Creamy Ground Beef Crescent Roll is a quick and easy dinner option using just four ingredients. Refrigerated crescent rolls hold a mix of ground beef and seasoned cream cheese in this family friendly dish.
Well, you may disagree with the title of this post but as someone who has a very hard time NOT using a recipe when fixing supper (unless it’s something I’ve fixed since childhood), I consider this getting creative!
I have no idea what to call it…maybe Crescent Roll Hamburger Log?
Doesn’t sound too appetizing, huh?
Have you used the Philadelphia Cooking Creme? I snagged the Italian Cheese & Herb variety with a coupon (for free) and was quite impressed with the flavor and ease of use.
It’s just me so I didn’t want a lot of leftovers so I used half the cream cheese and ground beef and saved the rest for another day.
I cooked up the ground beef with some salt and pepper and drained it.
I popped open a can of Pillsbury Crescent Rolls and laid them out slightly overlapping on a cookie sheet.
Then I combined half the beef with half of the container of cream cheese and a handful of Italian blend cheese.
I scooped the mixture onto the fat ends of the rolls and folded the narrow end over the mixture and tucked it under the other side.
I baked it at 375 for 11 minutes then sprinkled another small handful of cheese on top and turned on the broiler for about 2 minutes.
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