I asked this in the church food thread, but I thought I'd ask here. My mom's Sunday school class is having a breakfast for 80. My Mom is one of the several people who will be bringing food. She asked me if I would make my stuffed crescent rolls.
After making the dough, it goes through a 1st rise. Then you punch out the dough, roll it out into 12" circles, then cut the circles like pizza, and roll up the triangles from the wide end. I place a small piece of ham and cheese on the triangle before rolling. (I'm also going to do a spinach and ricotta cheese stuffing) Then they go through a 2nd rising, and then baking.
I'd like to do the dough making, 1st rise, rolling and stuffing of the rolls on Saturday night, so all I have to do on Sunday morning is pull out the dough, do the 2nd rise, and bake.
Can I put them in the freezer or refrigerator to accomplish this? Any suggestions? Maybe store the cut, unrolled triangles instead of the formed, stuffed rolls?