Ham and Cheese Crescent Wrap

"This is one of my favorite comfort foods and it's so simple! My mom always serves this with Parmesan Pasta Roni. These work best with the jumbo crescent rolls, but regular size is fine."
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Ready In:


  • 1 (10 ounce) package of pillsbury big and flaky crescent rolls
  • 4 slices deli ham
  • 4 slices swiss cheese


  • Unroll crescent rolls and divide into quarters (follow the rectangle perforations).
  • Fold ham and place in one half of each square of crescent roll. Repeat with the swiss cheese.
  • Fold over other half of crescent roll and seal.
  • Bake according to package directions.

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  1. Busy Lindsay
    Such an easy snack! A gret addition to soup and salad too for a light and tastey meal.
  2. HokiesMom
    Now this is a quick and satisfying way to prepare lunch for the family! DH loved the ham and swiss and for the kids I used ham and cheddar. That is what is great about this recipe - you can truly adjust the meat and cheese to whatever combo you'd like and it will turn out fine! Made for 123 Hit Wonders Tag Game.
  3. CoffeeB
    Thanks for sharing this great little go-to snack/appy. I always have those ingredients on hand and so I never thought until reading your recipe to put them all-together....duh.... I using the jumbo crescents too as I have all men in the house and the regular sized ones, just don't cut it. Thanks Scarlett.~You were a great swap-partner. Made for April's AU recipeswap!
  4. kelycarter_
    These were quick and very satisfying! My we loved these served with a little honey mustard dip. We will definately be making these again! (quick tip: cool on a cookie sheet or the bottoms may become a little soggy) Great Recipe! Made for Newest Zaar Tag - thanks Scarlett!


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