Posted: 1/1/2013 7:42:02 PM
Made this as a snack for Christmas Eve after our big dinner. It was a hit! Everyone who tried it said it was so much easier to eat than the original recipe. I kept about a quarter inch between the rolls on the cookie sheet before they were baked; and they seperated so easily. This recipe is definately a keeper.
Posted: 12/18/2012 8:28:51 AM
I made this for our book club Christmas get-together last week and couldn't believe how easy it was to put together! At first I wasn't sure how big the wreath should be so I chose the plate I wanted to put it on and went from there. I used a clear glass plate with a cheap red charger plate under it. It came out looking exactly like the picture and made for a beautiful presentation. I did double the seasoned salt because I like spicier food. Delicious!
(To answer mie8588 - The crescent roll disks pull apart nicely and each has a good amount of dip on it already. No need for crackers or ev
Posted: 12/4/2012 10:15:24 PM
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Posted: 11/12/2012 12:41:05 PM
Another great recipe from Pillsbury! My family now requests this for Christmas every year! Definitely quick and easy and very delicious! I totally recommend! :)
Posted: 11/9/2011 10:39:55 AM
This sure beat the spinach dip in a bread bowl. There is no problem separating the pieces, no tearing or struggling after you get to the point of eating the bowl. This is really pretty and I never would have thought to use Pillsbury products for this recipe. I love this site for Holiday entertaining especially.
Posted: 12/29/2010 8:58:55 PM
This is a fantastic recipe. Every time I make it, it gets eaten in a flash. I barely get to have some for myself! What's also great is that you can use the basic recipe and make it into different shapes depending on the holiday! I've made it into a champagne bottle shape for New Year's Eve, a heart for Valentine's Day, a shamrock for St. Patty's, and a Sun for the Fourth of July! Truly a delicious and fabulous recipe! I love it!
Posted: 12/26/2010 11:06:14 AM
This is a wonderful holiday appetizer. Every time I make this it gets eaten up quickly! Everyone always asks for the recipe!
Posted: 12/23/2010 8:24:32 PM
This is a fantastic recipe!! I have been making this for several years ever since my mom found it in one of the holiday recipe books. The best thing is that you can make the spinach dip to whatever your own tastes are and still use the crescents for the wreath and it turns out perfect every time. I get rave reviews everytime I make this for a holiday, and always get many requests for the recipe. This is a must-have at our gatherings every holiday season!
Posted: 12/17/2010 2:47:13 PM
Just made this for a family gathering -- easily fed 20 people as one of several appetizers. Wasn't sure if the onion on top would be a little strong flavor for some of the younger kids, so diced up green pepper instead. Was a huge hit and took center stage for looks!
Posted: 12/16/2010 11:33:15 AM
This is such a great idea! So yummy and EASY! The only thing that is kind of a pain is cutting the dough into rounds because it got kinda squishy...but hey...it was sooo worth it! The only reason why I even made this dish was because it looked so pretty in the photo...I don't even like spinach dip! But I am telling you, this recipe changed my mind forever and I'm making it again for our party this weekend! I used the Big & Buttery crescents because I think they are just so much yummier. Try it, even if you don't like spinach dip, others will love it and you just may like it too