Philly Cheesesteak Crescents
Philly cheesesteaks are delicious, but oftentimes extremely filling. Philly Cheesesteak Crescents are perfect to fill your craving for the best Philly cheesesteak without making you feel like you ate too much. The classic cheesesteak fillings are stuffed inside a crescent roll, so the portions are automatically controlled to be a manageable size. You can serve these little delights as an appetizer or even as a full meal. They're perfect for a party or a potluck. Everyone is sure to love them!
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Sep 01, 2017
Football season is upon us and I am constantly looking for what to serve during the game. These Philly Cheesesteak Crescents fir the bill perfectly. they are easy to make, full of flavor. not messy to eat, and they are hardy and satisfying. what more could you ask for, except your team winning the game.
Jun 23, 2017
This philly cheesesteak recipe sounds like a SUPER FUN appetizer to make for a crowd! Such a cool and unique way to take a classic sandwich and turn it into fun finger foods. YUM.
Jun 01, 2017
I love Philly cheesesteaks and this small version looks absolutely irresistible. I could easily devour a plateful of these goodies without batting an eye. They'd also make an excellent appetizer, though I fear my wife or myself would be stuck in the kitchen the entire evening baking these and delivering them to the hungry hordes.
Apr 05, 2017
This is something that would make my husband very, very happy. He loves Philly Cheesesteak. It's one of his favorite things. I love that these are made in crescent rolls. It seems like it would be a great way to have a complete meal that would taste great. Does the crescent get soggy with these? I haven't cooked too many of those, so I'm not sure what to expect. Thanks for any input!
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Jan 26, 2017
This recipe has all the delicious flavors of the original, but it is a lot less messy to eat! I had a cheesesteak and peppers sandwich not too long ago from a local pizza / sub joint and it was dripping cheese and slippery onions everywhere. This makes it a neat little bundle. I can imagine a group of teenagers eating a boat load of these! The fact that the "steak" is actually sliced deli beef really is a timesaver, but you would never know the difference!
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