Magic Marshmallow Crescent Puffs

When the chicken told me about these I could hardly believe the utter genius of them. Pop ‘n fresh crescent rolls filled with a marshmallow rolled in butter and cinnamon sugar. Bring it on! The crazy thing is the marshmallow totally dissolves, so you can’t even tell there’s one in there.

You can find the recipe here: http://www.pillsbury.com and search for Magic Marshmallow Crescent Puffs (I can’t do links on this device. Sorry!)

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11 Responses to Magic Marshmallow Crescent Puffs

  1. Jennifer says:

    OMG – you’re a genius. We’re definitely making these on our next BSA campout. Thanks for the tip. ; )

  2. Seanna Lea says:

    That sounds fun and decadent!

  3. Jennifer says:

    Mariko, these are divine. I first made this in my 8th grade home ec cooking class. Did Mrs. Walkup know how to pick a recipe, or what? Never forgot about these, and they are awesome to make with kids. Only downside? There are NO CRESCENT ROLLS in tubes in Japan. Sigh. I miss that “pop” of the cardboard tube when you unwrap it.

  4. Lydia says:

    H-h-holy cow! I might just have to go off my wheat-free diet for that. Don’t tell my husband, because he’d eat the whole batch.

  5. ohmy goodness. genious! must try…. *drool*

  6. Iona says:

    very bad, it’s often a bad idea for me to scan through your posts, as it gives me too many unhealthy ideas…they look gooooood though!!

  7. Oiyi says:

    Omg, I *heart* you! I must try these.

  8. Daisy says:

    Mariko, These were too yummers! My kids and I wolfed them down! Thanks!

  9. Christy says:

    I tried making these once, they ended up tasting just like cinnamon rolls to me. I was expecting *MAGIC*
    ಠ_ಠ

  10. Linnea says:

    Marshmallow crescent puffs! I remember making those in home ec class when I was in 7th grade :o) Good memories! I hope you have a great weekend!

  11. carolyn says:

    Oh I want these. NOW.

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