When I recently sang the praises of Hawaiian stuffing mix, my mom mentioned I should also try Hawaiian crescent rolls. I had never noticed Hawaiian crescent rolls in stores and didn’t realize they were a thing; I was accustomed only to seeing regular crescent rolls. During a subsequent shopping trip when I was picking up some canned biscuits to make biscuits and gravy, I happened to spot Hawaiian crescent rolls nearby, so I got a can to try.
Bake House Creations Sweet Hawaiian Crescent Rolls sold for $1.49 for an 8-oz. tube at the time of publication. They’re a Seasonal Favorite, which means they’re in stores for longer than an ALDI Find (Special Buy), but they’re not in stores year round. They appear to be an item in stores during the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons.
The primary ingredient is enriched bleached flour. Those with allergies should be aware these contain wheat.
There are eight servings, or eight rolls, per container. One roll has 100 calories, 5 grams of total fat (6% of your daily value), 2 grams (11% DV) of saturated fat, 210 mg (9% DV) of sodium, 11 grams (4% DV) of total carbohydrates, and 2 grams (4% DV) of added sugars.
To prepare the rolls, preheat the oven to 375 degrees (or 350 degrees for dark or nonstick baking sheet). Separate dough into eight triangles. Roll loosely. Place rolls point down on an ungreased baking sheet. Curve into a crescent shape. Bake for 9-12 minutes or until golden brown.
To reheat: wrap rolls in foil and heat at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes.
The rolls should not be frozen.
I served these rolls with Countryside Creamery Homestyle Spread alongside a homemade turkey vegetable soup for dinner, and my family approved. They were about what we expected; they’re flaky and tender like traditional crescent rolls, but with a sweet flavor. I probably prefer regular crescent rolls slightly more, but these are a fun change and I wouldn’t be opposed to buying them again sometimes.
Bake House Creations Sweet Hawaiian Crescent Rolls are a sweeter-tasting variation on regular crescent rolls. If you like Hawaiian rolls or are simply looking to serve something different, these are worth a try.