Sometimes, when you’re hungry, you make poor food choices. And sometimes, those poor food choices, turn out to be glorious. And then, you have to share them. I mean, HAVE to, as if it’s your civic duty. That is what I have here today: a snack that is so bad that it’s good and vice versa. What am I talking about? Well, this little bundle of buttery, crusty, gooey joy, of course…

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The concept is a novice one. You endulge the dough in a bath of cream cheese, roll them up, and bake them into perfect doses of Heaven. It’s really that simple. The result however? Ermahgerd! {Did I really just say that for the first time ever?} See. My brain is shutting down from happiness.

Ingredients:

  • Philadelphia Bacon Cream Cheese (you found the secret)
  • Pillsbury Crescent Rolls (I had 90 calorie on hand)


Directions:

  1. Preheat oven as directed on the crescent rolls.
  2. Roll out the crescent rolls but leave connected. This makes it easier to spread the cream cheese.
  3. Spread a generous amount of cream cheese across each triangle. You could be stingy but…it’s bacon…and why?? If you’re going to be stingy on this step then I don’t want to know you. Ever. No. Your argument is invalid. 
  4. Bake for 9 to 12 minutes or until golden brown.
  5. Once they are cool enough, devour! I mean, share them with loved ones while smiling like those polite families on all of those fake commercials. Just don’t touch my sister’s. She’ll stab you with a fork.

Next goal? Add bacon lover’s sausage! If you try it out for me, let us know how it is!

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Raised in Northwest Arkansas with the soul of a Georgia peach, Emily has always seen herself as a southern girl with a passion for the beach. Now, with her three young children, she travels the United States full-time following her husband’s career and her family’s dreams. Join them as she shares their adventures in camper living, healthy lifestyles, and travel schooling.

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