They look the same, but you use yeast to make crescent rolls. They're not sweet like croissants either. More like a regular dinner roll.
It all looks good enough to eat! Your true calling perhaps, @CPPropNot sure why I’ve not cooked before – perhaps this new locked down is forcing me to do something I would not normally do.
(ignore the bread I make that weekly) Corn beef and potato pie and sausage rolls what a festive feast to lookforward to even if they look a bit messy (even made the pastry from scratch).
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All things tangerine - my baking experiment 2020.
In this crazy year, I am lagging behind terribly with my Christmas bakery schedule. So far I've only managed to do these and 2 more family traditional ones. Now I hope to finish 3 more today - and at the latest tomorrow I have to bake the traditional Christmas loaves according to my great-aunt's recipe....
Never heard about fudge before but recently a few times.Today we made rice krispy treats with peppermint flavoring and red sprinkles. They turned out very good!
Cornflake wreath- made like rice krispy treats but you use cornflakes instead so it shapes up nicely into the shape of a wreath. we put candies on it to look like bulbs on the wreath and added vanilla flavoring..
Chocolate fudge- half plain chocolate and the other half with walnuts and mini-marshmallows.
For my co-workers, I made tri-colored Christmas fudge and a batch of candy cane fudge.
Anna, i have learned to be careful with fudge. It can turn rock hard if you don't make it right on the stovetop.Never heard about fudge before but recently a few times.
Well as I have enough time during lockdown right now I am trying to make one on my own.
haha yeah thank you!Anna, i have learned to be careful with fudge. It can turn rock hard if you don't make it right on the stovetop.
Imagine my delight when I found these simple recipes that just use the microwave to melt the chocolate:
Fudge-making can be fussy—good thing you're a hostess with a hack. By using Betty Crocker™ Rich & Creamy Vanilla Frosting, there’s no need for a candy thermometer or constant stirring over the stove. All it takes to make this eye-catching Christmas swirl fudge is a can of our favorite frosting...www.bettycrocker.com
The chocolate fudge I made uses sweetened condensed milk and semi-sweet chocolate chips- and you can toss it any extras you might like
Simple to make and the white chocolates were a hit with my coworkers. The chocolate fudge is in my fridge right now and I will be trying it tomorrow