My mother says that my grandmother made the best butterhorns. I never tasted hers, but my Mom's were delicious and grandma, of course, taught her. Through the years, my Mom filled butter horns with everything, from fruit, to seafood, to meats and all sorts of nuts and raisins. I always got a kick out of trying to guess what was in them. This recipe is ideal for brunch or lunch. —Paula Marchesi, Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania
My family agrees that our Thanksgiving feast would not be complete without these light-as-air crescent rolls. They're a nice accompaniment to any menu. Baking them always puts me in the holiday spirit. —Rebecca Bailey, Fairbury, Nebraska
These light, golden rolls have a heavenly homemade flavor and aroma. Mom never hesitates to whip up a batch of these from-scratch rolls, since they're a delightful way to round out a meal.
-Debra Falkiner, St. Charles, Missouri
This is an old world recipe derived from my grandmother, who didn't use traditional measuring cups. We figured out this recipe, which must date back to 1900 or earlier. Other fillings that work well are cranberry, peanut butter or lemon. —Gary Wanosky, North Ridgeville, Ohio
Barbara Nowakowski of North Tonawanda, New York dresses up a tube of crescent roll dough to create the golden bites.
"This is one of our favorites," she writes. "They're a nice addition to any buffet. We like them so much that I usually triple the recipe."
Soft, buttery Onion Crescent Rolls are a nice complement to the skillet supper. "They'll fill your home with that wonderful bread-baking aroma," Mary Maxeiner writes from Lakewood, Colorado. "They're easy to make, too. I even serve them for special occasions like Easter and Christmas."