How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  • Unroll both tubes of crescent roll dough on large cutting board. Very lightly flour cutting board in advance if dough seems overly sticky. Do not separate pieces. Seal seams together on each piece of dough, so you have two rectangles. Set aside.
  • Mix together remaining ingredients; divide in half. Spread half of cheese mixture over one dough rectangle, repeat on second piece. Roll up rectangles from the long edge, pinch together to seal seams. Slice each roll into 24 rounds. To avoid crushing the dough, use a piece of thread. Slide the piece of thread underneath the dough, bring up over the top and crisscross, pull ends to slide through dough.
  • Place rounds on ungreased cookie sheets or baking stone, bake 10 - 15 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm.

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    " It was excellent "
    bismyno1 ate it and said...
    Thanks Nat, I now know what you are talking about, I think I have seen something similar in the frozen section x
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  • fizzle3nat 12 years ago
    In the US, we have a company called Pillsbury that makes pre-made doughs of different varieties that can be made into different types of bread or rolls. They are usually sold in the refrigerated section. You simply buy the dough, packaged in waxed cardboard tubes, unroll it, shape it as directed on the package, and bake them. Some of the doughs they have are for crescent rolls (as this recipe uses), breadsticks, 'French' bread, and biscuits (scones as you might call them 'across the pond' - since your biscuits are what we call cookies).

    You could probably use puff pastry with delicious results, but puff pastry would likely make these crispier than using the crescent dough. The crescent dough is similar to puff pastry in flavor, but it is more soft - imagine a fresh croissant.

    You could also google 'Pillsbury' or I think their website is

    Hope this helps!

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    " It was excellent "
    bismyno1 ate it and said...
    Hi Natalie, this sounds very good, but could you clarify something for me. What is Crescent Dough?
    Would it be what we know in Ireland as Puff Pastry? That is layers and layers of fine pastry which are pasted together with butter and which rises and becomes flaky? Talk about lost in translation : ) Let me know because I soooo want to make these 5++++++
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  • cabincrazyone 12 years ago
    Garroted appetizers. Ha.
    Sounds yummy. Will print for use soon. Thanks.
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    " It was excellent "
    lanacountry ate it and said...
    Me TOO Arthur.. and I can't even have any!! :()
    Love this ..big 55555!! :()
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    " It was excellent "
    juels ate it and said...
    Sounds delicious! High 5!
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    " It was excellent "
    cookingforfun ate it and said...
    great. great. 5
    (I gained two pounds today just looking at these great recipes)
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