Doesn't this Sound D-Lish?
From the Grumpy Bunny blog
Feed Me Seymour •
It was probably the BEST meal we ever had at college - they served us brunch one Sunday. OMGosh! I had forgotten about it, but another college friend remembered all the ingredients. Even Dad liked them. Hubster and I served them one year for a holiday breakfast. The next year when we went to their house for Thanksgiving - Dad ran through the ingredients to make sure he had everything - he did. Yummy!
Heat oven to universal cooking temperature (350)
Croissants - how many - up to you and depending on size of rolls and crowd to be fed…
Crab meat - we use the “fake” stuff but you could probably use real/fresh
Shredded cheese (I prefer mild cheddar or colby)
Diced up onion - maybe a quarter or half - depending size of onion and if you like onion...we do!
Cut the croissants in half
Spread out the meat, cheese, and onion on the bottoms. Put the lids back on.
I line a baking sheet with foil in case any cheese escapes.
Heat for about 20 minutes or until the cheese melts.