So I was just on face book and someone had shared some recipe from Hormel for a Cheeseburger Dip. I thought mmm that sounds so good. So I go look..... And my thought is OMG artificial cheese and meat products?????? ICK. I can do better than that! So I wrote this recipe.
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They are extra delicious if you give them orange chocolate fillings (just wrap each croissant around a segment from a Terry's Chocolate Orange.)
You need to start the dough the night before, and you'll need to be around for three or four hours so you can roll it out periodically.
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My "trails" are urban not wilderness, but where ever you're going, this easy recipe makes a good portable food for traveling, where finding high-protein gluten-free can be tiresome. This recipe does include white & brown sugars (starred) but it's not baking. I'm not familiar with dry vegan sweeteners, but if they exist, they'd work.
There are three steps, with a lot of time in between:
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More accurately, my father made them – frequently – and then would tell me, and my slightly-older sister, that we wouldn't like them, that they were grown-up food, that there just weren't enough for us to have any – you can guess other, similar phrases, and you'd probably be right.
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I hope that you enjoy!
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Eat. If there are any left (weirdo), then store them in an airtight container. There are never any left in this house. miss_s_b eats them all.