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Yum! it was great and presents beautifully. i've made it twice and it gets rave reviews.
This was great I served it along with some homemade split pea soup and it was a nice change from dinner rolls. Next time I may try herb and garlic cream cheese. I also love the fact I can think of so many variations but the original is fab!!! Thanks to Bergy for the great review and photo it made me want to try. Thanks for sharing!!!!!!!!:)
I saw this recipe in the Kraft magazine and saved it to make over the holidays - Fabulous - I am not a baker so if it worked for me anyone can make it. - I cut the recipe in half and still it worked. The baking time for half a recipe is apprx 25 min but you will need to cover it loosley for part of the time with foil so it doesn't get too brown. I always have problems getting the crescent rolls out of the tin but it still come together even with a couple of partially separated rolls. I used fresh uncooked broccoli broken into small florets. Great flavor and very attractive - Great for a buffet. A definite do again recipe