I found this absolutely mouth-watering recipe on Pinterest and just had to try it! The very next week, when I went grocery shopping, I got all the ingredients. I wasn’t sure if my husband would like it since he is not big on sandwiches, but it was a massive hit for both of us. The recipe is, straightforward and my husband and I had it twice in a week in half because we loved it so much. It’s great for a quick lunch or even for dinner.
This is a recipe I think even picky eaters would like. Plus, it’s easy enough that you can let the kids help you make it. Have fun!
Ingredients You Need:
- 6 slices of pre-cooked bacon.
- 1 can of Pillsbury Refrigerated Crusty French Loaf (I have to tell you I did not even know Pillsbury made French bread!).
- 1 cup of Cheddar cheese (Or any cheese you prefer. I used Colby).
- 3-5 slices of thinly sliced deli turkey.
- 3-5 slices of deli ham.
- 3-5 slices of deli roast beef.
How to Make:
- Heat your oven to 350 degrees and spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray.
- Unroll your dough. I unrolled it on a cutting board, but you can use any flat surface. This part was a lot harder than I thought because even though the dough is pre-cut, it tends to stick together. So just go slow and do the best you can.
- Sprinkle your dough with the cheese and top with your deli meat and bacon (I heated my bacon in the microwave first). I tried to arrange my deli meats so that there were not many areas of dough showing.
- Now it’s time to roll the dough. This tended to be a bit hard because the mixture has a lot on it. I started small and worked my way up the long side of the dough. When finished, press the edges together so that no cheese leaks out.
- Cut 4 slits in the top, so the dough has room to breathe and place on your cookie sheet.
- Bake for about 20 minutes or until dough is lightly browned and hard. Cut diagonally into 1-inch pieces.