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Scott's fabulous Aunt Joan of Mt. Pleasant, S.C. e-mailed me a recipe we should all try, especially for all the asparagus lovers. So tasty!
I have not made this yet, but I plan to, pending my next grocery run.
If you try it, come back and share the delicious results. IMHO, anything enveloped in a crescent roll has to be deelish. Plus the cheese...I mean, really. Dairy is divine. - Erin

Steam asparagus and cool in fridge
Open package of Crescent rolls (do immediately after removing from fridge...if you let the Crescent rolls come to room temp the results will be flat) and layout on ungreased baking sheet
Spread each triangle with your spreadable cheese of choice (mine is Boursin/herb cheese)
Put three perfectly steamed asparagus on cheese and roll Crescent roll up
Bake your eight filled Crescent rolls as directed on Crescent roll package
Serve as a great bread sidedish OR cut each roll into four pieces and enjoy the BEST h'ors d'oeuvre ever.


  1. My goodness...that sounds scrumptious. I think I might try that one out B/c I do love some cheese, bread and asparagus!


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