Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Good Food

It's been super busy around here which is predictable once school starts back up.

Addison is busy with soccer 3-4 days per week.

Addison and Abigail both have cheer leading at least 2 days per week.

We just signed Addison up with Kumon because she's needing some help in math and that's another 2 days per week.

If we throw in working, orthodontist appointments, and now doctors appointments since Wyatt dislocated his knee, that pushes us almost into overload.

However, I have been crafting in my spare moments as I find them. They mostly come while I'm in the car waiting for someone to their current activity. lol

The other morning I did make these s'mores crescents.

I saw a picture on pinterest and decided I could probably figure it out on my own.

(btw, is anyone else as addicted to pinterest as I am? It's an obsession, people!!)

I just took crescent rolls and places a few mini marshmallows and a few chocolate chips on top.


 I rolled them up (it helps to fold the sides in after the first roll--rumor has it that the gooey stuff can leak out and make a mess--not that I would know from experience) and cooked them just a minute or two longer than the directions on the package.


I guess they tasted alright since the kids ate them all and I didn't even get to try one. But I'll take those types of critiques any day.

4 comments:

Barhocker-Fan said...

I really liked your idea for those crescents and Iam thinking about doing it myself, they look so delicious!

What I wanted to know, if the dough is convinience?

Oh and please excuse my English, Iam no native English speaker ;)

Anyway, a very nice Blog you have here, I like to surf through it from time to time.

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Taryn said...

Yes, the dough is for convenience. I would think that just about anything would work. May even work well with pie crust? Probably worth trying.

The 'Smarty Pants' Family said...

those look super good!