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Pillsbury™ Original Crescent Dinner Rolls
Pillsbury™ Original Crescent Dinner Rolls
  • Pillsbury™ Original Crescent Dinner Rolls
Enriched Flour Bleached (wheat flour, niacin, ferrous sulfate, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Water, Soybean and Palm Oil, Sugar, Hydrogenated Palm Oil, Baking Powder (baking soda, sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium aluminum phosphate). Contains 2% or less of: Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil, Mono and Diglycerides, Vital Wheat Gluten, Dextrose, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Xanthan Gum, TBHQ and Citric Acid (preservatives), Yellow 5, Color Added, Red 40.

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    Oodalolly616 days ago
    Am I imagining this, or a long time ago was there a Simply version of the crescents? Our family loves crescents, but we've been trying to eat more healthily, and TBHQ and yellow and red dye doesn't make the cut...
    ColTig384 days ago
    Has something changed lately.  I have a hard time getting they apart and a lot sticks to my fingers.  Also have had problems getting the roll split in half.  Anyone else having problems??

    AmyM110678 days ago
    Not sure...are you taking them right out of the fridge or are they on the counter while you're cooking? They do get sticky if they're been out of the fridge. Best to open them right before cooking.
    Peigh516 days ago
    I have tried many of the recipes that use the crescents and , my family really love them, since we are a big family , we have to make two of them, the pizzas and the sandwiches you can make are so good.  I put pizza sauce on the last sandwich one I made, found out if you cook on a stone they cook the best. 
    Peigh
    WillnLivvysMom574 days ago
    We have made cinnamon rolls with Pillsbury Crescent Rolls for our food allergic son for years. Quick, delicious, and safe for a kid who has few convenient choices. Today, my husband brought home the package and it now states that it may contain milk. As of 7/23/16 there is zero info to reflect that change on the website here. I am extremely disappointed that there is no additional information regarding this and beyond disappointed for my son. What has been a Saturday morning tradition for us, for the time being at least, is ruined. 
    barbcz6 days ago
    Family loves these. Question: I accidentally froze the tube yesterday and notice packaging says, "Do Not Freeze Unbaked"....what is the danger? and should I toss and not use?
    cockerdogs219 days ago
    I tried to open the roll and it was hard to open and had to use scissors to get open and there was no pop when I finally got them open. why is your products becoming a mess to open.Never had a problem before this weekend. If I have to do this much work to use this product then I won't purchase them again.
    AmyM110678 days ago
    These are the best! It's just not the holidays without them. They MUST be served with Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. I also like buying the mini hot dogs and rolling them in the crescents. I'm surprised they don't make breakfast products because the breakfast scrambles are terrible. Maybe I'll roll my own eggs, cheese and bacon in a crescent!
    ctracey206 days ago
    I recently bought Original Cresents to use for pigs in a blanket.  I took them out to use and as I unrolled the crescents something poked me.  I pulled out what looked like a small piece of glass.  It was hard and sharp.  I tossed the whole crescent roll.  It is distrubing to think my kids could have got hurt from that.  I am not sure if I will ever buy this product ever again.
    101starmywife239 days ago
    These are starting to seem more like the store brands than Pillsbury. The last two times I bought them I can't get them out of the tube without tearing the things apart, I can't get them to seperate properly, they stick to everything, basically they are a complete mess. I'm done buying these, such a waste of money. 
    Yoyoyoyoyoyo452 days ago
    Are these ingredients animal-derived? Do the riboflavins, mono and diglycerides, etc. come from animal sources?
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