These Raspberry Honey-Walnut Crescent Rolls Ain’t Made Like Your Grandmama’s Recipe – They’re BETTER!
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The other day I was thumbing through some old magazines that my mother had saved from my childhood. I came across a tattered and torn Ladies Home Journal. Now, I love looking at these vintage magazines because it’s fun to see how things where in times gone by. From the fashions to the advice columns things sure have changed! There was a neat little section in the magazine that highlighted some fantastic recipes.
One of these recipes was for raspberry filled crescent rolls and they looked so dang good! I could just imagine myself making these rolls and hosting a lovely little tea party with my closest gal pals. Wouldn’t that be fun?
From what I gathered from the magazine article, these crescent rolls would be a bit of a chore to make as the author describes making her dough from scratch. Now, I love making foods from scratch but not everyone has time for that so I found a recipe on Just A Pinch that calls for honey-wheat Pillsbury crescent rolls. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Just A Pinch.
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Quick Tip: These rolls freeze nicely. Try making an extra batch to save for later.