Sassymonkey and her fake husband are here visiting Pre-BlogHer. In exchange for getting tortured by my children (um enjoying their brilliance) they brought Butter Tarts, Mars Bars, tortilla chips and just for me some cookbooks.
I randomly chose this recipe for Winter Surprise to share with you from the Ottawa Knowledge Services Treasure Trove of Tasty Treats and Tidbits. (December 2001 so not vintage)
This is remarkable Canadian recipe just because uh hmmm well it has Maple Syrup and we all know that Sassymonkey went to a sugar shack for the first time this year. (something about succumbing to the patriarchy to start visiting the Sugar Shack) 😉 All of that said, my family will love these I am sure. It has all of their favorites, well a good portion. I am not so sure about the serve with ice cream because I would serve them for breakfast. However, my children would dig the whole ice cream for breakfast thing. I will let you know how it turns out.
1 package Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
1 cup whipping cream
1 cup maple syrup
Remove dough from package and leave it rolled up. Cut the rolled up dough into 4 to 6 slices
Place pieces face up in a Corningware dish (a small enough dish so that the dough pieces are huddled together)
Pour whipping cream and maple syrup over top.
Bake for 40 minutes at 350 F. Serve with Ice Cream.