Cookies and Cream Crescents

Made Famous By:  Heather McMullin



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This my friends is what heaven looks like!!


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Girls are completely different than boys.

My boys operate on a different operating system than my daughter does.  boys are rough and tumble, knee scraping, fish lovin’, balls of energy.  My daughter on the other hand is extremely girlie, loves pink, dances on her tippy toes and won’t touch creepy crawlies.

When my boys get a scrape or are sick they generally brush it off pick themselves right up and go about playing despite any scrapes or bruises or being sick.  My daughter on the other hand…….well let’s just say it is the END OF THE WORLD if she gets a scrape or is sick.

If she gets a tiny little cut I hear about her owie multiple times a day until the owie is completely gone.  Even days after said injury occurred and already has a scab, I am still hearing about it and her world revolves around her tiny huge injury.  

It cracks me up to be honest.

Yesterday her nose was runny and her little eyes were watering like crazy, drama, drama, drama.  So we spent the day in bed watching Tangled. I had the window cracked open for some fresh air and at one point she looked at me with the saddest of expressions and said, “Mommy please shut the window, my eyes are melting.” 

My eyes are melting, oh my word.  It was positively adorable.  I took advantage of the situation and got extra-long snuggles.  **sign**  Love those moments!

Cookies and Cream Crescents
1 package Pillsbury Croissants
10 Double Stuft Oreo Cookies
1 Jar Marshmallow Cream

*Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
*Open the package of crescents and separate each one on a cookie sheet.
*Put the Oreos in a plastic zip lock bag and crunch them up.  I left my cookies in pretty big chunks.
*Place 2 TBS of crushed up Oreos and 1 Tablespoon of marshmallow cream on the largest part of each crescent.
*Wrap up each crescent so there no openings.  Get creative when wrapping them up so none of the filling leaks out.  Even though it doesn’t look pretty at this stage they will bake up perfectly.
*Bake for 10 minutes or until golden brown.  Let them sit for about 5 minutes before eating.
**ENJOY!! **




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8 comments:

  1. so fun, and I totally love when my son is sick and wants to cuddle, I feel badly for him, but you know you cannot resist a cuddly kid. He is too big to hug or cuddle now so the sick time is when I can get it.

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  2. Ok, those look absolutely delicious!!! Your first picture is absolutely amazing!!! It drew me right in!!! I even have all the ingredients just no oven at the moment:-( I shared on FB since I can't make them right now!!!

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  3. Wow do those look fantastic! My husband would love them. Come visit us today. We are having a great giveaway. 3 wonderful charm bracelets from Cutey. We love them!

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  4. Love how simple this is and looks seriously delish!

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  5. OH MY HELLO!!! These look and sound amazing! Sooooo gonna make these this weekend! Thanks!

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