Posted: 4/15/2013 8:35:59 PM
The hubby and I found these scrumptious with the addition of cream cheese
Posted: 2/18/2013 4:04:58 PM
I have made these for my children for many years, they are now in their late teens and still smile when I make them as a holiday breakfast treat. I used to make a powdered sugar/milk glaze and top with sprinkles depending on the holiday. Simple and yummy.
Posted: 2/16/2013 1:10:18 PM
I have use crescents rolls to make up my recipes. I use each triangle but I brush it with butter and put a teaspoon of almond paste to fill and roll up brush it with white egg wash and top with slice almonds and crystal suger and bake very good, Also can add a small piece of milk chocolate candy to the almond paste and back. I have cut the crescent into half and made mini style.
Posted: 2/10/2013 10:29:19 PM
Two Ingredients?! It cant be that easy! Thanks to everyone for the additional ideas, I cant wait to make these!
Posted: 2/10/2013 4:26:11 PM
Just made these, did a little twist, added mini marshmallows with the choc. chips. Taking to church for a treat!
Posted: 2/8/2013 2:40:51 PM
Are these only good right out of the oven? Or do they store okay to eat later?
Posted: 2/8/2013 11:27:30 AM
Never heard of these, but my granddaughter made these this morning. Very tasty:) and (best of all) not much clean-up:)! Next time, we're going to try Apricot Preserves instead of chocolate chips.
Posted: 2/5/2013 5:04:37 PM
I do mine a tiny bit different: I run the dark chocolate chips through a food processor to pulverize them. Then, I use about a teaspoon of butter to bind the loose chocolate altogether. This mix gets spread on the croissants and baked. The butter helps the chocolate melt "better" and I don't have to worry about chips falling all over the place. PERFECT after an afternoon of shoveling snow! :)
Posted: 2/3/2013 12:35:23 PM
made these didn't even know they were on here. so very good