Friday, February 12, 2010

"Mamma Mia" Ravioli Bites

I promised I was going to try some more of the finalist’s recipes from the Pillsbury Bake-Off® and I finally found the chance. My dinner club meets tomorrow night and I get to bring the appetizer. There were so many to pick from (I still plan on trying out a few more), but I ended up choosing these succulent Ravioli Bites created by my friend JoAnn Belack. I am very glad I did. Really, how can you go wrong with three kinds of cheese, fresh basil, salami and sundried tomatoes all cooked up in a tasty little crescent basket? Aren’t they about the cutest things you ever saw? Take it from me; they are as tasty as they look!

Here is a link to this delicious easy-to-make recipe:

Just add all of the filling ingredients together and stir....

I used a pizza cutter to cut the crescent dough. Don't you love how it comes in one long roll now? No more pressing together the seams.

Just fill the little crescent baskets with the cheese mixture and pop it into the oven for about 10 minutes.

I told you they were cute! Stay tuned for more Bake-Off® up will be my very own Pecan Cookie Waffles with Honey-Cinnamon Butter.


  1. These really look good. I am resisting making them, they are mouthwatering

  2. Love it. I haven't been able to find the sheets of crescent roll dough around here, it's most distressing.

  3. Cathy those look great...the filling sounds delicious

  4. Just happened upon your blog. Everything looks fabulous! Looking forward to following your posts!

  5. how. friggin. cute. not only that, but my goodness--they'd be delicious! the trouble with miniature anything is that i feel justified when i eat piece after piece after piece because they're small. excellent work, and i'm looking forward to reading about those waffles!

  6. oh YUM!!! those look wonderful! I'm starving and think I could put several away right about now. My stomach is seriously growling.

  7. Oh, drat. We don't have crescent rolls in Belgium. Normally, we don't mind because we have croissants. But when I see something like this I mind a LOT.

    I be these would be good with puff pastry, though. Hmmm....

    Thanks for posting this. What a good idea!

  8. OMG! YUMMMMM-EEEE I wish I had crescent rolls in the fridge