Posted: 5/2/2012 9:08:58 AM
I made this recipe for the first time,I thought it was wonderful.I forgot to put the sugar in the filling and noticed it too late.So instead of throwing it away I sprinkled sugar on the top and baked them.No one ever knew till I told them.It was great 5 stars in my book!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted: 4/29/2012 2:57:21 PM
I wish Pillsbury would remove all the comments that are not by people who made the recipe. I had to scroll all over to find the comments that were actually useful (other fillings, egg wash, the whipped cream is a keeper etc.) The people who just rated it to write in and criticize the negative reviews are just as bad -- get a life!
Posted: 4/25/2012 1:27:23 AM
For all you people saying that it's so "labor intensive" I am a novice baker and i was able to prep these in 20 minutes flat. I could understand if you were making homemade crust than it might be a little hard. And for you people to tear her down just because you feel it's too hard to make these (even tho they aren't if you just read the directions carefully) is just plain awful. Will make again. Awesome recipe Christina.
Posted: 4/18/2012 2:50:46 PM
Tried this last night. I certainly wouldn't say it's labor intensive or "too hard for a novice baker." However, I also didn't think it was that special. I've gotten better pumpkin hand-pies from McDonalds at Thanksgiving. And my mom has made almost exactly the same thing with leftover pie filling or jam for 40 years. The whipped cream was excellent though.
Posted: 4/11/2012 7:28:50 PM
Moonrose777 I don't think it's "singed". There is cinnamon sugar on the top. I think I will be trying this. Constructive critizime is one thing people, some of what I've seen is uncalled for though. Congrats Christina.
Posted: 4/11/2012 3:22:18 PM
Absolutely Fantastic! My whole family raved. Will be making again and again!!
Posted: 4/9/2012 3:33:02 PM
This looks great and just reading the ingredients tells me it will taste great too. GOOD JOB CHRISTINA. It is an amazing accomplishment to come up with your very own recipe. Please if you are reading these comments, pay no attention to the negativity. I am going to get these ingredients right now. THANK YOU for you recipe!!!
Posted: 4/7/2012 2:56:40 PM
Many congratulations on your spectacular recipe! You inspire all of us to be even more creative while in the kitchen! You go girl! oxoxo Kudos from a fellow contestant in the Pillsbury 45th Bake-Off Contest
Posted: 4/5/2012 6:39:31 PM
I'm wondering how this would turn out if I put apple pie filling in the middle... Anyone try anything else yet? I will post the outcome :) As for all the comments... ladies, ladies... we can all post whatever comment we want and shouldn't worry about being attacked! If someone doesn't like someone's comment, just pass it up; no one needs to post a negative comment about someone else's comment. I feel like the whole slate needs to be cleared and started over. I'm sure pillsbury didn't intend for such behavior.
Posted: 4/4/2012 9:48:15 AM
I made this on Monday of this week. I made it exactly as the recipe, except I could not find crescent sheet and had to pinch together the crescent rolls. This took some extra time. I got raves from friends who visited. And my family loved it. I was worried the filling would run out because the edges did not seem to be sealed. However, they sealed themselves and no mess at all. Looked just like ravioli, too. I would recommend this recipe.