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Cheesy Chive, Onion and Bacon Roll Ups #DairyMonth

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Close-up picture of two roll ups on a baking sheet. The pastry is golden brown and the filling is white with bits of herbs, bacon and cheese mixed in.

I once heard a Southern celebrity chef was quoted as saying “Give a girl a can of crescent rolls and she’ll make a party!” That statement can definitely apply accurately to this Texas girl. I love me some crescent roll appetizers and snacks! Ok, well I probably won’t make an actual party, you know, with extra people, I don’t want to clean up a mess, but I’m all about a flavor party on my plate!

If I’m given a can of crescent roll dough I do typically whip up a batch of these sinfully delicious Easy Crescent Roll Cinnamon Rolls or maybe I’ll make a comforting casserole like this Easy Chicken Pot Pie Bubble Up Casserole for supper.

The back of a spoon is used to spread the cream cheese mixture onto strips of crescent roll dough.

Lately, one of my new favorite ways to use convenient crescent roll dough is to make delicious combinations of flavored cream cheese with meat or fruit to create quick roll ups. Recently, I’ve made some sweet and fruity flavor combinations that we really enjoy on Sunday mornings for breakfast.

Soon, I’ll be sharing a few of those sweet and fruity recipes here too, and I just know you’ll want to enjoy those with some fresh-brewed coffee like we do. However, today I’m sharing one of my favorite savory filling combinations and the recipe for these fancy-sounding Cheesy Chive, Onion and Bacon Roll Ups!

Unbaked chive, onion and bacon roll ups rest on a baking sheet and are ready to go into the oven.

How to make cheesy chive, onion and bacon roll ups

All that is needed to create a pan full of these petite starters is a can of crescent roll dough, chive and onion-flavored cream cheese spread, shredded cheddar cheese, bacon bits and a dash of ground black pepper. The prepared pastry triangles are cut in half, which doubles up on the servings from each can of dough.

These savory rolls ups are cinch to prepare and they come together in just a minutes. Once they are in the oven, they are generally golden brown and ready to cool on a rack after 12 little minutes of bake time.

It’s also worth it to mention how cute and tempting they look on a serving plate!

Eight cheesy chive, onion and bacon roll ups sit on a serving dish. The pastry is golden brown and the cheese filling is showing from the sides.

This recipe makes 16 servings, assuming two rolls ups per serving. If you are expecting a larger crowd, simply double or otherwise adjust the ingredients on the list below to make as many as you need or want!

I absolutely love these tasty little treats. It’s honestly become one my favorite recipes for a quick and satisfying starter. I love it because as I can have a warm, flavorful, pastry-wrapped appetizer ready for my family to enjoy in less than 45 minutes! Sometimes we prepare these to munch on while we wait for a more time-consuming main dish or a barbecue supper to be done (it keeps the kids from losing their minds with impatience!). However, sometimes we make these Cheesy, Chive, Onion and Bacon Roll Ups and serve them up with a crisp, green salad for a comforting light dinner.

These are also really good served on the side with a bowl of this simple Old-Fashioned Potato Soup. Happy eating, y’all! – M

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We are wrapping up our week-long celebration of National Dairy Month today! I’ve been a part of this even that has also featured several other creative food bloggers, please check out all of their new recipes below! Thank you to Jolene over at Jolene’s Recipe Journal for getting us all organized for this fun, recipe-sharing event! This recipe is second of two new recipes I’ve shared for this event. I previously shared about this delicious Lemon-Blueberry Cheesecake Shake recipe, you’ll want to see that recipe too!

Friday #DairyMonth Recipes

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  • Tropical Milkshake by A Day in the Life on the Farm
  • Cheesy Potato Casserole by Hostess At Heart
  • Cheddar Cheese Crisps by Cheese Curd In Paradise
  • Cheesy Chive, Onion and Bacon Rolls Ups by A Little Fish in the Kitchen
  • Easy Cheesy Corn Dip by The Spiffy Cookie
  • Fresh Cherry Clafouti by The Freshman Cook
  • Fried Cauliflower Feta Balls by Magical Ingredients
  • Fried Ice Cream Bars by Jolene’s Recipe Journal
  • Easy Alfredo Sauce by A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures
  • Marinated Boccancini Salad by Palatable Pastime
  • Smoked Fish Dip by Art of Natural Living
  • Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Honey Butter by Jen Around the World
  • Three Cheese Garlic Grilled Cheese by Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
  • Vegetable and Cheddar Tarts by Karen’s Kitchen Stories
  • Cheesy Chive, Onion & Bacon Roll Ups

    Recipe by Marcelle at A Little Fish in the Kitchen Course: Uncategorized
    Servings

    8

    servings
    Prep time

    15

    minutes
    Cooking time

    12

    minutes

    These Chive, Onion and Bacon Rolls

    Ingredients

    • 1 tub (8 oz) Chive and Onion-flavored cream cheese

    • 3 slices of crispy, cooked bacon, cut into bits

    • 2 heaping tablespoons finely shredded cheddar cheese

    • 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper

    • 1 can (8 oz) refrigerated crescent dinner rolls

    Directions

    • Preheat oven to 375°. Line a baking sheet with a silicon baking mat or parchment paper and set it aside. In a small mixing bowl, mix together one-half of the tub (4 oz) of cream cheese spread, bacon, shredded cheese and pepper until well combined. Reserve the remaining half of the cream cheese for another use.
    • Separate the crescent roll dough into 8 triangles and then cut each in half lengthwise. Spread one generous teaspoon of the cheese and bacon mixture over each triangle. Starting at the skinny, pointed end of the dough triangles, roll them up to meet the opposite edge.
    • Place prepared crescent roll ups, seam sides down onto the prepared baking sheet. Bake for 12-15 minutes or until tops are a golden brown. Remove pan from the oven and allow it to cool on a rack for 10 minutes.
    • Serve the Cheesy Bacon, Chive and Onion Roll Ups warm and enjoy!

    Notes

    • Recipe as published on A Little Fish in the Kitchen at www.alittlefishinthekitchen.com. All content is owned by Marcelle G. Bolton. Please contact the author for permission to republish.

    15 Comments

    1. I’m a sucker for a roll up like this. I love the use of crescent rolls!! So delicious and simple.

    2. Wow! This is very tasty and awesome! This is the perfect appetizer.

    3. These are so simple and look incredible!! I can’t wait to give these a try.

    4. These look so good! I’ve been looking for an appetizer for Friday nights dinner, and I think this will be the one.

    5. What a fun idea! These look really good, and easy always works for me. These would be nice for a party. Or dinner. 🙂 Thanks!

    6. What a fun and tasty snack or appetizer! Do you know about pre-cooked bacon bits? I use them all the time for recipes like this and it makes everything so easy!

    7. Easy peasy and yummy. I love these…will be making them often

    8. You had me at bacon! My guys are going to devour these, I’ll definitely have to double the batch!

    9. These are awesome and I just happen to have all the ingredients to make them. I know what I’ll be snacking on this weekend.

    10. So much flavor! I could eat a ton of these myself!

    11. Oh my YUM….you would have to drag me away from the appetizer table.

    12. I love these cheesy roll-ups, esp. when they involve BACON 🙂

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