I couldn’t bring myself to put the name of the dish as the title for my post for fear people might think I have completely lost my mind.
Here goes: Amazing White Trash Puff Balls
so cute and tasty!
Can you imagine: “Hello Mrs. Snobbylicious, would you like some white trash puff balls?…they are amazing!” OK so…That’s my little imagination running wild….I don’t know anyone named Snobbylicious…I do however know a few snobs! No, No not you! 😉
My friend Tonya brought those to our last Euchre party and it was like a group of wild women over those cute little trashy puffs. Isn’t it amazing that 3 ingredients, and I mean, 3 SIMPLE ingredients cause such a stir!
1 (8 ounce) package Hormel sliced pepperoni (or any brand)
1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese (I used low fat)
2 (10 1/8 ounce) packages Pillsbury Refrigerated Crescent Dinner Rolls (I bought the low-fat kind)
Preheat oven to 350degrees
Take out the crescent rolls, and separate into the individual triangles.
Flatten each triangle and slice it so that it becomes three small triangles.
Dice or chop your pepperoni into tiny, tiny pieces.
Mix the pepperoni into the cream cheese, stir very well so all of the pepperoni pieces are mixed into the cream cheese.
Take a little spoonful of your cream cheese/pepperoni mixture and put it in the middle of one of your crescent rolls triangles.
Pinch up all of the sides around the filling.
Repeat and place them all on a cookie sheet. (or 2 small muffin pans)
Bake for the amount of time stated on the crescent rolls (usually 11 minutes)
Let cool for a few minutes before serving!
I did mine in the mini muffin tin. So easy and quick.
Note: I also tried with diced ham and shredded cheese…YUMMY and the girls loved it.
Here’s a look inside
OK so just for the sake of this white trash idea, I came up with the perfect white trash dessert to go with the appetizers:
Chocolate Peanut Butter White Trash Mushy Balls
(oh yeah…I went there!)
Nutella (or any hazelnut spread)
I know there is no quantities but seriously just go for it. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. On a large cookie sheet with parchment paper (or silpat) or a small muffin tin. Cut each crescent roll pieces into 3. Arrange on your cookie sheet or muffin tin. Put a dollop of peanut butter and nutella. Feel free to mix them up a little. Close tightly and bake in your oven for 10-11 minutes. YUMMY!
Both recipes on same printer friendly 🙂
Peace and Keeping Up With The Trash,