Ham and Cheese Croissants

Seven years ago I graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Communications.  Communicating is something that I do quite well. My junior and senior years at college were full of speeches in front of large classrooms.  I have not given a speech since then until yesterday.

A couple weeks back I had a friend ask me to speak about blogging partnerships to a Women’s Communications Association Group.  The speech would need to be 20-25 minutes long.  WHAT???  After going back and forth with my nerves I decided to say, “YES.”  For the past two weeks I have been on edge, nervous and anxious about my presentation.  I probably could have used a glass of wine right before I spoke just to calm my nerves.  As you can tell I lived through the speech and I think it will make me more comfortable in the future speaking to large crowds.  I mean come on I love to gab and I love the blog.

Ham and Cheese Croissants

With that being said lunch and dinner has been scarce around our home.  I’ve been working on other things trying to take my mind off the speech and didn’t even consider things for the blog or for dinner.

Today I am showing you an easy and quick recipe.  You probably even have the three ingredients in your refrigerator to make this ham and cheese croissant.  Olivia had it for lunch and ate two whole sammies.  She was definitely a huge fan and they were so easy to make.  Sometimes we seem to forget about the easy recipes that can suit the whole family in less than 20 minutes.

Ham and Cheese Croissants

ENJOY ~ Meagan

Print Recipe

Ham and Cheese Croissants

Yield: 8 croissants

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 12 minutes

Total Time: 17 minutes

Ingredients:

8 ounce container of crescent rolls
8 individual slices of ham lunch meat
1/3 cup plus 1 Tablespoon of grated cheese (you can use whatever kind you like)
1 egg white

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Roll out the crescent rolls into 8 pre-cut triangle shapes. Place one slice of meat onto each piece. Then top with cheese and roll up with long width first. Brush each croissant with egg white wash.

Place on non-stick baking pan and bake 12-14 minutes or until golden brown.

Ham and Cheese Croissants

10 comments

  1. how exciting!!! I’m sure you did amazingly!!!

    and girl…cheese and meat stuffed inside a croissant?? YESSSSHHH

  2. I’ll take 10 for breakfast, please. Congrats on the speaking engagement!! I hate public speaking, so I would have been a disaster, but I’m sure you did brilliantly.

  3. Love how light they look – delish!

  4. Simple, tasty and low effort. Perfect for kids and those crazy weeknights!

  5. These look dangerous….in the best possible way, of course 😉

  6. I love that these are so few ingredients and SO simple! Can’t wait to try them!

  7. Love how simple these are. So yummy!

    Congrats on the speaking engagement! That is so cool!

  8. Oh my gosh, I would be in so much trouble if I tried to make these!

  9. You were fantastic! And I’m so happy to have learned of your blog site. Will be spending a lot of time here. 😉 #gunsup

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