Buttery Crescent Rolls
Total TimePrep: 35 min. + rising Bake: 10 min.
Was intending to double the batch and had most of my ingredients laid out. Changed my mind and only made one batch but mistakenly added two eggs. Came out wonderful, layered, and received rave reviews. I will definitely make this again.
I made two batches of these rolls and they just got worse. Serves me right for trying to simplify a classic that should be left alone. Not really sure where the problem lies but I'd say it starts in using water vs milk as a yeast starter. The dough was thick, never raised, and the batch I went ahead and cooked were completely tasteless.
Confuse it say ingredients 4 cups all-purpose flour and directions 2 cups flour. ???????Which if correct? Thanks
I love love love this recipe! I have made crescent rolls for years but this recipe is the easiest I have tried. It is well worth the try. The texture of the dough is where you could use for pizza crusts or dough to stuff with goodies and bake. I may try adding a touch more butter next time to get a better buttery flavor but it is a 5 star recipe!
These are amazing. First time I have ever made crescent rolls from scratch. I used part of the dough to make pigs in blankets. I made crescent rolls from what dough was left. Half of the rolls, I stuffed with Muenster cheese. I baked these in cast iron skillets. Brushed on melted butter after removing from the oven. I doubt I will buy canned crescent rolls again. I think I will use this recipe and make pepperoni and cheese stuffed rolls.
These are amazingly delicious! I am making these for a party and wanted an alternative to the store bought product. As an appetizer, I can get about 50–60 croissants per batch. I roll 3 pieces of pepperoni and a 1/4 pepper jack cheese stick inside of these.
This recipe is delicious!! These wonder little pillowy balls of butter and delicious goodness!!this recipe is a must have for everyone.
I made these nd they were great I took some and wrapped ham and cheese in them awesome. I was wondering if you could save some of the dough and bake them the next day and can it be frozen?
Delicious!! I would definitely recommend making them! I made them for Mother’s Day and everyone loved them!
Has anyone ever successfully made ahead this recipe and frozen either cooked rolls or shaped and froze raw rolls?