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Double Rings Intertwined HELP!

heat123

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Sep 7, 2005
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I am doing a bridal shower coming up and I was wondering if any of you have done this for a show before and your tips on how to create them intertwining?

Do you use 2 cresent packs per ring? How do you bake them together? On two round stones side by side? I can envision them being together but can't figure out in my head how to actually put them together and cook them.

Help, I hope this makes sense! I have 25 people to feed so I figured I would need two full size rings each (2 cresent packs per ring).
 

rayday

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Oct 3, 2005
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I've made a ring and a half on the same stone before. I used 3 crescent roll packages. I did the inner ring first and then the outer ring, leaving about an 1 or so between the two. It worked well and even though they were touching when they were done cooking they didn't bake together so they were easy to take apart.
 

its_me_susan

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Jul 31, 2005
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heat123 said:
I am doing a bridal shower coming up and I was wondering if any of you have done this for a show before and your tips on how to create them intertwining?

Do you use 2 cresent packs per ring? How do you bake them together? On two round stones side by side? I can envision them being together but can't figure out in my head how to actually put them together and cook them.

Help, I hope this makes sense! I have 25 people to feed so I figured I would need two full size rings each (2 cresent packs per ring).

Look at the Chicken Bistro Twist recipe in All the Best. I would recommend filling 2 french breads and intertwining them. Yum. I like to fill my twist with the Spinach-artichoke fillings from the ring/braid section. You could also just fill with cream cheese/brown sugar and chopped apples, sprinkled with cinnamon sugar?
 
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