St. Patrick’s Day Ruben Roll Ups
March is here and it’s time to celebrate with our St. Patrick’s Day Ruben Roll-Ups will leave you wanting more. They are the perfect bite-sized snack not only for St. Patrick’s Day for pretty much any occasion. It’s hard to believe how quickly is flying by and seems as though we were just ushering in the New Year and yet March is almost here. Being Irish, my father-in-law always loved St. Patrick’s Day and each year meant being treated to the most incredible corned beef and cabbage dinner for St. Patrick’s Day and I miss those meals each and every year. I wanted to make sure that we kept the memory of those days alive but needed to find a way to simplify and our St. Patrick’s Day Ruben Roll-Ups was the perfect solution. Not only are they quick and easy to make, but they’re perfect not only for St. Patrick’s Day, for game day parties, to take to work for potluck Friday and countless other occasions. Plus we love just keeping them on hand in the fridge for when you want to grab something quick to eat without having to spend hours cooking. These St. Patrick’s Day Ruben Roll-Ups are the perfect bite-size meal for any day of the week. Let’s get started:
2 packages of Refrigerated Crescent Rolls
16 slices of Corned Beef/Pastrami/Smoked Meat
8 slices of Swiss cheese
Thousand Island Dressing
-Preheat oven to 350°.
-Unroll crescent dough and separate into 8 rectangles.
-Cut cheese slices in half diagonally and place on rectangle dough.
-Place and fold 2 slices of meat on top of the cheese.
-Place a thin layer of sauerkraut on top of the meat.
-Roll up jelly-roll style, starting with the short side; pinch seam to seal.
-Cut each roll into halves and place on a parchment-lined cookie sheet.
-Sprinkle with Everything But Bagel Seasoning
-Bake until golden brown, 12-15 minutes.
-Serve with a side of Thousand Island Dressing.
Now that you’ve seen how easy it is to create your own St. Patrick’s Day Ruben Roll-Ups the only question is, what will you make them for? Whether it’s for St. Patrick’s Day, gameday, to send to school for a class party, to take with you to work for that end of the week potluck or just to have on hand, the possibilities are endless. What are your St. Patrick’s Day meals?