Refrigerated crescent roll dough make these savory breakfast pockets a snap to prepare. For a delicious variation, substitute shredded Swiss cheese for the cheddar cheese.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin
"This yummy recipe is a favorite with friends and family," assures Sherry, Crenshaw, Fort Worth, Texas. "Not only are the warm sandwiches easy to assemble, but they smell so good when baking that no one can resist them. They're a staple at our get-togethers."
One of my family's favorite dishes are these muffins. They measure the ingredients and grease the muffin tins, The muffins not only round out most meals, but they also make great grab-and-go snacks on busy mornings.—Joy Cochran, Roy, Washington
"This recipe was adapted from one I found in an old San Francisco Junior League cookbook," relates Laurie Mitchell from her home in Indianapolis, Indiana. "It's so easy and tastes so good that it's become one of my all-time favorite chicken dishes. I like to serve it with rice pilaf along with some lightly steamed, fresh green beans."
These clever envelopes may not hold Christmas cards, but your guests will still be eager to look inside. The hot pockets shaped with refrigerated dough are stuffed with a delicious ham-and-cheese filling.
Pepper and nutmeg spice up the rich sauce in this hearty pasta dish from Amy Luce of Mansfield, Texas. “I made this for my husband on our first Valentine’s Day when we were dating,” she says. “It was a big success.”
From York, Pennsylvania, Brad Eichelberger writes, "This is a different way to use up leftover mashed potatoes. It was an instant hit with our teenagers." Tip: "Serve with steamed green beans, cauliflower or broccoli," he says.
Whether you're looking for a savory appetizer or unique accompaniment to soup, this speedy specialty is sure to please. Helen Lamison of Carnegie, Pennsylvania tops packaged bread dough with ham and onions, then bakes it until golden.