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Pillsbury® Original Crescents

Original Crescent
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Overall Rating:

    9 Reviews, 7 Comments
    turtlegirl429210 days ago
    I have made the Pepperoni and cheese crescents before and really didn't care for them. The crescent roll flavor just didn't work with the cheese and pepperoni.  Tonight I modified the idea and unrolled a Pillsbury French loaf on a bed of shredded cheese, cut the loaf into 8 equal pieces, placed 6 pepperonis per piece, and roll. Place on a pan, put two slits in the top of each roll, bake for approx 23 min.  These were excellent!!!!
    WillnLivvysMom32 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. 
    Oodalolly74 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...
    WillowRain55221 days ago
    They come in four packs, and if you like me and have a smaller appetite, I made some the other night and actually cut my hot dogs in half.
    WingsFan4Life595 days ago
    Is it possible to freeze unused crescent rolls? Or is this a very bad idea?
    sealscooking563 days ago
    Make something with them, then freeze the baked product.
    Dustybucket319 days ago
    stuff them with something like cheese and pepperoni then freeze them. then when you want a couple just take them out the night before and thaw them in your refrigerator and just  bake them the day you want them.
     i have done that and it works really well.
    Are these (or other Pillsbury rolls) Kosher?
    Anonymous_Jewes11 days ago
    There is no kashrut symbol. Disappointing isn't it?
    tholmes45643 days ago
    I really wouldn't want to eat these any ways, wow, there is enough chemicals in these things to light up a small city...
    Dustybucket319 days ago
    did you write the pillsbury company about this???
    Kiminez664 days ago
    I thought the site would have helpful hints somewhere, I live by myself and would like to make 2 crescent dogs. How long can I store the unused crescent rolls? I don't think I really want them 4 days in a row especially since this will be my first time having them at age 54!!!!
    dburd78658 days ago
    I suggest getting a smaller package, or making regular crescent rolls with the remaining dough. I don't think it stores well once the seal is broken on the pack.
    Dustybucket319 days ago
    well you can use the rest of the crescent rolls to stuff them with different meats and cheeses roll them up put them into ziploc bags and freeze them it works great. freezer meals are really good.
    Dustybucket319 days ago
    well after the seal is broken Dburd78 you can roll the extra crescent dough out put different meats and cheeses or what eve sweet ingredients you want on them roll them back up bake the sweet ones put them in the refrigerator. and freeze the savory ones without baking them first after you put them in zip loc bags. works good. freezer meals are great.
    Trixie1941986 days ago
    Is it ok to eat the crescent when they have a sell by "June 2013"?
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