If you are looking for something special to serve family and/or guests, these simple and quick to make Biscuit Blossoms are sure to put a smile on the face of everyone at the table! You might just have most of the ingredients already in your fridge! The blossoms are made from Honey Crescents. I used strawberry yogurt for the filling, topped it with whipped cream, shaved milk chocolate, and a strawberry. See what I mean, simple and quick! Oh, and this is even better~make the biscuits the day before you are serving. Put them in sealed container to keep them fresh. That way on the day you are serving them, you can put them all together while your whipping cream is whipping!
1 can Crescents
2-3 containers Strawberry Yogurt
1/2 cup Whipping Cream
2 tablespoons Confectioner’s Sugar
Block of Milk Chocolate
small Strawberry for each blossom
Unroll crescents from the package.
Across the bottom, mark a line every 3″.
Use a knife or pizza cutter and cut on the lines to the top,
and across the middle. You should have 8 large squares.
Ignore the lines that were in the dough when you unrolled it.
Spray your cupcake pan with pan spray.
Place a square in each circle. Pull the pointed edges
of the dough to the edges of each circle. They won’t all look alike.
Bake according to package directions.
As soon as you take the pan from the oven, use
whatever you have to make a circle in the middle of the crust.
There will already be a small one, you are just defining it.
Let cool completely.
Make your whipped cream by pouring cream into bowl and
add confectioners sugar. Start mixing on low until
sugar is combined, then turn on high until cream has whipped.
While cream is whipping, fill each blossom with yogurt.
Add whipped cream on top of yogurt.
You can use a piping bag with a decorating tip,
or just dollop it on top.
Use a vegetable peeler to shave pieces of chocolate.
Sprinkle the chocolate over the top.
Cut a strawberry, so it fans just slightly, and place
it on top against the back on the blossom.
Enjoy your Biscuit Blossoms!
These blossoms work well with other yogurt flavors and fruits.
Thank you for stopping by!