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I have been so lucky so far. My little 13-month old loves to eat. And she loves to eat everything. Not too long ago, though, she decided that she was over “baby” food. She would barely eat her dinner, but when it came time for mommy and daddy to eat, she wanted to eat everything on our plates. So now, my little girl pretty much eats everything that we do. She’s had chicken enchiladas, egg rolls – she doesn’t turn away anything!! And these beef foldovers – she loved them. I was a little leary, because most things I had read said that a child this age might have a hard time with the texture of ground meats. But she gobbled these right up. And then got excited when I brought the leftovers out the next night for dinner again! They may not be sophisticated, but the kids sure will love them!

Beef Foldovers
from Recipes From River View

Serves 8

Total cook time: about 30 minutes

3 packages of crescent rolls
2 pounds ground beef
1 package dry onion soup mix
2 cups grated cheese

Brown ground beef with the onion soup mix. Add the grated cheese until melted.

Unroll the triangle of crescent roll and put a spoonful of meat mixture and roll up. Place rolls on a greased cookie sheet.

Bake according to the crescent roll package directions.

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17 Responses to Beef Foldovers

  1. Bumpkin on a Swing says:

    Can't wait to try this, sounds delicious. Recently had something similar with barbecue beef, topped with shredded coleslaw, and a taste of white wine vinegar(DeLallo).

  2. Lisa-Marie says:

    On Sunday, when my husband gets back from being on tour, I shall give him these with some veg for tea.

    They look scrumptious!

  3. grace says:

    i generally like my crescent rolls filled with something sweet, but i wouldn't mind a batch of these for supper. great dish, deborah!

  4. Roar! says:

    They're really good with cream cheese instead of grated cheese too. Yummy!

  5. Bethany Park says:

    Fast, simple ingredients, easy! My kind of recipe.

  6. Cookie baker Lynn says:

    Sounds like a quick, easy way to get dinner on the table. How great that your little one wants to eat big people food!

  7. Cassie says:

    Andrew is still touch and go with ground beef, but I don't know how he could possibly resist these! I'm going to give these a shot!

  8. Joanne says:

    I think it's so great that you're teaching your daughter to eat like an adult now! It will make your life so much simpler later on. how could she not, though, when you're such a good cook!

    These look delicious.

  9. Pam says:

    Way to go with your daughter! Our sons were the same and obviously you do not make food a huge issue and just serve it. She will always try about anything! Your dish sounds great and I would love to try it! Thanks!

  10. Cherine says:

    these look beautiful and delicious!

  11. Cherine says:

    these look beautiful and delicious!

  12. kat says:

    What a super looking meal, that sounds like it would be pretty quick & easy to make

  13. robmba says:

    We make a variant of these all the time, filled with cream cheese and chopped up chicken, as it's one of our kids' favorite dishes. This sounds like an interesting way to try something a little different.

  14. Abby says:

    Except MY kid, who doesn't eat anything. Esp. meat. STUBBORN.

    His parents, however, would chow down!

  15. Sophie says:

    Oh how yummy! And they are the perfect size for little hands :D. I hope my little girl loves to eat too, sounds like you got lucky!

  16. Brandon + Chelsea + Ella says:

    These were great! My daughter is one and loved them!… almost as much as I did :)

  17. Tammy H says:

    Yummy! I used your basic filling, substituting ground chicken for the beef. Then, instead of crescent rolls, I used egg roll wrappers and quick fried. Just trying to cut fat/calories where I can and this worked well. Thanks for all of the fun yummies.

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