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Crescent Christmas Tree

Looking for a festive 30 minute bread recipe? Then enjoy these Christmas tree shaped glazed rolls that are baked using Pillsbury® Refrigerated Crescent Dinner Rolls and decorated with candied cherries!









(8-oz.) cans Pillsbury® Refrigerated Crescent Dinner Rolls
tablespoons margarine or butter, softened
tablespoons sugar
teaspoon cinnamon



cup powdered sugar
teaspoon vanilla
to 3 teaspoons milk


Red and green candied cherries, halved


Step 1

Heat oven to 375°F. Lightly grease cookie sheet. Separate dough into 4 rectangles. Firmly press perforations to seal. Spread rectangles with margarine. In small bowl, combine sugar and cinnamon; sprinkle evenly over rectangles.

Step 2

Starting at shorter side, roll up each rectangle; seal edge. Cut each roll crosswise into 3 equal slices. Place slices, cut side down, on greased cookie sheet to form tree shape. Begin with 1 slice for top; arrange 2 slices just below, with sides touching. Continue arranging a row of 3 slices, then a row of 4 slices. Use remaining 2 slices for trunk.

Step 3

Bake at 375°F. for 15 to 20 minutes or until deep golden brown. Cool 3 minutes; carefully remove from cookie sheet. Cool slightly on wire rack.

Step 4

In small bowl, blend all glaze ingredients until smooth, adding enough milk for desired drizzling consistency. Drizzle glaze over warm tree. Garnish with candied cherry halves. Serve warm.



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Inspirational Wisdom

"Blindness isolates us from things, but deafness isolates us from people." ~ Helen Keller

"But people who think they can project themselves into deafness are mistaken because you can't. And I'm not talking about imagining what a deaf person's whole life is like I even mean just realizing what it is like for an instant." ~ Richard Masur