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Have you ever seen "What About Bob?" . . . you know, the scene where he's at dinner and can't stop saying, "MMMMMM"? Well, that was me when I was eating these! They are so fabulous I can barely describe it - sweet and rich and buttery. And so incredibly easy to make that it's almost dangerous. I'm glad I made only a half a batch, because otherwise I'm not sure I would have been able to stop eating them! (Now, don't think I ate the whole half batch; I had my family helping me . . . and my husband, 5-year-old and 3-year-old were equally pleased!) Cooking time of 25 minutes was perfect, and a half batch fit in an 8x8 square baking pan. You MUST try these! Reviewed for PAC.
ETA: You can also use an 8- or 9-inch deep dish pie pan to make a half batch.
I used Pillsbury cressent roll rounds,and eliminated having to cut the rolls. Also,added 2 egg yokes and 1tsp. vanilla with the milk, and changed the amount of powdered sugar to 2 & 1/4 cups.My family "LOVED" it!!! Wonderful dessert and so easy to make!
This is very delicious and I do not even like the canned crescent rolls! The sauce tastes like a baked custard on the rolls and is very yummy! My kids loved it. I did add 1 tsp. vanilla. This is good both warm (fresh from the oven) and at room temp. Thanks for this recipe.
Delicious! I added raspberry and almond extract, vanilla and some brown sugar, and it is just the best thing I've ever eaten that takes less than 2 minutes to put together! Thanks for this!
10/15/09 Even though it was a split on whether they were best warm or cold everyone agreed that they were YUM! (They were even good heated in the microwave for a few seconds for those that liked them warm.) I was a bit worried about the amount of liquid when I first poured it on but after baking it was perfect. Update 12/13/09: Made a few tweaks to this and they are now OUTSTANDINGLY YUM! I added a bit of vanilla and some cinnamon.
These are evil, evil little treats. They were good warm, but we love them even more "set up" and room temp today. Addictive, diet ruining, evil. Boo. Hiss. Yum. (with sugary ooziness dripping down my chin).