These are so quick and easy, I usually have the ingredients on hand -- and can do for unexpected drop-ins. Think it MAY have come from an early TOH. Goes well with a meal, instead of biscuits. Thanks for posting, Ridgely. Janey
I just realized that I had not reviewed these. Have made them twice, the first time as written, the second time I made some adjustments that my family loved. First, did not use the Italian Seasoning, used Tony's Creole seasoning, salt and fresh ground pepper. Second, sauted thin sliced onions with the mushrooms. Third, used much more cheese than called for. My family loved them and asked for the recipe. One note - serve while hot because once they get cool they are not as good. I do not know if they reheat well or not as we had not leftovers.
I made this to use up some mushrooms and this was so good! I am embarrased to say I pretty much ate it all by myself, but it was worth it, I will be making this for my annual Halloween get together.Thanks grumpy!
Yes, this was easy, and delicious. It makes a great snack. I sauteed the mushroom a little before topping the crescent roll dough. Thanks Laurie!
I can't think of anything much easier to make than this appetizer. It has lots and lots of possibilities- add onions, shrimp, crumbled bacon or chicken bits, change the cheese, add green onions or chives for garnish, etc. It only took a couple of minutes to get into the oven, and was nice and crisp when it came out. Thanks for this addition to my "play with" list, I will be using it often.