Ham and cheese niblets can be made with deli ham, string cheese and crescent rolls.
Crescent rolls aren't just for serving with dinner as a side. You can do some many things with them.This week we've chosen to stuff them with sandwich meat and cheese. Ham and cheese niblets is what we've named them and they are tasty.
You can also stuff them with pepperoni, cheese, onions and bell peppers to make a snack size veggie pizza. Or make mini-pizzas by sprinkling mozzarella cheese on the crescent dough, baking it and serving it with marinara sauce.
We ran a recipe last year in which we stuffed crescent roll dough with apples and cinnamon. I also read about a recipe in which chocolate chip morsels and mini-marshmallows are placed on crescent roll dough, rolled up, and baked to make a s'mores-like dessert.
I think your possibilities are endless.
Also, if company pops over and you don't have anything for them to snack on, you can make these niblets (or your own version within 20 minutes or less.
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Ham and cheese niblets
Start to finish: 20 minutes (5 minutes active)
One can of Pillsbury crescent rolls
Sliced honey ham deli meat, cut in half
Two sticks of string cheese
Preheat the oven as directed on crescent roll package.
On a cookie sheet, unroll the dough, until you have eight triangles.
Place the meat on the dough.
Cut one stick of string cheese into fours, and then repeat with the second string cheese, to make eight small pieces of cheese.
Place one piece of cheese on each piece of ham.
Roll up the crescent rolls.
Bake as directed and serve.