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Pillsbury Garlic Butter crescent rolls

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Pillsbury Garlic Butter crescent rolls
 
4.5

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4.0

They are good, but need more garlic.

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from Undisclosed

Comments about Pillsbury Garlic Butter crescent rolls:

I have been a longtime user of pillsbury products. When I saw an ad in a cooking magazine for Pillsbury Garlic Butter crescent rolls I figured I would give them a try, after all I do love garlic. I thought they would be fabulous, but they could have used a little more garlic flavor. They bake up real well just like the regular crescents, but I had to add more seasonings.

 
5.0

I'm a huge fan!

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from USA

Comments about Pillsbury Garlic Butter crescent rolls:

I am a huge fan of these! I reviewed Pillsbury Crescent Rolls before proclaiming how great they are. These are even better. I am a huge garlic fan and these have the perfect amount. They're perfectly spicy, perfectly garlicy, and just all over great! They're flaky, soft, and easy to make. I highly recommend these!

 
5.0

So fresh and tasty!

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from USA

Comments about Pillsbury Garlic Butter crescent rolls:

Pillsbury Garlic Butter Crescent Rolls are simple to make. They taste like you made them from scratch! They are tender inside, with a flaky, but delicate crust. They have a buttery taste with a hint of garlic-not too much! They are so good! They are much better than the frozen garlic breads out there.

 
4.0

Serve with soup or spaghetti for a quick meal.

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from USA

Comments about Pillsbury Garlic Butter crescent rolls:

We definitely like to cook these up as a side to a meal. They aren't as good as homemade, but they are quick and tasty. I especially like them as a side to a minestrone or tomato-based soup. My whole family enjoys them, even my finicky toddler. Pillsbury is another company that offers Box Tops for Education. Be sure to clip those and donate them to your local schools. Every little bit helps.

 
4.0

Fast and Easy

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from Brooklyn, NY

Comments about Pillsbury Garlic Butter crescent rolls:

I love garlic bread and when I saw that Pillsbury made a Garlic Butter Crescent Roll - I grabbed it!  It is prepared exactly like the orginal Pillsbury Crescent Rolls, the garlic butter is already in the dough.  I did notice that it had a slightly artificial flavor to it.  I think I would prefer to make my own garlic butter and use the original Crescent Rolls. 

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5.0

Melt in your mouth Pillsbury GARLIC crescent rolls

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from Appleton, WI

Comments about Pillsbury Garlic Butter crescent rolls:

Hello my name is Amy and I Love my garlic! 

I saw that Pillsbury came out with  garlic butter crescent rolls and since my husband love the original Pillsbury crescent rolls and I love garlic I thought this was a happy medium for the both of us.  Still flaky and buttery, but with a hint of garlic to give it a little umph!

These are great with Italian dishes, mixed in the serving bowl with original flavor crescent or how about using the garlic instead of the original for veggie pizza?  Oh yeah that would give it a little extra zip...A lady I work with tried it and it's the BOM!

Crescent veggie pizza recipe from **Recipzaar.com **is the one she used, but used the Pillsbury Garlic butter crescents:

Ingredients - 2 packages crescent rolls

- 2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese

- 3/4 cup mayo

- 1/2 package dry ranch dressing mix

- 1/2 package dry vegetable soup mix (I use Mrs. Grass)

- 1 cup diced very fine carrots

- 1 cup diced very fine broccoli

- 1 cup diced very fine  cauliflower (you can leave that off of my slice...ucky) 

- grated Parmesan cheese or Romano



Directions 1. Roll crescent rolls flat on cookie sheet.

2. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes and cool.

3. Mix cream cheese, mayonnaise, dressing mix and soup mix.

4. Spread on cooled rolls and top with vegetables.

5. Put grated cheese on top.

6. Let it chill for 2 hours before serving.



This is soooooooooooo yummy!

If you haven't tried Pillsbury Garlic Butter Crescent rolls yet...what are you waiting for.  It's a nice change from the regular old garlic bread with Italian foods...I will put on a little grated Parmesan before I back them and serve with lasagna and spaghetti.

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