The definition of elegance in simplicity, these awesome tasting crescent rolls are so easy to prepare, ready in less than 30 minutes, visually appealing and have such a delectable taste. You’d always want more after a single bite of this!


Hate frying? No problem! From home to restaurants, we already get stuffed with so much fried foods anyways and sometimes, it’s just really helpful to take a break from all of that. However, you know fried foods are incredibly tasty, and substituting fried foods mean you have to get something as delectable as any fried food will be. Enters this crab cheese filled crescent rolls! Also known as crab rangoons, this simple to make appetizer are one for the ages. They’re of Asian origin, so you bet they’re healthy. They look so elegant, and taste as beautiful as they look. This appetizer is something to enjoy with the whole family at a large gathering, or just to make for yourself at home. Requiring onlu 5 ingredients, and ready in 30 minutes or less, these are perfect for when you need a quick delightful snack on a budget!


Unlike some crab-filled appetizers made with wonton wrappers and deep fried, these Crab and Cream Cheese Crescents are made with more delicate crescent dough and baked, resulting in a soft and flaky appetizer rather than a crispy one. Crab cheese filled crescent rolls recipe flavour is similar to crab dip flavour, this recipe is tender and flaky appetizer with a notch wrapping the crab and cream cheese mixture inside a crescent roll.


Prep time: 15 minutes

Cook time: 30 minutes

Total time: 45 minutes

Yield: 15 crescent rolls



16 crescent rolls (2 8-ounce cans)

8 ounces cream cheese, softened

16 ounces crab meat, finely chopped

4 green onions, finely chopped

1 egg white



Step 1:

Add the softened cream cheese, crab, and onions, mix them together. Separate the crescent rolls into 16 triangles, then place them on a greased cookie sheet.

Step 2:

Arrange the crescent rolls triangles in a way that the short sides form a circle. Then spread the crab mixture around the inner circle, folding the triangle ends over and around crab mixture and tucking it under bottom layer of dough.

Step 3:

Brush the top of the dough with the egg white, allow to bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 25-30 or until the top is golden brown.

Step 4:

Take out of the oven and serve warm. Bon appetite!

Nutritional facts:

Calories: 188Kcl| Total Fat: 3g| Carbs: 2g| Cholesterol: 18mg| proteins: 2g

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