Original recipe yields 4 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
I made this dessert for my family. I am not much on banana desserts but this one is a keeper with a few changes. I used a muffin tin and put 1 crescent in each one. I formed it to fit the muffin...
This recipe is fabulous, and very easy. For an extra touch; before baking, I brushed the top of the pastries with melted butter and lightly sprinkled with Cinnamon and sugar. It was GREAT!
Very yummy, I added a tablespoon of Brown Sugar rto make it sweeter and a dollop of Whipped Cream.
This was quick, very easy to make, and was visually appealing, but my fiance and I didn't like the flavor. It wasn't sweet enough - it almost had a bitter taste to it.
These are great but not quite sweet enough. I added some brown sugar in my second batch and they were perfect. These would make a good breakfast treat.
Wow! This is the best recipe I have tried so far! My husbands first words out of his mouth were. "This is really good! This ones a keeper!!" My son really liked it too. I can't wait to make ...
Excellent! Add a scoop of French Vanilla ice cream to the side and viola! Yummy, I also sprinkled the finished product with granulated sugar and cinnamon before cooking.
I wasn't sure how this recipe would go over on my relatives, but they really enjoyed it. It was super easy and turned out great.
SOOOOOO GOOD! My son who is not big on bananas even loved it! Not often all of us agree, but everyone just loved it! It's a keeper and oh how easy!