These Hearty, Tasty Crescents Are a Lifesaver On Those Busy Weekdays


Crescent roll ham and cheese sandwiches are a life saver.  I usually whip up a huge batch during the week and baggy them up in portions.  I then pop them in the fridge (or even the freezer if I need them to last longer) and just heat them up and take them to go when we are in a rush.

Honestly, we have even eaten them cold and they are still so good. You can also switch up the insides of it, too if you’d like.  Add your favorite toppings or condiments.

Check out what our friends over at Six Sister’s Stuff had to say about these:

“You know those days when you just can’t bear to eat another pb & j for lunch? Or dinnertime comes out of nowhere and you realize you have nothing to eat?! This is the perfect throw-together recipe for those times. Only 3 ingredients, and your main dish is served!”

Oh I know those days, but with this? I am set for something new and delicious!



8-oz can refrigerated Pillsbury crescent roll dough

8 ounces deli ham (16 slices) ( you can use carving ham leftovers)

4 ounces Kraft cheddar cheese (8 slices)



Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Separate dough into 8 equal pieces (they usually separate into triangles)

Place 2 slices of ham and 1 slice of cheese (folded in half) on the larger end of the triangle.

Roll the crescent up with the ham and cheese inside, and place it tip side down on a baking sheet (I used a baking mat, but you could line it with aluminum foil for easy clean-up, too).

Bake for 15 minutes, until tops are golden brown.

Serve warm.




Quick Tip: Reheat in the microwave for 10 seconds.

Thanks again to Six Sister’s Stuff for this amazing recipe.