Recipe Box, Aspargus & Ham Alfredo Rolls

Sound fancy?  Yeah…..

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Hard to make?  Nahhhh….

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Time consuming?  Nope…

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Easy peasy?  Yep!

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Zippity Do Dah done!

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Crowd pleasing?

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Most definitely!!!

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Here’s the recipe

ASPARAGUS & HAM ALFREDO ROLLS   for a printable version click here

1 can Pillsbury reduced fat crescent rolls

1/2 cup Buitoni Light Alfredo Sauce

6 large slices deli ham, thin cut but not shaved

20 asparagus spears

4 oz shaved fresh Parmesan cheese

Snap off tough ends of asparagus and rinse.  Roll asparagus in a kitchen or paper towel and microwave on high for 1 minute.  Set aside. Separate dough into two rectangles and pinch perforations together forming 2 rectangular pieces of dough.  Spread with a thin layer of Alfredo Sauce and sprinkle with about 1/2 of cheese.  Lay 3 pieces of ham on each rectangle, cutting to fit if necessary.  Top each rectangle with about 10 asparagus spears.  Beginning from long side, gently roll dough as tightly as possible without stretching, to enclose filling.  Slice each roll into 4 pieces and place them, cut side up on a sil pat or parchment lined baking pan.  Bake at 375 for 10-12 minutes until dough is golden.  Makes 8

To serve, place a teaspoon of Alfredo sauce on each plate and spread a little with spoon back.  Place rolls atop sauce.  Sprinkle with additional Parmesan.

Great for appetizers, side dish, with soup or salad, brunch.

More good news, calorie count under 150-170 per roll [depending on how liberal you are with sauce and cheese~a little goes a long way!]

Enjoy!

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Comments
13 Responses to “Recipe Box, Aspargus & Ham Alfredo Rolls”
  1. Mary says:

    Oh these sound so good Jenna! Easy enough for a quick lunch but impressive enough for company too! The combinations that you could create with these rolls are endless 🙂

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  2. Looks fancy and sounds like a very tasty meal or appy:@)

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  3. Thanks so much for stopping by!! I hope you will check out my other post about the other tables from the Tea and i will still be doing one more post on the Tea in the future….

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  4. Me again!! I just got your comment on the other post about the Tea…. Thanks so much for coming by!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  5. These are great, Jenna!
    Kenley

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  6. I think I am going to use this for an appetizer on Thanksgiving day….Happy Monday!

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  7. These really look wonderful. I love everything in them! Thanks for the recipe! I did not get the chip and dip set at the thrift shop. I did go back but the chip and dip was $8 something and it was quite a large item and I just didn’t have anywhere to store it. Thanks for stopping by!

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  8. Joyce says:

    This little dish looks, sounds and I just know tastes wonderful!

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  9. Mindi says:

    Ohhh! These look so yummy! I am pinning for sure! And thanks for your sweet comment on my blog! Hugs!

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  10. Kenneth Goh says:

    Hi, I am hopping over from four seasons blog hop. Thanks for joining the party. It looks simple but presentable be it a side dish or a party snack. I like it. Pin for future reference. Thanks for your sharing. Kenneth Goh (Guaishushu @ http://kwgls.wordpress.com)

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  11. Kate says:

    What a nice luncheon treat these would be! Very nice.

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  12. Jenna, these look really delicious and so easy to make! They would be great to serve at a party. Thank you for sharing on the Four Seasons Blog Hop/
    Terri

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