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Oh my. That looks AMAZING! Surely someone who has mastered rice AND fried shrimp could make these, right?

Hey Valerie, you are more than qualified and able to make these. I'd love for you to give them a try sometime!

OMG, how seriously good do these look?

These are going to be made this weekend!

thank you so much for posting this. My son is lactose intolerant and he'll love these.

If you're not lactose intolerant would I be fine using butter instead of margarine?

Interesting you chose lemon. I would have done orange myself.

Serious case of culinary lust at the moment. These look fantastic!

nutritional breakdown if possible...they look yummy!

My grandmother used to make lemon poppyseed rolls that look very close to this. She never passed down the recipe so I'm anxious to try this and see how close they are to hers. I'll let you know and thanks for posting it!

OF COURSE! The day I decide to give up carbs for a month is when I see this! THANKS A LOT! :-)

But I will make it for my back-to-school breakfast!!!

These are going on my to-do list for when it gets cooler outside. 100 degrees seems a little warm to be turning on the oven...even with central air-conditioning.

So cute!

These look fantastic! So great to hear you speak at FoodBlogSouth! Thanks for the ideas, and these might be breakfast for the week!

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