Friday, September 28, 2012

Bacon Cheeseburger Crescents - Football Friday

These Bacon Cheeseburger Crescents are a great tailgating snack.  They have all the flavor of a bacon cheeseburger without the hassle of grilling burgers in the parking lot.  These are easy to customize to your personal taste.  Next time I might add some diced tomatoes and pickles or jalapeƱos to the meat mixture.  We served these with some ketchup, mustard, ranch and BBQ sauce for dipping.  These crescents were a huge hit at our tailgate!  Everyone loved them!  If you aren't tailgating, these crescents are great for lunch or a quick dinner.  They also freeze well.

Bacon Cheeseburger Crescents
(Printable Recipe)

1 lb lean ground beef
8 slices pre-cooked bacon, chopped
8 oz Velveeta cheese (I used 2%)
1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 Tbsp dried minced onion flakes
2 cans refrigerated crescent rolls (I used low-fat)

Preheat oven to 375.

Brown meat in skillet, drain and return to pan.  Stir in Worcestershire, onion flakes and bacon.  Slowly melt cheese in skillet.

Separate crescent rolls into triangles.   Place 2 tablespoons of the meat mixture on the wide end of each crescent.  Roll up and place on lightly greased baking pan.

Bake for 12-15 minutes, until golden brown.

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  1. this looks like a great Saturday lunch - quick and easy!

  2. Oh wow looks so yummy and so easy too. Looks like dinner tonight

  3. These would be yummy as pockets (between two flattened biscuits). I'm hoping I have some bacon so we can have them for dinner tonight!

  4. Rockin' tailgate food! These little puppies are seriously tasty looking.

  5. reading your blog when on a diet is so hard on my resolution

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  7. There is great magic in bacon.

  8. Looks goooooood! Im afraid the gang may request them every weekend if I make them...we'll see.

  9. I made them and they look great and taste even better. The only hard part is deciding what kind of dip. I like thousand Island, and BBQ Sauce.

    Cool the bacon before you add it. Easier to handle. Yum

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  11. I'd definitely make our smallgoods melbourne meat so much like this one. I'm almost drooling right now.

  12. Do you think these will freeze well?

  13. If you want to freeze them, bake them first and then freeze them.

  14. Do you mean 2 large cans of crescent rolls? As in 16 of them? Thanks!

  15. Carrie - you need two cans of crescent rolls. You will need 16 rolls total.

  16. do you microwave the bacon before baking them?

    1. I didn't - I just used it straight out of the package. It crisped up when it baked.

  17. silly questions. Are these good cold?


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