There is something about a family recipe that works great for the holidays. If there’s one family we’re all focused on, it’s the Kelces, especially Donna Kelce.
The football mom of our dreams, she’s been everywhere lately. No matter if she’s working with a brand, going to games, or sharing a recipe, everyone is turning to her for some Thanksgiving goodies.
Thankfully, we were lucky enough to be able to dig around and find two of her recipes to share for the holiday season. These can be used for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any holiday where you’re looking to get cozy.
Whether you’re a Chiefs fan, an Eagles fan, or just love Donna Kelce, you won’t want to skip out on these recipes for your Thanksgiving feast.
See these two Thanksgiving recipes from the queen: Donna Kelce.
Thanksgiving is never complete without rolls and Donna Kelce isn’t afraid to switch things up. This is a take on 1969’s Pillsbury’s Magic Marshmallow Crescent Puffs and it’s a multiple-step process so let’s get into it so you can grab the items or make sure you have them at home.
You’ll need 2 cans of Pillsbury Original Crescent rolls, ¼ cup of granulated sugar, 2 tablespoons Pillsbury BEST all-purpose flour, 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon, 16 large marshmallows, and ¼ cup of butter or margarine. Then for the glaze, you need ½ cup of powdered sugar, ½ teaspoon of vanilla, 2 to 3 teaspoons of milk, and ¼ cup of chopped nuts.
To start, you can preheat your oven to 375 degrees, spray your muffin tin with cooking spray, and then mix together the sugar, flour, and cinnamon. Separate the dough into 16 triangles, dip a marshmallow into melted butter, place the marshmallow on the shorter side of the crescent, and then roll up before completely covering the marshmallow.
Pinch it to seal the crescent and then dip the other side in butter before putting it butter-side down into the muffin tin. From there, bake for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown. After cooking, combine all ingredients for the glaze aside from the nuts and then drizzle over the rolls before finishing with chopped nuts. These are best served warm.
In addition, you can also find Donna Kelce’s chocolate chip cookie recipe. It’s a bit longer so I’m going to link the full recipe for you. These sound absolutely heavenly and perfect for enjoying on Thanksgiving and beyond.
Will you be trying out either of Donna Kelce’s recipes this Thanksgiving? Let us know your favorite, Guilty Eaters!