Ham and Cheese Bundles
- your favorite type of ham (sliced, cubed etc..)
- your favorite cheese (we used shredded Kraft)
- crescent roll dough
- grated parmesan
- hard boiled eggs
- miracle whip or mayo
- yellow mustard
He started out by cutting the leftover ham into small cubes. At first he was a little nervous, but gave it a try when I showed him that it was not that hard. I think this is the first time he has has used a big sharp knife. Kind of scary, but he is more than ready. He was more careful with it then I am.
He cut more than enough. We might be making ham salad next!
For the next step, he placed some ham cubes and cheese one a crescent, He placed a 2nd one on top. Ideally we would have liked to seal the sides with fork, but the rolls were not identical sizes. To seal them he folded them into each other. I helped seal the sides so the filling did not fall out. While not perfectly shaped, they were completely sealed.
After all the bundles were made, he sprinkled on grated parmesan cheese.
Bake in a 350 degree preheated oven for 15 minutes.
He then started making the deviled eggs. He asked me to peel the eggs while he cut the ham. He then halved them himself and removed the yolks.
Here he is concentrating on smashing the yolk into a fine consistency.
He mixed in a couple of tablespoons of miracle whip and maybe a teaspoon or two of mustard. In our house we like more miracle whip than mustard.
He spooned in the yolk mixture and then sprinkled them with paprika. A little messy, but a lot delicious!