Easy and tasted great!! They didn't last long, but that's a good thing. I will be making these again...thanks for posting!
These are so good! I had to cut out the mushrooms on account of picky eaters (boyfriend) but they were still amazing, the first time I made them one of boyfriend's buddies grabbed his keys and asked what I needed to make another batch before the first one was even gone! These are now requested on almost weekly basis. Thank you!
I added a mixture of sauteed onions w/ spinach before rolling into the logs only because I had some leftover and it really went well on there! And I couldn't tell ya if they hold-up for reheating...because there were NO leftovers!
These were delicious! I have made them for dinner a few times and everyone in my family loves them. I wasn't sure how much italian seasoning to add so I just did 1/2 tsp. and it turned out fine. Thanks for posting this!
This was wonderful. I added some basil and oregano to the mixture. I did use the abount of salt called for and I did not find it salty at all. Pillsbury now sells crescent dough sheets, without the perforations, and that made this recipe even easier. I found the cooking time to be off. It took 25 minutes for these to cook through and brown, and my oven runs pretty accurately. This is the only time something has taken twice the time posted in a recipe. Everyone loved these and I will be making them again for a party I am throwing in March. Thanks juniperwoman!
I fixed these as an appy for our New Year's eve celebration. They were well received! I omitted the salt since the other ingredients contained salt in them. Next time I will add some Italian seasoning to the filling. Thanks for sharing your recipe.