Sunday Dinner Crescent Rolls



4 T. yeast
½ c. + 2 T. warm Water
6 eggs
1 c. oil
1 c. sugar
2 c. warm milk (use a microwave on low setting to warm milk)
10-11 c. flour
2 T. salt

In large mixing bowl, mix yeast and warm water together and allow to sit for 10 minutes. In seperate bowl mix together eggs, oil, sugar, and warm milk.

Add egg mixture and warm milk to the yeast mixture. Mix all together until combined.

Add 1 cup of flour at a time until combined together. Continue to mix/knead for 5 minutes on med-high speed. Allow to raise 2-3 hours.

Separate dough into 6 even balls. Roll out each ball until the size of a dinner plate on a lightly floured surface. Cut into 8 pizza wedge slices. With each wedge, roll down ward wrapping bottom skinny bottom piece down and around to make pretty crescent shape.

Allow to double in size (about 15 minutes). Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Bake 6 minutes on bottom rack and then 5 minutes on middle shelf until light golden brown. Once they are perfectly golden brown, brush tops with melted butter once removed. Makes 48 rolls.

Recipe from myfoodstoragedeals.blogspot.com, "The BEST crescent recipe around!". 167 cal., 5.6 g fat, 24 mg chol., 304 mg sodium, 24.9 g carb., 4.1 g pro.

This recipe came from one of my favorite food blogs (myfoodstoragedeals.blogspot.com). It makes a lot, so consider yourself warned. You may want to half the recipe, or plan to give some away to neighbors. I'm sure you could also freeze them for awhile if necessary, but I have not tried that yet.

Comment (1)

these were fantastic! just a teeny bit too sweet for my tastes so maybe next time try half the sugar :D

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