Sunday, December 14, 2014

Ham and Turkey Croissants

In this home, we agree on many things. Except food.

Somehow we've created little connoisseurs that think very differently about their preferred menus.

But tonight, a slight miracle occurred. I made a meal creatively, using a couple of recipes as a guide, and I managed to please everyone, myself included. I have no photos, but here's what I did. Simple and delicious!

Turkey, and ham in you preferred, chopped finely
Ranch dressing
Peas and small cubed carrots (you could also add in some finely chopped celery)
Mozzarella cheese
cajun seasoning
Croissant rolls

Make a mix of all the ingredients, except the rolls, until well coated in the Ranch dressing.
Get a muffin tin coated in olive oil or butter.
Place an uncooked croissant roll in each hole of your muffin tin, with the larger portion covering the bottom of the tin, and the smaller part hanging out.
Fill with the mix, and close the croissant, tucking it under the bottom.
Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes.

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