Hot Croissant-wiches

Here is a recipe for those times when time is of the essesence.  Trust me when I say you can’t get any easier.  They would make a quick lunch, especially for kids or a quick supper for those busy nights.  I got the idea from a commercial for croissant rolls and decided to try it.



  • 1 can of croissant rolls
  • 4 slices of American cheese
  • 8 slices of lunchmeat (I used 4 ham and 4 turkey.)


  1. Unroll croissant dough and pull apart.
  2. On the bottom (wide-end) of the triangle, place one piece of lunchmeat, folded in half.
  3. Break cheese in half.  (I made triangles, but it’s up to you.)  Place a cheese half on top of the lunchmeat.
  4. Roll up the dough to make a croissant.
  5. Repeat for remaining seven rolls.
  6. Place on ungreased baking sheet.
  7. Cook according to croissant package directions.
  8. Serve!

*Note:  We didn’t do this, but you could serve this with ranch dip or honey mustard or your favorite dipping sauce.  A side of carrots or peas would be good for a vegetable, too.


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2 responses to “Hot Croissant-wiches

  1. Dawn English

    I have been looking at the name of these and thinking about it for who knows how long. I was thinking, “is she trying to say witches or what, and why”. I just got it, lol, sandwiches

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