Pillsbury Tuna Cups

This is one of my Mom’s creations. Well maybe she found it in some recipe book I don’t know but I do know that my brother and I loved these growing up! They are super easy to make and cheap so I thought I would share.

Turn the oven on to 350. Open two cans of pillsbury crescent rolls. Tear apart the triangles and they lace each one into a muffin cup. There will be four left over triangles. I put those four on a cookie sheet.

Next mix 2 cans of drained tuna, 3 peeled and chopped eggs, 1 cup shredded cheese, 3 or 4 Tablespoons of mayo and some salt and pepper to taste. Fold the triangles up to cover the tuna mixture. Put a chunk of cheese in the four extra triangles on the cookie sheet or just roll them up if you have some lactose free kids.

Bake cheese buns for about 8 min and the tuna cups until browning and flaky.

Let cool a tiny bit and serve with tomato soup.

Easy Sunday dinner.

I hope you enjoy! Leave a comment if you have a recipe similar in your family cookbook.


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