Bacon Cheese Puff Appetizers

"Melt in your mouth appetizers that keep you going back for more. You could probably even mix some cheese in this...really simple. Found this while looking for appetizers. Enjoy!"
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  • Preheat the oven to 375*.
  • In a small bowl, mix all your ingredients well, except for the refrigerator roll dough.
  • Separate rolls into 4 rectangles and press the perforations to seal.
  • Cut in 1/2 lengthwise then crosswise to make 8 squares each.
  • Stretch slightly and with a spoon take a small amount of the filling.
  • Put it in the center of the square then seal around the filling to make a ball.
  • Place on lightly greased cookie sheet and bake 10 to 13 min or until lightly brown.

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  1. I suggest using two tubes of crescents instead of one. With one the filling over powers the breading because it is so thin, even though the filling is fantastic. This is preference. I also liked them when they had plenty of time to cool down (near room temp.).
  2. Finally tried this last night. Got rave reviews from neighbors who stopped by for happy hour. Had some filling left over which I put on triscuts and broiled for a few minutes today. Great recipe! Thank you!
  3. I made these for Christmas Eve and my family really enjoyed them. They are very rich, but not greasy. You definitely want to serve these right out of the oven. I will definitely make these again. Thanks for a great one, Glitter!
  4. I was very disappointed with these. I took them to a party and everyone else had made gourmet finger food and I brought balls of mystery. No on ate them and they were very funky! I will not make these again.
  5. These were time-consuming, and were just ok. My guests liked them, but that's because I only served ones that weren't under or over-cooked (must be my oven, I guess). The filling oozed out of many of the puffs, making them flatten out slightly and lose their round shape. I probably won't make again.


  1. These were great!! didn't have green onion but used dried chives instead. Also did some with shredded cheddar cheese. YUMMY!! Thanx!
  2. Glitter, these were just too good for words. I made these on the weekend, and took them over to a friends house. I baked them at my house, so they were only just warm when they were devoured. I added a little fresh minced garlic instead of garlic powder, and fresh-picked green onions from my veggie garden. The filling was SO delicious, they all went in a flash! I am so happy to find such a great little appetizer recipe, we entertain quite a lot at my house, so I am always on the lookout for wonderful new recipes to try, and this is certainly a keeper for sure! thanks so much for sharing Glitter, this is a great little number...Kitten:)


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