Noms: Ham & Cheese Roll-Ups

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Ham & Cheese Crescent Roll-Ups are quick, easy and tasty. Recipe at Cinenoms.wordpress.com.

Looking for a super-quick, super-easy snack, lunch or generally tasty thing to eat? I’ve got you covered.

Three ingredients, one cookie sheet, no mixing or cutting required. Yum.

You’ll need:

  • Sliced lunch meat. I used ham, but I’ve also used Turkey, which was also nice.
  • Your favorite cheese. I used shredded but might use sliced or chunks cut from a brick in the future.
  • One roll of Pillsbury or other crescent dough.

Ham & Cheese Roll-ups just take three ingredients: Ham, cheese and pre-made crescent dough.

Preheat your oven to 375*F. Open the dough, unroll, and separate into triangles. Lay them out on an ungreased cookie sheet.

Triangles of pre-made crescent dough are arranged on a cookie sheet.

Top each triangle with ham…

About half a slice of ham sits on each crescent dough triangle.

Then cheese…

Put about a tablespoon of shredded cheese on top of each slice of ham.

Then roll! Start with the wide end and roll toward the thin point, and do so carefully, so the cheese doesn’t spill out. Feel free to tuck the corners of the dough in to keep everything together. Place each roll on the sheet with the small corner down. Top with more cheese if you want — more cheese is always a good decision 🙂

Rolled-up, ham-and-cheese-filled crescents are topped with shredded cheese.

Bake for 12-15 minutes until they’re golden brown. You’ll probably have cheese bubbling out the sides. Don’t be alarmed! It’s all good.

Finished roll-ups are golden brown, many with small overflows of cheese coming out the sides.

Let them cool for a bit to avoid getting burned by hot cheese, then pull off the pan and enjoy. Eat them right away, or stick in the fridge or freezer to snack on them throughout the week. Enjoy!

Cheese spills out of a finished Ham & Cheese Roll-Up. Recipe at Cinenoms.wordpress.com.

This recipe was inspired by this pin.

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