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Crescent Roll Bread

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This bread is made in a bundt pan and at every church dinner I take it to, I have to move it off the dessert table at least once!

Ingredients

  • ½ cups Real Salted Butter
  • (OPTIONAL) Seasonings Such As Garlic Or Cinnamon-sugar
  • 3 packages Crescent Rolls

Preparation

Melt butter in a bundt pan. Add seasonings if you want to. (I have never added anything!)

Lay the unrolled pkgs of rolls end- to- end in the pan, overlapping where necessary.

Bake at 350 degrees for 40-45 minutes. When really brown, turn onto a serving plate. Be careful of the excess butter when transferring from the pan.

I slice this like a pound cake-it is good enough to be dessert!

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kfrai on 9.16.2010

I’m confused ( a common occurance I’m afraid). Do I lay the triangles of dough flat around the pan?

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allencafe on 10.4.2009

This is genius! So simple and so delicious. Thank you!!

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joni on 9.26.2009

@cookingmom, that’s a great idea. I was thinking about adding something savory, such as garlic & thyme or rosemary. hmmm. It’ll be fun to experiment! Thanks for the recipe, sweethardt88!

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mzsnapcup on 9.12.2009

What a great idea!! Will have to try it soon.

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cookingmom on 8.29.2009

This is very clever. I was thinking how it would be if you unrolled the crescent rolls, added cinnamon sugar and maybe just a little melted butter to bind the sugar, then rolled it back up and proceeded with the recipe…. sorta like a cinnamon roll bundt bread. Hummm……….

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beachchef on 10.6.2011

Very tender but too rich with so much butter, even using the reduced fat crescent rolls.

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robarkel on 6.27.2010

If you love crescent rolls this stuff is adicting, very tender and tasty. It’s unique so it has a nice “wow” factor and no one will know how simple it is to make. I think the possibities are endless with the optional savory or sweet add-ins. What a clever idea!

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