Taco Crescent Rolls

You know by now we are ALL about new takes on classic recipes, and we are so excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with Evite and Old El Paso to bring you a new twist on the traditional taco.

These amazing taco crescent rolls are quickly becoming one of our favorites. They are so kid-friendly (they fit perfectly in my two-year-old’s hand!) and make a great dish for the upcoming Cinco De Mayo festivities! Oh, and did I mention they only have 5 ingredients? Yeah – these taco crescent rolls just keep getting better and better.

Serves: 4

Taco Crescent Rolls

These 5-ingredient Taco Crescent Rolls are the perfect kid-friendly Cinco De Mayo food!

15 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

30 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Heat oven to 375 degrees. Cook beef in frying pan until cooked through, then drain and stir in taco seasoning mix and cheese.
  2. Pull dough apart into triangles and place on ungreased cookie sheet.
  3. Spoon 3 tablespoons of ground beef mixture onto each triangle, then roll up into a crescent.
  4. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
  5. Garnish with Mexican cheese blend and/or more salsa.
Cuisine: Mexican | Recipe Type: Main Dish
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http://www.sixsistersstuff.com/recipe/2015/04/taco-crescent-rolls/

Taco Crescent Rolls with Old El Paso

Cute, right? And super-tasty, too! So whether you’re partying at home or hanging out with friends this Cinco De Mayo, these are sure to be a crowd-pleaser. 😉

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7 Responses to “Taco Crescent Rolls”

  1. this looks really easy and good! I just need some clarification. Where do you put the 1/4 cup of salsa? It doesn't seem to say in your instructions except for at the very end as a garnish and that said "top with MORE salsa". This seems to indicate that salsa was added somewhere else. I assume to mix the salsa into the meat mixture?
  2. Cheryl
    These are delicious. I'm not used to dealing with the pastry so I had some trouble opening and working with it. Dough should be cold, just and out of the refrigerator, and If you overfill, the dough will be too thin in some spots. Mine didn't look as lovely as the picture, but they turned out and were delicious. Plan to make them again.

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