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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Crock Pot Ham and Cheese Rolls



It's beginning to look a little like Christmas at our house.  I need more decorations in the house, but that will come in time. A little Christmas shopping is completed.



This Ham & Cheese Roll recipe is something I wanted to try in my casserole crock pot.  I really love the casserole style. So many options to make when you need more room compared to a traditional crock pot. 



To begin, roll out crescent roll dough.  Seal all the seams.  I placed 16 thin ham slices on the dough. You could use up to almost a pound of ham, it is up to you. 


I placed 10 pieces of provolone cheese on top of the ham.  Other suggestions for cheese loving people: swiss, pepper jack, cheddar. Roll it all up!



Carefully cut the crescent into 12 rolls. I used a serrated knife. Place rolls in a greased casserole crock pot.



Melt 1 stick of butter, worchestershire sauce, mustard, brown sugar, and poppy seeds in a sauce pan.


Remove from heat and pour over the ham and cheese rolls in the casserole crock pot.


Set the temperature on high and cook for 2 - 2.5 hours. 


This is about an hour into the process. If you have too much condensation on the lid, put a towel under the lid to catch the condensation. 


The ham and cheese rolls turned out delicious!

Crock Pot Ham & Cheese Rolls

Ingredients:
1 package crescent rolls
1 package ham
10- 12 slices of cheese - provolone, swiss or cheddar
1 stick butter
2 tbsp mustard
1 tbsp Worchestershire sauce
1 tbsp brown sugar
1 tbsp poppy seeds



Directions:
  1. 1. Melt butter, brown sugar, Worchestershire sauce, mustard and poppy seeds in a microwave safe dish.  Stir well.
  2. Unroll crescent sheet and layer ham and top with a cheese of your preference. Roll into a log and carefully cut into 12 sections with a serrated knife.
  3. Spray casserole crock pot with Pam.
  4. Place rolls in crock and cover with hot mixture sauce.
  5. Cook on high for 2 - 2.5 hours.



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3 comments:

Susan Miller said...

Do you think it would work to double the recipe, or would it be too crowded?

doglover said...

sounds yummy.. I have it on my list to try... thanks.

Jan said...

This would be perfect to share at our Easter Leftover Makeover Link party, what a great way to use up leftover ham! Delish idea! We'd be thrilled to have you share a few posts that use up holiday leftovers into meals with us! come on over to the party! Jan @ Tip Garden: Link; http://www.thetipgarden.com/2017/04/easter-leftover-makeover-link-up-party.html