June 6, 2013

Bacon Chive & Onion Crescent Recipe

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Recently I spent about 45 minutes doing what I expect to do if I end up in Hell.  Yep, I'm pretty sure you have all guessed that I got family pictures taken.  Is there anything worse in the whole world?  It's funny..I look at the pictures now and smile at how cute my kids are.  But in the moment none of them were behaving!  My oldest was being goofy and kept walking out of the frame.  The middle one was being really shy and kept turning away from the camera so my husband or myself would hold her.  The baby...oh the baby... she went from happy to angry to asleep and back to happy.  Quite a roller coaster considering it was literally only 45 minutes.

Turned out pretty cute considering the baby decided it was time for a siesta. 
After the stresses of getting family pictures done I decided I needed a special treat to calm my nerves.  I have enjoyed making things with crescent rolls in the past, like this tasty breakfast delight or this sweet treat, and decided to give the ingredients I had on hand a go.  I ended up making some super tasty Bacon Crescents with Chive and Onion Cream Cheese. 

 There were no regrets when I gobbled up three of them shortly after they came out of the oven.  In fact the first one I munched on while it was still at the hot magma stage.

There is just something right about enjoying a creamy, bacony, buttery crescent after a stressful evening.  It seems to put the world right again.

I am still convinced that if I end up in Hell it will be an eternity of family pictures being taken.  I'm pretty sure there would be no punishment greater in the world.  I guess I had better get to repenting...

However...I might just have one more before I start.

Bacon Chive & Onion Crescent Recipe
Source:  My own twisted mind

1 Can Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
Tub of Philadelphia Chive and Onion Cream Cheese
Chopped up Bacon

Separate the  crescent rolls into triangles.  Smear a bit of Cream Cheese on each triangle.  Don't be shy.  Then sprinkle a bit of the chopped Bacon on top.  Really...don't be shy.  Roll the dough up into a sweet little pouch, making sure to seal all edges together.  Bake according to Crescent package instructions.

Let cool about 15 minutes because they seriously come out as hot magma and will burn your tongue!

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