Salted Pretzel Crescents Recipe

This is a hit, no matter what occasion, and I continue to make it time and time again!  Hope you enjoy this salty treat as well!

What You Will Need:

–   1 can (I usually use Pillsbury) refrigerated crescent dinner rolls dough

–   1 egg

–   ½ cup of shredded cheddar cheese

–   1 ½ cups of beer

–   ¼ cup of baking soda

–   1 tsp of coarse salt

What You Will Need to do:

1.   Preheat your oven to 375°F.

2.   Spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray.

3.   Divide the dough into eight triangles.  Place 1 tbsp of cheese on the wide part of the triangle.  Roll up the dough, by starting with the smallest side. 

4.   In a bowl, pour in the beer and microwave for 2 minutes or until the contents become hot. 

5.   Slowly add the baking soda to the bowl and stir until it is dissolved.

6.   Dip each piece of dough into the bowl mixture and then let stand for about 3 minutes.  I usually place the pieces on a cooling rack during this time.

7.   Next, in a separate bowl, beat the egg, brush it on each crescent roll and sprinkle on top with the salt.

8.   Now, place the rolls onto the cookie sheet and shape/curve like a crescent shape.

9.   Finally, bake for about 10 minutes or until the top has become golden.

Enjoy!

 

About Dino
There are many things that I love to do. One of those things is crafts! If I could find a job that involved crafts and being able to pay the bills, I'd be all over it! I've also found a great love for cooking and baking in the past few years. Sometimes there doesn't seem to be enough time in the day to be able to fully get into cooking and baking to the degree that I would like to. I've also found myself making a HUGE effort to save my family money. I'm still a beginner but I'm surprised at how many different ways I've found to save money, including starting to use coupons! I hope you enjoy all that I'm about to share.

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