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."
This handy recipe lets me start the preparation the night before. The day of the party, I shape the rolls before guests arrive, let them rise and pop them into the oven for fresh-baked rolls in minutes.
Lynn McAllister, Mt. Ulla, North Carolina
THESE UNIQUE ROLLS are tender, light and delicious, with a bit of chili tang. The zip and texture inspire requests for the recipe every time I serve them.
For a fun change of pace, I'll sometimes use blue cornmeal when I make these.
-Marion Lowery, Medford, Oregon
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.
I always whip up a batch of these flaky, drizzled crescents to take to family gatherings at Christmastime. Serve the rolls at breakfast, as a snack or for dessert—you can't go wrong! —Sharon McKee, Denton, Texas