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    • Cheese Twists

      8 ounce can refrigerator crescent rolls
      2 teaspoons Butter; melted
      1/2 cup cheese; grated
      garlic salt



      Divide dough in half. Press into 2 rectangles. Press perforations to seal.



      Brush first rectangle with butter, sprinkle with cheese and garlic salt.



      Place second rectangle of dough on top of first.



      Cut into 1/2" strips.Twist each strip five times. Squeeze ends to seal.



      Place on ungreased pan and bake in Easy-Bake Oven until golden brown.


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