Make these Honey Butter Crescent Rolls the star of your next dinner. Your guest will be going back for seconds and thirds!
The holidays are sneaking up on us whether we like it or not. Crazy to think we only have a few more weeks until we carve the turkey and give thanks! As you start to plan your menu I highly suggest you add my honey butter crescent rolls to the menu.
They are dynamite–both sweet and savory and melt in your mouth. They are simply irritable and I may or may not have consumed 3 after photographing these beauties. To be completely honestly I probably could have ate all 8. But I had self control after I gorged my face with the first three.
I was inspired to recreate this recipe from a local restaurant I dined at throughout my high school years. HOPS was known for their honey butter croissants. Every Friday night after the football game my friends and I would charge into HOPS for those croissants (they were free and AMAZING) as well as a bowl of baked potato soup! I know that the waitresses and waiters hated to see us “kids” come in. If only they knew it was the highlight to our week–and brought us so many memories.
I created this sweet recipe croissant rolls recipe from start to finish in just 15 minutes. Yep–that’s it. That’s what I love about Pillsbury. Pillsbury creates easy, quick-to-fix recipes designed to give you more time with family instead of fussing around in the kitchen.
I made these in the morning with my toddler by my side. While the Crescents baked in the oven I whipped up the quick honey butter sauce that goes on top of the rolls. Seriously, you can’t go wrong with a speedy and delicious tasting recipe.
Honey Butter Crescent Rolls
- 1 12 oz. package Pillsbury Original Crescents
- 2 tablespoons salted butter
- 1 tablespoons honey
- 1 tablespoon powdered sugar
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Unroll dough, separate into 8 triangles. Roll up loosely on an I greased cookie sheet. Bake for 12-15 minutes.
- While crescents bake begin making honey butter. In a small sauce pan, melt salted butter. Then add the honey and powdered sugar. Mix well until incorporated (the sauce will instantly become thicker once the powdered sugar is added), remove from the heat and set to the side.
- Once crescents are golden brown remove from the oven. Carefully, remove from baking sheet using a spatula, keep them on the baking sheet or place on a dish then drizzle honey butter sauce on top and enjoy immediately.