Easy Bacon-Cheddar Sweet Hawaiian Rolls

Now how many times have you spent your time in your kitchen cooking something you think everyone will eat only to find out their are children or grandchildren who won’t eat it. Well guess what? I thought, wouldn’t it be great to find something everyone will like and to boot it’s quick and easy to make and you won’t spend all your time in the kitchen. Sound Great. The below recipe is from Pillsbury’s site and the original recipe link is: Easy Bacon-Cheddar Sweet Hawaiian Rolls .

I do this blog hop and it’s really fun to do and it helps bring more traffic to your blog too. This blog hop is over at Esme’s Senior Salon. The link to her blog for this week’s Senior Salon is: Senior Salon Blog Hop and Esme’s blog link is: Esme’s Blog

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Prep|Total|Ingredients|Servings|

                         10 Min | 25 Min| 3                          |  8                  |

Ingredients

1 can (8 oz) Pillsbury Sweet Hawaiian refrigerated crescent dinner rolls.

3/4 cup finely shredded Cheddar cheese (3 oz.).

12 slices crisply cooked bacon, cut in half.

Steps

1. Heat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Line cookie sheet with cooking parchment paper.

2. Separate dough into 8 triangles.

3. Sprinkle wide end of each triangle with about 1 tablespoon of the cheese; top with 3 bacon pieces. Reserve remaining 1/4 cup cheese.

4. EAT AND ENJOY!!

Expert Tips

Shape these crescents up to 2 hours ahead of time; cover with plastic wrap, and refrigerate. Add a few minutes to baking time before sprinkling with cheese.

 

 

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13 thoughts on “Easy Bacon-Cheddar Sweet Hawaiian Rolls

  1. That’s a 10-4 Crystal!!! I was the FIRST female Tow Operator in our Province (like a State)!! I worked from 1973-78. I got sick & ended up with Fibro & Osteoarthritis so went on to be a Professional Nanny. After 4 years of raising children I went into Nursing. 7 years of Nursing & I was starting to have more mobility & health issues. Went to College & took 5 years to get 2 year Diploma. I then moved back North & went into Counselling @ Native Centre & helped with Youth Group. Did that 2000-10. I was also doing Cat Rescue. Packed that in last year. I think I have finally retired, hahaha! I miss Towing more than words can say!!!! 😉

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