Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Garlic Butter Cheddar Cheese Twists

I LOVE BREAD! Seriously I do. Bread has to be one of the best comfort foods out there...next to dessert! These little guys were so yummy!!! I wanted some type of bread for my Easter dinner, and came up with this idea. I actually used crescent rolls to make them, just to save me a step. They were so easy and everyone really loved them. These would be a good party appetizer, especially if you need something quick and easy!

Garlic Butter Cheddar Cheese Twists
(recipe from the kitchen of Liesl)
1 package of reduced fat crescent rolls
1 tablespoon butter, melted
garlic salt
cheddar cheese
cooking spray
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Spray a muffin pan with non stick cooking spray. This part is kinda tricky to explain, but when you open a can of the crescent rolls notice how two of the crescent triangles make a square...try to keep those together. You want to separate the crescent rolls into 4 squares, which is two of the crescent rolls together. Press the part of the square that has the perforation (where you would separate them) together. You don't want to dough to come apart when you twist it. Once you have pressed the seam together, cut each square into thirds longways. Then take one of the thirds and twist it up, tucking one end underneath so it doesn't come apart. Place into the greased muffin pan. Continue process until you have finished all the twists.
Combine the melted butter with a couple dashes of garlic salt. Brush the tops of the twists with the garlic butter mixture. Sprinkle tops of twists with cheddar cheese.
Place in oven and bake for about 10 to 12 minutes or until nice and golden.
~Photography by Kristen Wiltse


  1. I love bread too! And it doesn't get much better than bread with cheese and garlic :)

  2. These were so good! I loved them and it made it! Yeah! I'm so proud of you.

  3. These look so good. I want at least 6 right now. :)

  4. These look easy to make and delicious. I am sold!


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