I had these appetizers bookmarked since the first time I visited Tasty Kitchen and I had the perfect event to try them out. This weekend was our town’s halloween parade – which everyone takes very seriously! People start saving spots on the sidewalk the night before (and earlier if they can get away with it!). It was a gorgeous night and the parade was so good this year. Lots of bands, floats and I think a crowd favorite – Ghostbusters and the StayPuff Marshmellow man! They stopped right in front of us and put on a little show. We went down to our friend Christy’s hair salon and had a great time!
1 pkg crescent rolls
4 oz cheese, cut into 1/2 inch pieces (any type of cheese would work. I used a mild cheddar cheese)
1/4 cup toasted sesame seeds
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cut crescent triangles into 3 equal pieces (24 total).
Wrap one piece of crescent dough around one cube of cheese. Try to press the crescent so that no cheese is showing. Some will still seep out of some of the pops, but this prevents too much from leaving the crescent shells.
Roll each crescent ball in the toasted sesame seeds.
Place each roll into a mini-muffin pan. Bake for about 10-12 minutes until golden brown.