This is a recipe I started making while I was living in Canada. One of the grocery stores we frequented sold them in the deli. We tried them once and they looked easy enough to make. So instead of buying more of them I made my own version.
These are excellent for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner.
Stuffing (make your own or use boxed)
Refrigerator Croissant Rolls
Prepare your stuffing ahead of time.
Follow oven heating instructions on Croissant packaging.
Unroll a couple individual croissant dough pieces at a time; gently press edges to spread & stretch them out a bit.
Using a Tablespoon or large serving spoon, spoon stuffing onto each croissant. Fold over ONCE from “L” shaped edge and continue to roll up.
Fold outer corners (of L-side) to underside forming a closed roll. Place, seam-side down, on UNGREASED cookie sheet or sheet pan.
Bake rolls as directed on Croissant dough packaging or until golden brown.
Going through Blogging 101, I’ve been learning about several things.
Reader’s who have been around awhile have probably noticed that I changed the theme of my blog.
There are other changes that you may not have realized.
The new buttons at the top right. If you have played around with them, kudos to you!
If not, this post is to help make you aware of them, as well as their contents.
I have been playing around a bit with widgets and pages today and the last week or so.
The first button (dark salmon), is where links to my pages are located. (See below)
There is a new page (My Poetry), and the My Fitness Story page has been updated.
The 2nd button (light salmon), is where you’ll find links to my recent posts and links for some of the blogs I follow. (See below)
The final button (light blue), is exactly what it appears to be; a search function.
I’ve been blogging just over two years and it never really occurred to me until recently that blogging was a social network type thing, especially in regards to finding followers.
Finding this type of post is a treasure for newbies and “new oldies” alike. 🙂
I’m tired of
your same old ways,
day after day.
You tell me that
you want to change,
but your ‘goal’
seems way out of range.
I’m tired of
your verbal appeasement;
proof, in action,
would be a better achievement.
Aren’t you tired
of my complaining?
I feel like you think
my words are disdaining.
How can I make it more
When it’s too late
and I’m no longer here?
If you actually gave a damn
you would do as you say.
No more excuses & lies
would make for happier days.