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Easy Baked Cheese & Vegetable Twist

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This new take on broccoli casserole boasts cream cheese, veggies and a delicate crescent roll crust. A super-easy how-to video means making it is a cinch.
20 min
1 hr
16 servings
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Sure didn't thrill me. Didn't think it had much flavor at all. I used Santa Fe flavored cream cheese. Might try the crescent roll idea with something else inside.
Yummy! Super simple and totally impressive! My guests lovel this! To use the 2 cans of crescents, I would recommend using a 14 inch circular pizza pan, and the full ring didn't fit on my baking sheet. I ended up making 2 seperate rings. I made one and froze one. I also added peas that I had leftover from the night before to the veggie mix. Overall, this was great and easy and I will definetly be making it again!
I made some changes, but this was awsome. I will be making this for a long time. I added ground turkey and did not use cream cheese. I used Philly Garlic Cooking Cream instead. Great recipe!
The kids loved it but my husband would like it with meat. Next time I will add chicken to half of it.
Great tasting and easy to make. Always a favorite at my house!!
This recipe was both easy and delicious! My family is asking to have this again. Wouldn't change a thing.
I make this Christmas morning! It is our new staple. We loved it! It is mild in flavor but really worked for a leisurely brunch option. Baby bella mushrooms are best in this.
Not a whole lot of flavor for the amount of work involved.
Great recipe. I omitted the mushroom but added pepper & onion (sauteed 5 min.) cooked italian sausage and cut up a ham steak in really small pieces. Also sauteed the broccoli for 5 min. I used 8 0z. of cream cheese instead of just 4. I mixed these ingredients the night before and put in container in fridge to save time the next day. Has anyone ever made the entire twist the night before? I wasn't sure how the dinner rolls would be the next day when baked. I made this for 25 people that got together to bake cookies (actually the recipe made two twist)and everyone loved it!!
Although edible, I found it had no taste whatsoever. Instead of 30 minutes cook time, mine overcooked in 20 minutes. Bottom stuck to tin foil
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