Cheesesteak Crescent Roll Cups

Cheesesteak Crescent Roll Cups | This Gal Cooks

It’s time for another appetizer recipe.

These Cheesesteak Crescent Roll Cups are full of cheesy, beefy goodness that makes your mouth burst with flavor. That cheesy, beefy goodness is nestled within a soft, melt in your mouth buttery crescent roll crust. They’re simply irresistible and they’re made with quality Boar’s Head cheese, meat and condiments.

Cheesesteak Crescent Roll Cups | This Gal Cooks

Boar’s Head has been providing customers with quality, gluten free products for over 100 years. They are my go to brand for deli meats and mouthwatering cheeses. I absolutely L-O-V-E Boar’s Head Havarti with Dill, Boar’s Head Smoked Gruyere and Boar’s Head Sharp Vermont White Cheddar. And I may have a second love affair with their EverRoast Chicken, Sandwich Style Pepperoni and Oven Roasted Beef.

Excuse me while I get a napkin. All of this talk of delicious meats and cheeses is making me drool.

I’m a gal who loves appetizers. I’m a gal who can make a meal out of appetizers. Saturday was an appetizers for dinner kind of day. I made the Cheesesteak Crescent Roll Cups that I’m sharing with you today. I made Curry Shrimp Stuffed Mushrooms, which I’ll be sharing with you at a later date. I made meatballs and Ken grilled them. We stuffed our faces with those oh so good appetizers. Then we did it all again on Sunday. Because LEFTOVERS!

Cheesesteak Crescent Roll Cups | This Gal CooksCheesesteak Crescent Roll Cups

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Cheesesteak Crescent Roll Cups
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Recipe type: appetizers
Serves: 24
  • ¾ C Boar's Head deli roast beef, chopped
  • 3 slices of Boar's Head Sharp Vermont White Cheddar Cheese
  • 1½ tbsp Boar's Head Horseradish Sauce
  • ¼ C diced red bell pepper
  • ¼ C diced sweet onion
  • 1 8oz container of refrigerated crescent roll dough
  • Chopped fresh chives for garnish
  • Extra horseradish sauce, if desired
  • 24 cup mini muffin pan
  1. Preheat your oven to 350.
  2. Roll out the crescent roll dough. Pinch together the seams of each triangle to make four rectangles. Cut each rectangle into 6 squares. Carefully place each square into the muffin cups of the mini muffin pan.
  3. Mix together the chopped roast beef, diced onion and pepper and the horseradish sauce. Place 1 tsp of the mixture into each cup.
  4. Cut each slice of cheese into 8 rectangle shaped slices. Place a slice of cheese over each cup.
  5. Bake for 15 minutes.
  6. Remove from the oven and garnish with fresh chives, if desired.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 3 cheesesteak cups

Cheesesteak Crescent Roll Cups | This Gal CooksCheesesteak Crescent Roll Cups | This Gal CooksI was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.


Discover new meats and cheeses and build your own cheese board by visiting Boar’s Head on the web. You can even print out your own grocery list for easy in store selection!

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    • says

      I knew you would love these, Claire! I’ll bring them to our little Orlando party that we will have one day. haha. ;) Thanks for stopping by and for the pin, too!

  1. says

    Hi, Julie. I’m addicted to crescent rolls lately (croissants?) soooo I’m loving the idea of using them for a tasty and creative appetizer like this! Love the sound of putting the horseradish in there, too. Another one of my favourites!
    Oh, and thanks for mentioning my bruschetta, too … I feel very honoured! :-)

    • says

      Hi Helen! They are a little like croissants but not exactly. The brand that makes the dough also makes croissant dough. So you have your choice. Haha. Thanks so much for stopping by. And happy to have shared your delicious appetizer recipe! :)

  2. says

    These look mouth-watering! The cheeses you described sound heavenly, I think I’ll be hitting up the deli today even, just to fill my fridge! It’s true, the quality of deli meat really makes a huge difference in how good your food tastes. Awesome recipe, pinned x 3!

  3. says

    Wow, these look so good, Julie! They would make the perfect game day appetizer. I can’t wait to make these. I always love buying Boar’d Head meats and cheese at Publix. Thanks for including a link to my recipe!

    • says

      I bought some Boar’s Head Smoked Gouda from Publix the other day. Seriously, it’s just about gone. We LOVE that stuff! Thanks so much for stopping by, Ashley! Hope you’re having a great week!


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