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Mini Crescent Burgers

Rated as 4.38 out of 5 Stars

"A friend first brought these snacks to a Sunday school party. The original recipe called for pork sausage, but I substituted ground beef with taste-tempting results. - Pam Buhr, Mexico, Missouri."
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Ingredients

35 m servings
Original recipe yields 16 servings

Directions

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  1. In a skillet, cook beef over medium heat until no longer pink; drain. Stir in the cheese and soup mix; set aside. Separate crescent dough into triangles; cut each triangle in half lengthwise, forming two triangles. Place 1 tablespoon of the beef mixture along the wide end of each triangle. Roll up; place pointed side down 2 in. apart on ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 375&deg: for 15 minutes or until golden brown.

Footnotes

  • Mini Crescent Burgers can be assembled up to 2 hours in advance. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until ready to bake.

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Most helpful positive review

These are really delicious and addicting! I did make a little adjustment by adding cream cheese to the meat to moisten it up and it tastes so much better with it in there, you should try it!

Most helpful critical review

Pretty good, the onion soup mix made the mix pretty strong, i will put half a packet in next time, but i did like how i mixed half sausage, half beef. I ended up using the whole crescent triangl...

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These are really delicious and addicting! I did make a little adjustment by adding cream cheese to the meat to moisten it up and it tastes so much better with it in there, you should try it!

I made this for a children's halloween party. I wasn't sure the kids would like the onion soup so I made taco meat and used the cheese in the meat. Let it cool and filled the rolls (I didn't cut...

I made this recipe using half ground sausage and half ground beef. I was concerned at first because when I tasted the mixture before rolling it up in the crescent roll dough it tasted VERY salt...

In Ohio, these are lil' slyders...after White Castle...we add american cheese slice (instead of shredded cheddar) & a pickle slice...YUM!!!!!

Pretty good, the onion soup mix made the mix pretty strong, i will put half a packet in next time, but i did like how i mixed half sausage, half beef. I ended up using the whole crescent triangl...

I added onion to the mix, and I didn't cut the crescent rolls. I just made regular size rolls and baked them the time said on the can. My husband loved these. They were quick and easy. Now I kee...

These were absolutely delicious. I would never have come up with the idea. The filling was delicious I added a little Worcestershire Sauce, A1 (Peppercorn), and I used Monterey Jack chesse inste...

These were SO good. I was surprised. I used american cheese, added a dill pickle and only used 1/2 pack of onion soup mix. I also didn't cut the trianges in half. Thanks for the great idea! ...

Sometimes I add ground Italian sausage when I double it instead of more hamburger for more flavor. We like to call them White Castle rolls.