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Ham & Cheese Scrolls

If you've been looking for an hors d'oeuvre recipe that's easy and delicious, have I got the recipe for you!  This one has been in my recipe book since my kids were small and it's always a hit - even with the kids!  Take a look:
Now, before you think, "This looks complicated" and leave, hear me out.  This is all you need:

Basil Pesto - just a few spoonfuls
A tube of puff pastry - I use croissants
6 thin slices of Swiss Cheese
6 thin slices of ham

That's it!

Here's what you do:

*Smack that tube of croissants on the edge of the counter and roll them out.  Pinch the edges together so you have a rectangle of pastry on the counter. 
*Spread a few spoonfuls of pesto over the pastry.
*Lay the 6 slices of ham and cheese over the pesto.
*Grab one edge and roll the whole thing until it's  a log.  If you want to get fancy, roll one side to the middle, then the opposite side to meet the first roll.
*Slice (with a serrated knife) into pieces and put them on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
*Bake at 425 degrees for approximately 15 minutes.

This is what you'll find on your cookie sheet:
These are best served hot, but I've eaten them cold too.  It's just like pizza, delicious at any temperature!  If you have leftovers - not that that happens very often, you can reheat them the next day.

Now that I've written the post, I think I need to make a new batch. I'm off to the store for ingredients and I hope you are too! Let me know how you like them.

As always, thanks for stopping by.  Have a great week and please share, pin, comment and follow.  I love having new friends at the Cottage!

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  1. These look really really good! Super easy too! Thank you for sharing at Dishing It & Digging It!

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    1. Thank you, Lori. I hope you'll give them a try!

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    1. They are both. I hope you'll try them!

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  3. Thanks for sharing this! Will be making these for our next party! Pinned!

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    1. Let me know how you like them, Laurie. Enjoy!

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  4. Sorry it took so long to visit – I’ve been off on vacation! Thanks for sharing on the What’s for Dinner link up!

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    1. No problem - hope you had a great time!

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  5. This would be great for a brunch too! I would love you to share this with Smell Good Sunday http://jaytriedandtrue.blogspot.com/2017/04/smell-good-sunday-18.html

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    1. Yes, it would, Jay! I'd love to share - on my way!

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  6. They look delicious!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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    1. Thanks, Cindy. They are pretty tasty!

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  7. These look delicious. My grandson would love these. Thanks for sharing on Sunday's Best.

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    1. Thank you, Rhonda. I guess you'll have to make him a batch!

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  8. Your Ham and Cheese Scrolls looks tasty. These would be great for a party. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle. Pinning.

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    1. They ARE great for parties, Beverly. Enjoy!

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