looking for a stollen recipes

20 years ago at my eldest daughter's christening, my then sister-in-law brought a stollen her mother had made. Now before someone gets their knickers in a twist about using 'pre-made' or 'canned' ingredients, close this thread now and no one will get offended. The stollen was made using Pillsbury crescent rolls. The mother has since died and the former sister-in-law, although I still am cordial with her, couldn't boil water without burning it, so forget getting a recipe from her. Can anyone help? Thanks, ginny
PS: it a 'memory' thing, this recipe, so please don't tell me I could make my own stollen, I know that, what I want to do is replicate this one.
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Virginia Tadrzynski

May or may not be the one you are looking for; but, there is a Holiday Stollen recipe on the Pillsbury site, specifying crescent rolls as an ingredient. To check it out, take a look at:
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l, not -l
Oops, my bad. I had two recipes for stollen, one from Pillbury and another that called for crescent rolls; I misremembered which was which. Here's the one using crescent rolls: Stollen 1 (8-count) package refrigerated crescent rolls 8 ounces cream cheese, at room temperature 1/2 cup granulated sugar Cinnamon 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 egg 1 tablespoon flour
Heat oven to 350 degrees F.
Arrange rolls in a flat rectangle on a jellyroll pan or cookie sheet. Push seams together so that cheese mixture will not run through to pan. Mix remaining ingredients until smooth. Spread over crescent rolls, pushing cheese almost to edges. Fold comers over mixture. Sprinkle with cinnamon. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes until rolls are golden brown. Cheese will rise a little then fall. Drizzle with a glaze of confectioners' sugar and milk while still a little warm. Cool and serve.
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l, not -l
I'm making only one comment: I don't understand the taste buds of people who think Pillsbury bazooka breads of all kinds don't have an odd/funny taste. This includes crescent rolls.
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Reply to
Nancy2
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They all, to me, have a slightly bitter aftertaste. I don't even purchase any of them any more.
Reply to
Omelet
Was it really really rich?
The German one we just bought is 952 calories a serving. So I've been slicing it pretty thin.
Reply to
spamtrap1888
I don't know about the recipe you are talking about,maybe you are looking for something emotional on the food,some times the feeliings are gone forever.
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smallyfish

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