French Dip Crescents

French Dip Crescents


There are some recipe ideas out there that are just complete genius. And this is one of those meals! Not only are these little buggers good, but they’re totally fun to eat. Brycen loved dipping the crescent roll into the Au Jus with his hands. Did I say Brycen? I meant my husband. They both loved this dinner and so did I! It’s a really fun way to make french dip sandwiches. I think it took about 3 or 4 minutes to get them prepared. Then they just had to bake and the Au Jus had to simmer. It was so easy and yummy! This is definitely a new go-to recipe that we’ll be making for a long time.

Unroll 8 of the crescents on a standard cookie sheet. You’ll want to flatten them out a little bit so they’re not so thick and bake easier/better.

Cover each crescent with a slice of roast beef.

Then place a piece of cheese over the roast beef.

Roll the crescents starting from the wide end and ending at the narrow end, pressing down on the narrow end so the roll stays together.

These are so easy and a family favorite! This recipe is no fail and super kid friendly.

French Dip Crescents

Yield: 16 crescents

French Dip Crescents

Ingredients

  • 2 tubes of crescent rolls, 8 count
  • 1 lb. deli roast beef, sliced thin (around size 1 1/2 at the deli)
  • 16 slices Swiss cheese (I bought a package of the pre-sliced Swiss cheese and cut each slice in half. It was cheaper and much easier that way!)
  • Au Jus, for dipping

Instructions

  1. Unroll 8 of the crescents on a standard cookie sheet. Flatten each crescent to stretch it farther.
  2. Cover each crescent with a slice of roast beef. Then place a slice of Swiss cheese over the roast beef.
  3. Roll the crescents starting from the wide end and ending at the narrow end, pressing down on the narrow end so the roll stays together.
  4. Bake at 375 degrees for 11 โ€“ 13 minutes, or until the crescents are a golden color. Repeat with the other 8 crescent rolls or save them for another meal. Serve with hot Au Jus.
https://www.cupcakediariesblog.com/2012/01/french-dip-crescents.html
Looking for more kid favorites? Check out these favorites!

Mini Biscuit Pizzas
Crock Pot Mac and Cheese
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