Canadian Cheese Stuffed Crescent Rolls

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These Canadian cheese stuffed crescent rolls are best served hot/warm because melted cheese is always best in my opinion! Whether for a pre-Christmas dinner snack or New Year’s party app, you will surely impress your guests with your #CanadianCheese!
  • 1 wedge Baluchon cheese , cut in half lengthwise so portion isn’t so thick (save other half for another use.)
  • 1 wedge Boerenkaas cheese (trimmed so even in thickness.)
  • 2 packages original crescent rolls (mine are the 8-count size.)
  • Cucumbers, crackers, and other munchies for serving alongside cheese 🙂
  1. Preheat oven to 375F.
  2. Open both containers of crescent rolls. Divide in half evenly so you have four sheets.
  3. Place two sheets of dough spaced apart on a baking sheet. Add cheese on top of dough. Cover cheese with remaining dough pieces, making sure to seal the edges the best you can.
  4. Pop into oven and bake for 20-25 minutes, or until golden brown and no raw dough appears.
  5. Serve immediately with cucumbers and crackers!

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