner524 January 05, 2009

These were very good and simple to make. I didn't have the crescent roll dough and I wanted to make them today for lunch so I used refrigerated pizza crust. It worked well, but I am sure the buttery crescent rolls would be delicious. I did have to bake mine a few minutes longer because of that. I also halved the recipe since there was just two of us. It still makes a lot so this would be a great appetizers to serve to many guests. The only thing I thought is that the cream cheese was a little overpowering to me. But, overall, it's a great recipe! Congrats on winning the football pool this week!

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Lainey6605 December 02, 2008

These are so delicious! I plan on making them this weekend for my brothers wedding. I'm sure there won't be a single one left!

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a_happy_goddess November 09, 2008

Wonderful lunch! I made my own crescent rolls and used light cream cheese and turkey bacon to cut down on the fat. I froze the rest of them for other lunches. Thanks for sharing the recipe! :D

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SweetsLady June 11, 2008
Bacon Crescent Roll Appetizers