Warm Holiday Ham Crescents

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Easy warm ham sandwiches that use convenience foods to make a tasty dish. Serve with tomato soup and a leafy salad.


  • 1/2 pound fully cooked ham (brown-sugar, shaved)
  • 8 ounces crescent dinner rolls (refrigerated)
  • 4 slices mozzarella cheese (OR Swiss, cut diagonally)
  • 3 tablespoons mayonnaise (OR salad dressing)
  • 1 tablespoon dijon (style mustard)
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    1. Separate package of crescent rolls into triangles; place on waxed paper. Place cheese triangle over each dough triangle. Divide ham among the 8 dough/cheese triangles. Beginning at widest end, roll up to form a crescent. Place on baking sheet that has been coated with cooking spray. Bake at 375 degrees F for 13 to 15 minutes. Meanwhile, in small bowl, stir together mayonnaise and mustard; serve with Ham Crescents.
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    Jeryka 6 months ago
    Everyone in our household loved them!
    Toni Prunty 7 months ago
    great have made them many times before
    Lisa 7 months ago
    super easy and tasty . perfect warm snack for the kids
    Steven 7 months ago
    So easy to make and very yummy
    Cameron Molnar 8 months ago
    super simple and really good! my kind if meal
    Carey 8 months ago
    Family loved them for breakfast!
    Tamara Alas 8 months ago
    I made this today for lunch for my grown kids and myself. I used swiss cheese and made the sauce/dip. I used delicatessen mustard instead of dijon because I prefer a softer mustard flavor. Making it was so simple but the flavors seemed complex. I will definitely keep as a Yum!
    Melissa 8 months ago
    SO YUMMY! Fast and easy, too. We just used thinly sliced sandwich ham, and some havarti or shredded mozzarella. I skipped the dipping sauce.
    Christina 9 months ago
    My family all loved this!! A delicious way to use up leftover holiday ham. I did not have honey Dijon mustard, so used a honey Dijon salad dressing instead. It worked well.
    Michelle Fryar 9 months ago
    Was easy to make. We didn’t care too much for the dipping sauce. I used both mozzarella and Swiss cheese, and both were good! I think I sprayed the cookie sheet with too much non-stick spray, so my crescent rolls took a little longer to bake without being soggy. I would make this again!
    Lori Brackenbury 9 months ago
    perfect would make again