Cheesy Cheddar Bacon Bombs

This savory appetizer has a creamy, cheesy, and smoky bacon filling surrounded by a buttery puff pastry. It’s made with only 5-ingredients and is um um good.

CHEESY CHEDDAR BACON BOMBS. A flaky, buttery pastry stuffed with a creamy, cheesy, and smokey bacon filling. So good and made with only 5 ingredients.I’m really excited to be sharing my first savoury post. I’m making this specifically for Fiesta Friday’s One Year Anniversary Celebration. A big thank you to Angie@TheNoviceGardener for hosting this fabulous party every week and to all her delightful co-hosts over the year. I have met so many wonderful fellow bloggers through Fiesta Friday. It is truly a party of sharing delicious food ideas and meeting amazing people.

CHEESY CHEDDAR BACON BOMBS. A flaky, buttery pastry stuffed with a creamy, cheesy, and smokey bacon filling. So good and made with only 5 ingredients.So, all you need for this recipe is one package of Pillsbury crescent rolls, half a block of cream cheese, 4 strips of cooked and diced bacon, and one green onion stalk.

CHEESY CHEDDAR BACON BOMBS. A flaky, buttery pastry stuffed with a creamy, cheesy, and smokey bacon filling. So good and made with only 5 ingredients.You mix everything together, spoon it onto the pastry dough, fold up the corners, pinch the seams together, and bake for 8-10 minutes. What you get is a soft, cheesy, smoky, salty, little bites of heaven.

CHEESY CHEDDAR BACON BOMBS. A flaky, buttery pastry stuffed with a creamy, cheesy, and smokey bacon filling. So good and made with only 5 ingredients.This recipe makes 8 pieces, so feel free to double or triple the recipe depending on the number of people you are serving. Now, the most important thing is to enjoy these babies warm because nothing beats melty cheese, am I right?

Cheesy Cheddar Bacon Bombs

  • Servings: 8
  • Difficulty: easy
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Ingredients

1 pkg Pillsbury crescent roll

half a block of cream cheese, softened

4 strips of cooked and diced bacon

1 chopped green onion stalk

1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese

Directions

1) Preheat oven to 375F. In a medium bowl, mix the cream cheese, bacon, onion and shredded cheese together.

2) Roll out the pastry and pinch the seams of the dough together. Cut into 2 strips lengthwise. Then cut each strip into 4 equal pieces, making 8 pieces total.

3) Place heaping spoonfuls of the mixture onto each piece. Fold up the corners and press the seams together to seal.

4) Bake for 8-10 minutes or until lightly golden. Remove and serve immediately.

Recipe adapted from Buns In My Oven

 

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Comments

  1. These are awesome!! I love eating such things in the afternoon snack… I should probably try these next weekend 😀

  2. I bet it’s a crowd pleaser:) pined!

  3. Wow!! These look insanely good.

  4. These look so scrumptuous Lily!! I could polish off half a dozen 😀

  5. These look delicious and I love how easy they are to put together. The perfect Fiesta Friday appetizer. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  6. Wow! I had the same thought about saying these are Da Bomb! These look amazing.

  7. I was going to say these bombs are da bomb, but my daughter told me to stop saying that. It’s uncool these days, I suppose. Is this really your first savory recipe?! You know what, you’re every bit as good with savory as with sweet! What a wondeful easy recipe this is! I can’t wait to try it! Thanks, Lily! 😍

  8. These bombs look so good and love how easy they are to make. Definitely need more recipes like this one in my appetizer repertoire. Recipe pinned!

  9. Lily.. This is FABULOUS!! These little bombs look so delicious… I do my grocery shopping tomorrow, and will be adding these ingredients to the list. I need to try them!! Wonderful post! ❤️

  10. Lily, these are the perfect canapé – uncomplicated, quick and full of flavour. Bookmarking for my next party! Happy FF

  11. Wow, these look so simple yet so delicious!! I bet the leftovers would be great at breakfast, too…if there ARE any leftovers 😉

  12. Yummy, Lily! This looks great 😀 Happy FF!

  13. Ohhhh its sounds so good!!! Can’t wait to try. 😀

  14. Oh yum! This is just perfect finger food and I love that there are only 5 ingredients! Thanks so much for bringing these flavourful bites to our celebration! 😀

  15. Oh gosh these look good! And perfect picture packages on that first photo! Thank you for bringing to the party!

  16. These look like the BOMB. Haha see what I did there? Can’t wait to sink my teeth into one of these. Happy FF

  17. Wowwww I’d like about 10 of those lol… they look incredible!! Pinning ♥

  18. If you have a arsenal of savory recipes like this one, Lily, you may just have to step away from the sweet stuff again soon! Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love your sweet recipes…but these savory bombs look spectacular. I’ll never turn down a bacon and cheese anything. 🙂

  19. Bombs Away! These look delish. Happy FF, Tracey

  20. It’s so good of you to make a savoury exception for Fiesta Friday. These neat little appetizers are bound to please. Hope you have a lovely weekend and enjoy the party.

  21. It never occurred to me that you didn’t post savory! I really like this appetizer. It’s gorgeous and easy to make. Perfect for FF!

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