Monday, March 31, 2008

Thanks to a fellow blogger!

I came across this recipe on The Tow Family Adventures. I was intrigued. It seemed very easy. So, I tried it...

Before adding sauce

Doesn't this look delicious??

Ahhhh....So good!

The family loved it! Hubby has even asked me to make it again this week!
For the recipe go here

12 comments:

Dana said...

OMG... Looks sooo YUMMY!! Thanks so much for sharing, I'll have to try making this, this week... Yay - I'm so excitied!!

Pam said...

Oh---that looks----so---yummy! So---very----yummy! I will have to try this soon!

HoneyB said...

I have seen these on the Pioneer Woman Cooks website also. It IS an intriguing recipe - I can't imagine pouring Mountain Dew over crecent dough but it obviously works!

SaraLynn said...

This was terrific! I never would have thought to pour Mountain Dew over anything! But it really does something fun in the oven with these babies!

Cakelaw said...

This does look delicious - I have never tried using Mountain Dew for anything other than drinking, but this seems like a great idea.

SaraLynn said...

Didn't make it through the week. Hubby went to the store for more crescent rolls....yup, they were good again tonight!

Nadine said...

That does look very yummy.

Poonam said...

Hey, my first time here..All your recipes are great!

Sass E-mum said...

I hear there are self help groups on facebook for people who can't get mountain dew in the Europe. Now I can see why. That dessert looks great.

Shot Gun said...

I'm so glad yo liked the recipe! I did get it from the Pioneer Woman Cooks site and thought it was AMAZING, which is why blogged about it. I've been trying to tell all my friends just how easy and delicious it is. I'm glad someone finally put it to the test!

Shot Gun said...

ok- take two....I've already tried posting a comment once, hopefully this will not b a repeat! :-)
Anyway, I'm really glad you like this recipe. I found it on Pioneer Woman Cooks and I thought it was Dee-Lish (as Rachel Ray would say). I've been trying to convince all my friends of how easy and yummy it is. I'm so happy someone put it to the test!

Clara said...

One tip I have, that my family has been doing for awhile now, with honey is
that you try different varieties each time you make the recipe so it never wears out.
Our favorite place to buy honey is from
Holy Food Imports