Recipe by Pillsbury® Crescents
"Bite-size pastry cups filled with a classic flavor combo."
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1 (8 ounce) can
Pillsbury® refrigerated crescent dinner rolls or Pillsbury® Crescent Recipe Creations™ refrigerated flaky dough sheet
shredded Swiss cheese
chopped cooked bacon
chopped green onion
Didn't change a thing! They are delicious hot out of the oven and just as good cooled, on a buffet table where they attracted a lot of attention. They make a very pretty presentation. I shared your recipe with several people who were raving over how good they were. Will definitely make this again.
The recipe turned out very egg like in taste...more like a breakfast snack than an appetizer. It was tasty, but not what I would serve at a party. I would not include the egg mixture if I made this again.
I made these tarlets for Christmas Eve and Chistmas Day for two separate family gatherings. On Christmas Eve, I followed the recipe exactly as in the recipe and everyone loved them. However, on Christmas Day, I used monterey jack cheese and think it adds more flavor than the swiss cheese. Both ways were great and will be making again for another party on Monday..may try another type of cheese again!!!! This recipe is great
Delicious! I used a full size muffin/cupcake tray and it worked out fine. Didn't change anything! I made a second batch using milk bc I had no cream on hand, and it was good too, just not as rich.
I made this for bunko and followed the directions per the recipe. They turned out pretty well, but you really do have to watch to make sure you don't add too much egg into each dough-lined cup.
These are wonderful! I made them at christmas and they were gone before we knew it! Instead of swiss cheese I did use monterey jack because my family is not a big fan of swiss, these are so easy and yummy!
5 stars for taste, minus 1 star for preparation difficulty: stretching out the dough to fill regular muffin pans was a big hassle and resulted in slightly odd looking shapes. Mini muffin pans are probably easier but the filling would be so minimal I think the classic pilsbury dough flavor would overwhelm the cheesy goodness. Next time I'll try pie crust or puff pastry dough just for ease of assembly. Otherwise, the flavor is awesome and it's easy to make variations. Big hit at my lil sis' potluck wedding reception. Definitely recommended.
I thought these were very bland as written. They are very eggy, so I might use less egg next time, and maybe season w/ some salt/pepper, and add more cheese. As written there just isn't much flavor, but there is potential, I will probably try again, making some changes.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Crescent Bacon Cheese Tartlet
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 74
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