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Thursday, July 9, 2009

Foodie Friday!

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These are positively sinful!
Here is what has been for breakfast at our house everyday this week

This was the first batch, we have made about half a dozen since!

This recipe was given to us by my Aunt Kay Roseberry.
Mother and I have been making them nonstop since she shared the recipe with us. She did so at their "roommate" weekend.
The three were roommates in college and have gotten together for a weekend every year for forty years! Isn't that amazing?
Anyway, my children ask for these EVERY morning!
So thank you for sharing Aunt Kay!

Here is the Shopping List:
2 packages of crescent rolls
8oz cream cheese
1/2 cups of sugar
1/8 tsp almond extract
(approx) 1/2 cup confectioner's sugar
(approx) 1 tablespoon milk
(approx) splash of vanilla extract

cream sugar, cream cheese, and almond extract together.
Unroll crescent rolls (do not pull apart)
Spread mixture on top of the crescent rolls.
Sprinkle blueberries on top.
Roll crescents into a "log"
Slice into "pinwheels" and place on a cookie sheet.
Bake @ 375 for approx 15 minutes.
While baking mix Confectioner's sugar, milk, and vanilla in bowl.
Remove rolls and drizzle with glaze.

A few extra blueberries and granola cereal to bring it all together!


heartnsoulcooking said...

YUMMY, YUM!!! as my grand-daughter would say!!! Geri

Joyce said...

Oh I want one or two right now!

Foley said...

I'm going to be trying these this weekend - easy and looks delicious!!

Coloradolady said...

These look wonderful, thank you for sharing the recipe.

imjacobsmom said...

Great idea! So simple yet they look so complicated! And boy do they sound delish! ~ Robyn

Cass @ That Old House said...

OH MY GOODNESS ME... those look good, and it is past lunchtime here and I'm getting kinda hungry.

I was afraid you were going to ask us to make rolls with homemade yeast dough --which I used to do, but am way too lazy now -- but with crescent rolls and cream cheese and berries... wowzer. LOVE IT.

Lori E said...

I love recipes that start with a shortcut and then come out looking and tasting like a lot of work went into them. We don't have to tell all our secrets, right?

Mary said...

These look incredibly good! It is hard to beat simple and delicious. Thanks for sharing your recipe and photos with us. Blessings...Mary

Christi @ A Southern Life said...

Wow, those look yummmmmmy!


Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...


Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

btw mine is up on my food blog:

jennifer said...

Leigh posted about Blueberries on the Alabama Bloggers website. You Helena girls like your blueberries :)

Jolyn said...

Hello, boy these look so good I e-mailed Hubby right away and asked for him to bring crescant rolls home on his way and I'm making these for breakfast in the morning..Thank you, and I really enjoy your blog.
Have a Blessed day,