Family dinners are one of my favorite things about the holidays. We have the tradition of going to my mom's house every Christmas Eve for dinner, and she always does it up right! The main course usually consists of a turkey or ham, but this year we are opting for Prime Rib. Then mom proceeds to make a bountiful array of side dishes. Corn, stuffing, and potatoes are always on top of the list, followed by a huge assortment of cookies, puddings and pies. We then gather around the table and chow down! The funny thing is, usually we are a very loud family. We are loud talkers, we joke and laugh a lot, but when our holiday dinner is served, it's usually done in silence. When it's nearly wrapped up, my little sister always exclaims, "You know that was some good eating when nobody was talking!" And she's right. My mama is an awesome cook! However, sometimes she doesn't get things right. Like her homemade cranberry stuffing was a huge flop a few years ago. Then there was the year when she used green tinted ketchup in her famous baked beans. While it tasted the same, nobody could move passed the green color of the beans. They just didn't look good! And if it doesn't look good, the brain just says it doesn't taste good. The one thing though that my mom has always been consistent on is serving up Pillsbury Crescent Rolls at every holiday dinner.
From the time I was a little girl, I can't remember a holiday where Pillsbury Crescent Rolls haven't been a part of our family dinner. While we aren't a large family, mom always has to make several cans because they are always the first thing gone. There's just something about those soft, buttery, flaky crescents that fills my family with so much happiness! Pillsbury Crescent Rolls will always have a place at our dinner table at every holiday family meal!
Are you looking for a way to spruce up your crescents this holiday? Why not try these 3 ingredient Chocolate-Filled Crescents:
- 1 can (8 oz) Pillsbury® refrigerated crescent dinner rolls
- 1/2 cup mini-chocolate chips
- Powdered sugar, if desired
1 Heat oven to 350°F. Separate dough into 8 triangles.
2 Place tablespoon of chocolate chips on wide end of each triangle. Roll up, starting at shortest side of triangle, rolling to opposite point. Place on ungreased cookie sheet.
3 Bake at 350°F. for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown. Sprinkle with powdered sugar.
What is the food item staple that is on your families dinner table each holiday?
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