This crescent roll recipe reminds me of that one night when my niece came over to sleep in my house. She was in one of those moods that kids often have at this age. The moment I closed the door behind Andy, who brought her to me, she already started launching into one of her stories. This time, it was about the moon. She told me that her teacher taught them the different faces (they’re called phases, I know, but she thought they were spelled as faces) of the moon and their effects on the tides.
All night she talked about nothing but the moon. I made her soup for dinner, a creamy potato soup which she loved, and then I paired that off with crescent rolls that have ham and cheese inside them. I usually loved them plain, but since I knew she was coming, I put in a few treats inside.
She was staring at the crescent rolls the whole time and told me they looked like half moons. She was also trying to carve a face on the rolls with her fork, which I forbade her to do. I told her she shouldn’t play with her food.
Fortunately, my niece always listened to me and just started eating her dinner. But I still heard her say, “Goodbye, Mr. Moon” before biting into the soft pastry. On the next page is a recipe for the perfect crescent rolls that you will surely enjoy.
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Quick Tip: Serve this with freshly brewed coffee, tea, or even your favorite cold drink.