29 Reviews

I didn't know what to expect these to taste like but they were very good...they taste just like a cinnamon roll.They are a bit messy but they were still fun to make.A good quick and easy dessert!

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officemaintenance February 24, 2010

Really good and easy! Made for breakfast- had all ingredients on hand. I used a toothpick to dip the marshmallows in butter and cin/sugar mix. Also did not use liners- just sprayed non stick spray. The rolls came out easy! Cooked mine for 17 minuets - came out golden brown. Thanks for posting :)

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tinker :0) September 27, 2009

Yum!! We loved these quick, easy, and delicious rolls. I whipped them up for a quickie treat at breakfast and my family raved over them. Even though I was very careful to pinch & seal the seams closed, every roll managed to leak some of the marshmallow. It certainly didn't detract from the taste, and I'll have to be even more careful next time, and there definitely will be a next time. I sprayed the muffin cups generously with cooking spray and didn't use cupcake liners. I had no problem removing the rolls from the pans. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe.

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Bayhill September 08, 2009

These were great and a lot of fun to make. I accidently picked up small marshmallows but I just grouped them together and put them in the center. I also baked them on a cookie sheet with a sil pat mat. They came out of the oven fluffy and crispy on the outside and were gone before they even got a chance to cool down. Thank you for posting!

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Pixie's Kitchen April 27, 2009

My family loves these!!! I can not make enough of them! Thank you so much for the recipe!

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PSparx January 29, 2009

This is the same as my "empty tomb" recipe I use around Easter to teach my kids and Sunday School class about the Resurrection. The crescent roll is the tomb, the marshmallow is Jesus. When baked the marshmallow dissappears leaving an empty tomb. As a bonus, they are absolutely delicious!

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SaltnPepa November 15, 2008

This was a really unique recipe! The flavour was great! They definitely tasted better warm. I served them at Sewing Circle. The leftovers warmed up not too badly in the microwave. It is a bit of a challenge to get all the dough sealed up - I did have some leakage issues. I thought I was generous with the dunking in the butter & cinnamon sugar but I had lots left over.

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Debbb September 04, 2008

My kids loved it! I wonder what it would be like without the butter? Next time I"ll do a test and see. I baked them for 12 min. at 350 degrees and only used Pam in the tin instead of using liners. Also, I realized I had "butter flavor" crescents so next time I will use the regular flavor. I didn't mean to buy that variety and I think it made it overly buttery tasting for me but the kids didn't seem to mind! Thanks for posting this!

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Oolala August 01, 2008

We liked them! They make a great midnight snack. I must be easily amused because I'm always fascinated by disappearing marshmallows :lol: Thanks for posting Zaney, please see my rating system as I rate tougher than most.

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puppitypup June 23, 2008
Stuffed Cinnamon Crescent Rolls