11 Reviews

These were soooooo delicious!!!! My whole family loooovvved them. They couldn't get enough! I made them the night before and heated them up in the microwave in the morning.

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swimmer175 August 17, 2008

These are yummy and easy to fix. Thanks winkki!!

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Tisherself August 17, 2007

These are really good! I cut the recipe in half, and baked in a quiche dish. DH and I polished it off. So easy to make too. Thanks winkki....for adding 5 pounds to my butt! :)

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Diana #2 May 04, 2007

These are quite good, and fun to make. I also halved the recipe, but used a little extra orange for flavor. We'll definitely have these again.

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Recipe Reader January 22, 2007

Made these with sugar free brown sugar as my daughter loves the regular pillsbury orange rolls, but we have a diabetic in the family who has a terrible sweet tooth....they loved them..

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CIndytc August 19, 2005

Very easy and very good! I didn't have any oranges, so I didn't use the orange zest. They were great anyway, but I'll be sure to try it with the zest next time!

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Charmie777 July 19, 2005

These are SO good, they really ought to come with a warning label. (I ate the whole pan!) LOL. I halved the recipe, used fresh-squeezed orange juice, baked in 8x8 pan. TY for this "keeper", Winkki!

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Okra May 18, 2005

These are wonderful! They are great for a quick weekend breakfast treat & my son has taken to asking for them about EVERY weekend. I think the fresh orange zest makes all the difference so don't leave it out. :)

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GaylaJ November 23, 2004

These were very easy to put together, and everyone seemed to enjoy them (I didn't care for the orange flavor, but thats ok). I would have liked for them to be a bit thicker, so I will cut them into 6 each if I do them again. (Hey, you're gonna eat more than one anyway ...)

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evewitch August 29, 2004

I am not a huge lover of crescent rolls but thought I would try them on the kids. Very easy and quick to make with a big impression. I used the reduced fat crescent rolls (not that it made much difference for I ended up eating half the pan)and they cooked up beautifully! The pan we used was a 12"X8" pan with sides. If the glaze sticks the cooled rolls to the pan I found that one can just pop the pan back into a warm oven for a few minutes and the moist, glazed rolls are good to go!Yummy ......... I can see this comfort treat being made a bunch of times once the cooler weather hits.

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smoke alarm jr August 23, 2004
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