I cut the recipe in half because I only had one can of rolls that I needed to use up. I think they had a bit of that can biscuit taste but not so bad that I wouldn't make them again. I will. Next time I will omit the icing and add blackberry or raspberry jam instead.
so yummy. I used reduced fat crescent rolls and reduced fat cream cheese, left out the icing (that would have made it way too sweet) - turned out great.
Faboulous. I made these with regular dinner rolls from the can, sliced in half to get two from each biscuit. Everyone wanted more.
I was very leary to make these, i wasnt sure how they were going to turn out, and i was surprised! THEY WERE AWESOME! This is definitley a "keeper recipe" I will for sure make them again! Thank you!
These are great! We've had them a few times and I like to use cherry pie filling. Next time I'll make only 2/3rds of the cream cheese filling, or get one more roll of crescent rolls (which my husband prefers-more danishes). I'll also put the dough in the freezer for a bit to firm them up before slicing them. I froze some of these and they reheat great at 350 in the toaster oven.
Delicious and so easy!!!! Thank you for posting!!!!!
Wonderful! I had just enough filling and no spillage. I did not add sour cream. I froze my tubes for 20 min and the dough cut easily. I cooked these for 10 min then added some cherry pie filling to the top and cooked for another 7 min. Will make again soon! My 4 yr old helped.
These were very good. I cut the recipe in half and I substituted biscuit dough for the crescent rolls and the filling was yummy. Thank you for posting. Made for I Recommend Tag.