15 Jan 2012 2 Comments
Yesterday morning I got up at 6am. I am not a morning person, but I got up so I could take pictures of the sunrise over this beautiful field. I drove to the field and ended up having to walk for like a quarter mile in the 18 degree weather. Then a cop stopped to see if I was running away from home which was interesting. And then I ended up not getting the picture I wanted. Sometimes I don’t like being a photographer one bit. But most of the time I love it.
I made these Cheeseburger Pockets for New Year’s Eve. They were super duper delicious! The filling was so good that my sister and I used the leftover filling as a dip. They’d be great for any get together or the Super Bowl. My family is not into football, but we watched the Patriots vs. Bronco game. I just felt bad for the Broncos!
How do you celebrate the Super Bowl? Who are you rooting for?
We’re from Boston so I’m rooting for the Patriots. Our church has a chili cook-off and dessert competition on Superbowl Sunday which I love. I’m trying to figure out what to make for the dessert competition. Suggestions?
Have a great week!
- Enough dough for 12 crescent rolls (or another kind of pre-made dough)
- 1/2 pound bacon, diced
- 1 poundground beef
- 1/2 small onion, chopped
- 3/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoonpepper
- 1/2 pound process cheese (Velveeta), cubed
- 2 to 3 tablespoonsbutter, melted
- Ketchup or barbecue sauce, optional (for dipping)
- In a large skillet, cook bacon over medium heat until crisp. Using a slotted spoon, remove to paper towels.
- In another skillet, cook the beef and onion until meat is no longer pink. Add the salt and pepper. Drain the excess fat.
- Add in bacon and cheese. Cook and stir until cheese is melted. Remove from heat.
- Unwrap the crescent rolls and lay out the sheet of dough. Push together the seems so it’s one rectangular sheet of dough.
- Cut the crescent roll sheets into squares (two triangles to a square). Add a couple spoon-fulls of the meat mixture to the dough. Fold the corners up and press it together to form a little pocket.
- Bake according to the crescent roll package instructions (usually for about 10 minutes).
Makes 12 pockets.
Recipe adapted from Taste of Home.