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Artichoke Appetizers

Artichoke Appetizers created by RedTennies

Artichokes, garlic and cheese what a nice way to start off your holiday parties!

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  • Mix all ingredients except crescents.
  • Unroll the triangles and cut in half so you have 32 triangles.
  • You`ll be cutting from the wide side through the narrow point.
  • Or how many crescents you have in a package.
  • Place 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) of filling into each crescent.
  • Roll wide side up to thin side.
  • Sprinkle tops with parmesan grated cheese.
  • Bake at 375°F for 20 minutes.
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"Artichokes, garlic and cheese what a nice way to start off your holiday parties!"
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  1. mymirage1
    Can these be made the day before and then warmed up?
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  2. susan dresser
    Just made these tonight as an appetizer before serving spaghetti and they were very good! I added some garlic salt after placing on the cookie sheet -we like garlic and the fresh garlic cloves I minced didn't seem very strong when I minced it. Anyway, they were a hit!!
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  3. Darlene B
    These were awesome!
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  4. m.lipe
    These were a big hit and very tasty! I liked the size of cutting them in half for a good snack size but I agree it seemed like I was over-stuffing them until they came out and the filling held together very well even though it was spilling out. I did have leftover stuffing so I put it in manicotti shells and topped with a creamy cheese sauce.
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  5. PiPhi1920
    These were AMAZING and so easy to make. Just some variations - I omitted the green chiles (I'm just not a fan) and use all 3 garlic cloves and only 1 tsp of the italian seasoning. Also, I put a ton of parm cheese on the tops. :) I found that they definitely needed the full 20 minutes - but also, instead of making them into crescents I folded each end to the top to make a sort of pouch so they came out almost round in form - I think it was good with the crescent to filling ration. Delicious - I'll definitely be making these again! Thanks for the great recipe!
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