These were one of the things that disappeared quickly from my appetizer table. I was running short of time, and used a colby/monterey jack cheese pre-shredded blend rather than taking the time to shred my monterey jack cheese. I also add a bit more mustard to the filling. The butter flavor of the crescent roll crust really complimented the saltiness of the ham and the sharp flavor of the mustard. We will definately have these again.
This was a very quick and simple meal to fix. Loved the refrigerated crescent dinner rolls. They just made it. Thanks for posting.
great recipe- loved it! thanks for posting.
Really easy and tasty - disappeared quickly and my kids really liked them too - which is always a plus - I didn't add the dijon mustard, only because I didn't have any - they were still great! These will be made again!
I made this for a Stampin Up! demonstration I had at my house - all the ladies LOVED them!! Thanks for the recipe. I did find that there wasn't quite enough filling for 24 cups, but I may have put a bit too much in each cup. It was very easy to put together and I will definitely make again.
I Love These! Fantastic taste, easy to make, and popular with the crowd! Used cheddar/monteray jack cheese cause that's all I had. Although. I must have a heavy hand with tablespoons. I tripled the recipe and should have had enough filling for 72 roll cups. I eeked out 40 instead. That's okay, I'll know better next time. I filled the rest with mixtures of cheese and garlic and cheese and bacon bits. Thanks for the great recipe! It's a keeper! Kris
I made these for our linger-longer at church,and everybody wanted the recipe,they were very good.and not a bit hard to do.Thanks,Darlene
Great recipe. They look like they are time consuming, but are easy to make. Fun recipe for parties! Thanks for sharing it.