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Last Minute Idea: Ham & Cheese Tarts


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In a rush? Yeah, me too. Nothing like learning tonight’s get together is a POTLUCK. Or in this case, this morning’s 7 a.m. breakfast.


Good thing BamBam (and I) are 4 a.m. risers. See him helping here?

At least he is not hanging on to my leg and crying.

Ham and cheese tarts, ladies and gentlemen. Brew some coffee and let’s take shortcuts!

Make up some basic dough, or if really pressed for time, whip out that can of crescent roll dough hiding in your fridge.

Pre-heat oven according to directions.

Gah. Sausage fingers. I need to hire me a hand model.

Liberally spray a muffin pan with non-stick spray. Press enough dough into pan to cover the bottom. Here I used a mini-muffin pan.

Roll up some slices of ham. Cut into swirls with knife or pair of kitchen scissors.

Sprinkle with cheese, top with slices of green onion, and bake. I needed to add 3 minutes to the directions’ baking time.

If you let these cool a little, they are easier to pull up. Good piping hot, room temp, or cold.

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Larissa blogs at The Henway.

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Posted by on December 28, 2010 | Permalink  

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  1. 12-28

    They look so yummy what great little appetizers they could be if you use little muffin pan.

  2. 12-28

    That’s what I did with this batch! Bite-sized savory goodness…dang, now I am hungry.

  3. 12-28

    Larissa, they look great! Will definitely put these on my list to try. Oh, and your assistant is cute!

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