MACON, Ga. — Just in time for the holidays, we at 13WMAZ wanted to share some of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes with you!
For this episode, morning anchor Katelyn Heck made a tasty twist to classic dinner rolls. She calls them her cranberry brie rolls.
Katelyn found the recipe online many years ago and over time she's made the dish her own by trying out new flavor combos.
Now, whenever she has dinner with her family, she brings her cranberry brie rolls. They're always a hit!
If you want to try the rolls, you can find the recipe below. To make the cranberry brie rolls your own, you can also add pecans for a nice and natural crunch.
To modify her rolls, Katelyn like to pair the bread with other classic Thanksgiving leftovers.
"I love making them the day after Thanksgiving, adding a little turkey, even some leftover stuffing so you can use up some of your leftovers," she said. "It's like a little Thanksgiving meal in a pouch!"
If you try her cranberry brie rolls recipe, email us at news@13WMAZ.com to let us know what you think!
Katelyn's Cranberry Brie Rolls Recipe
- 1 8 oz. tube crescent dough
- 1 8 oz. wheel of brie cheese, cut into cubes
- 1 cup whole cranberry sauce
- Fresh rosemary and thyme for garnish
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
- Separate crescent roll dough and lay out on a baking sheet
- Spoon 1 Tbs. cranberry sauce on the wide end of each crescent
- Place a cube of brie on top of cranberry sauce
- Add fresh rosemary and thyme
- Roll each crescent, making sure the ends are sealed
- Bake 10-12 minutes until the dough is golden brown
- Serve warm!
- Lay out crescent dough in a wreath shape on the baking sheet before adding other ingredients
- Add chopped pecans
- Add leftover turkey and/or stuffing
- Use any flavor thick jam/preservatives instead of cranberry sauce
- Sprinkle orange zest over rolls before baking