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Quick Saturday Morning Chocolate Crescent Rolls

Updated: Jan 30, 2023

I said quick in my don't come for me! I didn't say gourmet, 12 hour French style laminated croissant dough. I said crescent roll. So this quick little morsel of goodness has two ingredients. Two.


Any brand crescent role dough (Pillsbury, Great Value, store brand, Annie's, whatever floats your boat and your budget)

Chocolate Hazelnut spread (Nutella, gourmet, Target brand)


  1. I almost forgot to tell you to preheat the oven. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

1b. Pop open that can of crescent role dough baby! Stick a spoon in it, a fork, or just bang it against the countertop. That's my preferred method. Works every time and I don't have that can just pop open when I least expect it.

2. Unroll the dough into the 8 triangles and place them on a baking or cookie sheet. The dough usually has a bit of fat so greasing your plan is up to you. I typically spray it a bit with bit of non-stick spray but like I said, this is a two ingredient recipe. Just two.

3. Place about a tablespoon of chocolate hazelnut spread on the widest end of your crescent dough triangle.

4. Carefully roll your dough up into a familiar "croissant" shape. I also like to make make it into little "packages". Go to town, get creative. Just don't let the hazelnut spread spill out...otherwise you will have a mess.

5. Bake for approximately 12 minutes. Remember, oven temps vary and baking times may vary, so please don't go off and start your nails and blame me because you burned them. Always keep an eye out when you are baking.

After 12 minutes, you will have a yummy breakfast or brunch treat that goes well with coffee or tea. It goes well with anything really. The best part about it its that you put it together and poured your love into it. Serve them hot out of the oven. You can also let them cool down and store them in the freezer. They reheat really well in a toaster oven or air fryer.



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