These Ham and Cheese Crescent Rolls are a quick and easy way to get a tasty meal on the table. Loaded with ham and cheese, these rolls are perfect for any occasion. Plus, they’re so simple to make that even beginners can create them easily. Serve them up hot and enjoy! These crescent rolls are definitely a crowd-pleaser, so be sure to make enough for everyone!
Crescent Roll Recipes are a great way to make use of leftover crescent rolls. There are many different ways to prepare crescent rolls, so you can easily find a recipe that fits your taste. Crescent roll recipes can be savory or sweet, and they can be made as an appetizer or main dish. If you’re looking for something new to try, crescent roll recipes are a great option.
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Ingredients Needed for this Recipe
Here’s what you need to make this delicious recipe!
- Crescent Rolls–Crescent Rolls are a type of roll that is made with dough. The dough is flattened and then rolled up, forming a crescent shape.
- Ham– When it comes to ham, there are many different types to choose from. For a classic flavor, opt for a traditional honey-cured ham. If you’re looking for something a little sweeter, try a glazed ham. And for a unique twist, try a ham that’s been smoked or dry-cured.
- Swiss Cheese–A good rule of thumb is to choose a Swiss cheese that has a strong flavor. This will help to offset the sweetness of the crescent rolls. A Swiss Gruyere or Swiss Emmental would be a good choice.
- Butter– When you add butter to a ham and cheese crescent roll, it helps to balance out the savory flavors of the ham and cheese. The butter also helps to bind the ingredients together, making for a more cohesive and satisfying bite. In short, butter is the ingredient that ties the whole dish together and takes it from good to great.
- Dijon Mustard– Dijon mustard has a sharp, tangy flavor that pairs well with ham and cheese. The combination of Dijon mustard and crescent rolls makes for a delicious and easy-to-make ham and cheese sandwich.
- Worcestershire Sauce– The savory taste of Worcestershire sauce complements the rich flavors of ham and cheese perfectly. When added to crescent rolls, Worcestershire sauce gives them a boost of flavor that takes them from ordinary to extraordinary.
- Poppy Seeds– Poppy seeds are a common ingredient in many different types of dishes, but they are especially well-suited for ham and cheese crescent rolls. The seeds add a nutty flavor that pairs well with the savory taste of ham and the creamy texture of cheese. In addition, the poppy seeds add a slight crunch to the crescent roll, making it more enjoyable to eat.
- Dried Minced Onions– Dried Minced Onions are especially good in ham and cheese crescent rolls. The onions add a subtle sweetness to the rolls that compliments the salty flavor of the ham and the creamy texture of the cheese.
- Garlic Powder– Garlic powder is a common ingredient in many savory dishes, and it can add a boost of flavor to a simple crescent roll. The powder is made from dehydrated garlic that has been ground into a fine powder.
- Salt– Salt is often used as a flavor enhancer in cooking, and it can also be helpful in balancing out other flavors. In the case of ham and cheese crescent rolls, the salt helps to offset the sweetness of the dough and the richness of the cheese. It also helps to bring out the savory flavors of the ham.
- Black Pepper– The pepper helps to cut through the richness of the cheese and ham, and it also gives the dish a little bit of heat.
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How Long Do You Bake Pillsbury Crescent Rolls?
Crescent rolls are one of the quickest and easiest types of bread to make. You can find them pre-made in the refrigerated section of most grocery stores, and all you need to do is bake them according to the package directions. For Pillsbury crescent rolls, the general rule is to bake them at 375 degrees for 10-12 minutes. However, it’s always best to check the rolls after 8 minutes or so, just to make sure they’re not getting too brown. Once they’re golden brown and cooked through, remove them from the oven and enjoy!
How Should You Store Cooked Ham and Cheese Croissants?
Crescent Rolls are one of the most versatile and delicious foods you can make. They can be filled with anything from cheese to ham to fruit, and they make a perfect quick snack or light meal. But how should you store Crescent Rolls once they’re cooked? Here are a few tips:
- If you’re not planning on eating the Crescent Rolls right away, let them cool completely before storing them in an airtight container in the fridge.
- Reheat Crescent Rolls that have been stored in the fridge by wrapping them in foil and heating them at a low temperature (about 200 degrees Fahrenheit) for 10-15 minutes.
- Frozen Crescent Rolls can be reheated in the same way, but you may need to increase the heating time to 15-20 minutes.
By following these simple storage tips, you’ll be able to enjoy your Crescent Rolls for days after you’ve made them.
How Long are Crescent Rolls Good For?
If you’re like me, you love crescent rolls. They’re light, fluffy, and pair perfectly with just about any meal. But have you ever wondered how long they’re actually good for? Crescent rolls are typically only good for three to five days after they’re baked. However, if you store them in the fridge, they can last up to a week. If you want them to last even longer, you can freeze them. When stored in the freezer, crescent rolls will be good for two to three months. So next time you’re at the store, pick up an extra package or two and enjoy those delicious rolls all week long!
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- 1 Can Sweet Hawaiian Crescent Rolls (Pillsbury)
- 16 Slices Ham
- 8 Slices Swiss Cheese
- ¼ Cup Butter, melted
- ½ Tablespoon Dijon Mustard
- ½ Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
- ½ Tablespoon Poppy Seeds
- ½ Teaspoon Dried Minced Onions
- ¼ Teaspoon Garlic Powder
- ¼ Teaspoon Salt
- ¼ Teaspoon Black Pepper
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
- Unroll the crescent roll dough and separate the triangles.
- Place two slices of ham on the bottom of each crescent roll and top with a slice of Swiss cheese. Roll up the crescent rolls and place them on an ungreased baking sheet.
- Combine the butter, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, poppy seeds, minced onions, garlic powder, salt, and pepper in a small bowl. Whisk until well mixed.
- Bake the crescent rolls for 7 minutes, then remove them from the oven and brush with butter mixture. Return the crescent rolls to the oven and bake for an additional 7 to 9 minutes, until rolls are golden brown.