Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Bacon and Cream Cheese Crescents & eeeeeeeppppppp!

I made these (along with my the usual pigs in a blanket) for the Halloween party...
yum yum.
You know they are a hit when there are none left in your casserole dish at the end of the night!

8 oz tub of chive cream cheese
bag of bacon (on the salad dressing isle)
or you can fry up your own bacon... overachiever!
2 rolls of pop-a-can crescent rolls

mix the bacon and cream cheese together
cut crescent triangles into halves (2 triangles)
put a dollop of mixture on the fat end of each triangle crescent
roll up and bake for 8-9 minutes

and the eeeeeeppppppp:

Our pic is at the top of the BAKERELLA page this morning!! {{WHOOT!}}
see Bakerella here and see my post about our book signing here.


Today I am thankful for girls night out...
Last night one of my girlfriends hosted a "Stampin Up" party 
(yes ladies, these are still cool in 2010 for us craters, and they sell MUCH more than just stamps now!)
We headed down to party with her and had dinner together on the way home. I love spending time with these ladies and I am so thankful to have them in my life.


A.Leo said...

These look so good! I'm definitely going to have to make these for my next get together!

Samantha said...


mommara said...

It was so fun, can't wait to be a stampin granny with ya. Movies

Lori said...

These really look good and I really enjoyed all your Fall decorating ideas on your previous posts! I may even try some of those!

Kate @ The Gaines Gang said...

Oh my! These look delish! I can't wait to make them!

Congrats on the Bakerella post, I so wanted to drive down to Northpark to visit and SHOP!

Thanks agian for stopping by!

Julie @ My Life...Inspired said...

Those look DELICIOUS!!!! And YAY for the pic on cool!

Michele said...

Yummy! I'm definitely going to try this recipe. I really like your blog. I'm your newest follower :)

Anonymous said...

Saw strawberry and cream cheese on crescants (mini ones) can't find. Do you know where I might find them again?

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