This was fun! I only used two cans of breadstick dough, baked it at 325 and only needed to bake it for about 50 minutes. It was beautiful. I did use the Reynold's nonstick aluminum, but wasn't able to remove the foil post-baking because it was stuck in the tip at the end. ** second attempt. I added a separate small piece of foil at the end for the curved tip. This allowed me to easily pull the large piece of nonstick foil out post baking leaving just the small piece hidden in the tip.** I did stretch the breadsticks, but just overlapped and pinched well(no glaze during assembly) and had no issues with it separating. I did need toothpicks to hold the braid in place while baking and they were a challenge to remove, but otherwise had no trouble. Was grateful to have mom to assist, but I do think it can be done by one person in a pinch--just need some time and patience. I filled with chocolate candies and presented it as a hostess gift as "The Horn of Plenty of Chocolate." It was quite the hit...
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This was fun! I only used two cans of breadstick dough, baked it at 325 and only needed to...