I’m Back… and I have a great appetizer to share.


I must apologize for not posting lately. I have no good excuse but I am getting back to the things I love and I love blogging so I am back and ready for the New Year.

I have a lot of fun stuff planned for Sassy and Savory this year.  I won’t spoil it by telling you just yet but be prepared for something new.  I have an awesome new appetizer to share with you.  It will blow your mind on how easy this is to make and so tasty at the same time.

Ham and Green Onion Bread Rolls

1 French Baguette

2 pkgs. of cream cheese softened

1 pkg. of thin Black Forest Ham

5 Green onions

1 tsp of All Season Salt

1 tsp of Worcestshire Sauce

½ tsp of Garlic Powder

First step is to cut the ends of the baguette off. Then cut the baguette into thirds, take each piece and hollow out the middle of the bread. I use a spoon but you can use whatever works for you.  Save the bread because you can use that in meatballs or meatloaf.


Next step is to take the soften cream cheese and add the All Season Salt, Worcestshire Sauce and Garlic Powder. I usually do a taste test at this point to make sure the season is good. Then I take the ham out of the package and chop it into small pieces and throw that in with the cream cheese mixture. Slice your green onions into small pieces and add those also.


Stir all together and then stuff the bread with the mixture. Refrigerate for about 2 hours or until the cream cheese mixture has harden again. Then you slice thin slices of the bread and place on your plate in rows. They are delicious and each one is about 40 calories. I have made these for two parties now and they go like hotcakes. So enjoy.


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