Football season is upon us! Weekends are now ruled by tailgates and parties to watch the big games. If you’re as busy this season with parties, food, and plenty of drinks; then, I think you’ll want to check out this yummy appetizer to bring to your next event. My normal tailgating go-to snack to bring is Buffalo Chicken Dip but, with every weekend needing something yummy, I decided that we needed to change up the menu. So, I came up with this yummy fresh recipe that is also easy finger food (PERFECTION!). I love this recipe because it’s a twist of the usual veggie & dip. I love the portability and, of course, how yummy it is!
What You’ll Need : (makes enough for 8 people)
1 – 8 oz can of crescent rolls
1 – 8 oz package of cream cheese spread (I chose chive & onion)
Veggies of your choice (I used carrots, broccoli, and red peppers)
How To Assemble :
Leave your cream cheese out in a room temperate room for about an hour prior to baking. It’ll be much easier to spread.
Spread your crescent rolls out flat on a non-stick pan and bake for the recommended time.
While those are cooking, start chopping all your veggies.
Once your crescent rolls are done baking, take them out and let them cool.
When your crescent rolls are cooled down, put your cream cheese spread over top. Sprinkle your vegies on top throughout.
Store in the refrigerator until you’re ready to eat!
Leave me a comment below and tell me what your favorite tailgate food is!
Follow my blog with Bloglovin