Ham and Cheese Puffs

Ham and Cheese Puffs

"'These tasty little bites go over great with kids,' writes Mrs. Marvin Buffington of Burlington, Iowa. 'They're also delicious with soups or as party appetizers.'"
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 12 servings

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  1. In a large bowl, combine the first six ingredients; set aside. Divide crescent dough into 24 portions. Press into greased miniature muffin cups.
  2. Spoon 1 tablespoon ham mixture into each cup. Bake at 350 degrees F for 13-15 minutes or until golden brown.

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Instead of crescent rolls, I used puff pastry dough. I used a Campbell's soup can as a cookie cutter and the size was perfect to fill the mini muffin pan. With pastry dough, the cooking time was...

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I added garlic, green chilies and some cilantro because I was using them for an appetizer to enchiladas. They were really bland and nothing to really get excited about. I also thought there was ...

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Instead of crescent rolls, I used puff pastry dough. I used a Campbell's soup can as a cookie cutter and the size was perfect to fill the mini muffin pan. With pastry dough, the cooking time was...

I've made these for parties before and they're always a hit. Be sure not to use too much onion. Chop it finely or grate it. I use about 1/3 of a cup. People can't seem to get enough of these.

Great idea! I made these into breakfast puffs by adding one egg to the mixture. Didn't have onion so I used onion powder instead. In the bowl it doesn't look like enough to fill the muffin cups,...

I love these little bites! I've made them numerous times, and everyone at my church loves them. I've done a few different variations - turkey bacon, ham, and veggie (finely chopped and sauteed...

These were super easy and very tasty! They'd be great appetizers to use leftover holiday ham. I used cheddar cheese and put in a bit too much onion (half a med. one). Next time I'll use less oni...

Everyone LOVED these! I doubled the recipe so that one batch could be no onions. I'm glad I didn't use all the onion suggested on the w/ onions batch b/c that would have been WAY too much onion!...

Excellent! The mustard "makes" this recipe! I don't use the onion, though.

I made these little morsels for Christmas morning brunch, and my family of 3 ate all of them in one sitting! I was afraid that there wasn't enough filling for all the dough portions, but it work...

Very quick and easy appetizer. I sometimes make these just for a late evening snack and they are all gone in minutes.

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