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Cheesy Spinach Triangles

8 oz package softened cream cheese [fat free works fine]
5 oz [half package] frozen spinach
2 tbsp. milk or milk
spices (garlic & onion powder, salt, pepper, parmesan/romano cheese, and
Italian spice mixes)
bacon bits (optional)
1 medium egg
3 tubes refrigerated crescent rolls

Mix the cream cheese, spinach, milk, and spices [include bacon
bits, if desired] in a small, coverable bowl. When seasoned to
taste, add egg and stir until well mixed. Cover, and refrigerate
while working with the dough.

Preheat the oven to 350 deg F. Open the first package of dough
and unroll. There should be 4 rectangles, each sliced down one
diagonal. For each of these 4 rectangles, slice from corner to
corner, and across from edge to edge: / \ | - . This will result
in 8 triangles of dough [or a total of 32 per package of crescent
rolls]. Place 1/2 tsp. of the spinach mixture onto each of the
small triangles, pull one point of the triangle over the mixture,
and tuck under the bottom on the opposite side. Place triangles
onto a non-stick cookie sheet, and bake for 10 min. or until tops
are golden. Remove from oven, and allow to cool 2-3 min.

The spinach mixture is enough to make 3 tubes of crescent rolls,
or a total of *96* filled triangles.


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