These flaky and buttery Crack Dip Crescent bombs are filled with creamy and addicting crack dip! You can’t eat just one, better make a few batches for your holiday!
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When I think of all the Holidays, two stand out for me. I like them all, but for me, Easter and Thanksgiving are where it’s at. I like Halloween because you get to dress up, eat lots of candy, and just have fun!
Valentine’s Day is over-rated, and Christmas has become so commercialized that I can’t stand it. I mean, seeing garland and ornaments in August is just too much for me to handle.
Easter, for me, brings a sense of renewal. Renewal in the spiritual sense, and renewal in nature.
Plus a whole lot of Spring cleaning in my clutter-ridden house. It really needs to be Spring for about 37 months to achieve optimal cleaning. Plus a few paid helpers.
Thanksgiving is my other favorite. Mostly because we have our annual Traveling Thanksgiving Reunion. You can read about this crazy weekend in these other posts if you have the time.
Porch Swings, Chocolate Babka, and Menurkeys
Our family, which is quite large (about 50 or so attend regularly,) get together for 4 days of non-stop eating, partying, story-swapping, team cheering loudness!
We also sing songs. That we have written down. With a backup soundtrack.
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How many people can say that they have been gathering like that for 37 years?
Not many… I am very blessed and THANKFUL to have that.
In order to feed all these people, you have to be organized and like to spend hours in the kitchen cooking. Like me, minus the organized part.
To keep everyone happy, we serve lots of appetizers or tapas. Looks like I named my blog appropriately huh? I am usually in charge of the appetizers and a few desserts. Plus take home cookies.
Everyone likes, and pre-orders, their dozen of my chocolate chip cookies. You can find that killer cookie recipe here.
This year, I will be unable to attend our festivities, only the second time this has happened, but I am working those days feeding some other special people:)
If I was going I would be making this Crack Dip Crescent Bombs recipe that I am about to share with you.
With the help of Pillsbury, I am rolling out some Original Crescent Roll dough and filling it with this addictive dip recipe. Rightly named Crack Dip.
It is creamy, full of cheesy goodness and topped with bacon. Who doesn’t love bacon?!?! These Crack Dip Crescent bombs of goodness are a snap to throw together and will keep all your guests happy while the turkey is cooking!
These little bombs of goodness are a snap to throw together and will keep all your guests happy while the turkey is cooking!
The Crack Dip is great on its own. I have eaten a spoonful or two, or three, or four. But when you add it to the buttery and flaky rolls they are complete Crack Dip Crescent Bombs.
Just be sure you don’t fill up on these before the turkey gets done! I might be spending Thanksgiving with just my hubby and my kids but I will still be celebrating #ThanksgivingWithPillsbury. And singing those songs…
What are some of your favorite Thanksgiving traditions?
MORE EASY APPETIZERS
- Marshmallow Crescent Pockets
- Mini Pepper Jelly Cheese Balls
- Taco Ring
- Crack Pretzels
- Deep Fried Cornbread Dressing Balls
For the Crack Dip:
- 8 ounces of sour cream
- 2 tablespoons Ranch Dip Seasoning ((or you can use the packaged one))
- 2 ounces cream cheese
- 1/2 cup sharp cheddar cheese
- 2 slices bacon (fried crispy and chopped)
- 2 green onion (sliced)
- 1 teaspoon hot sauce
- 2 packages of Pillsbury Original Crescent Rolls
- Mix your Crack Dip and store in the fridge for a few hours to let the flavors mingle a bit. This can be made a few days ahead of time if you need to.
- When ready to make the bombs:
- Preheat your oven to 375F.
- Unroll Crescent Rolls.
- Keep the triangles together but separate into 4 rectangles.
- From the short side, cut the rectangles into thirds. You should end up with 12 smaller rectangles.
- Place a teaspoon of dip on one end and fold over the other end and pinch all the edges closed.
- Repeat with the other roll of dough.
- Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
- Serve warm.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 24 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 61Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 15mgSodium: 78mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 2g
This nutrition information was generated via a third party, Nutritionix, and can not be held liable for any discrepancies in the information provided.
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