Nutella Crescent Rolls

I am a huge fan of Nutella (who isn’t?)-so I was VERY intrigued when I came across this post on Things That Sparkle, describing a dessert of Nutella inside Pillsbury crescent rolls. Sounded easy and delicious-and it was! Here’s what I did, based on Alex’s instructions.
 Open up a package of Pillsbury crescent rolls and separate them into triangles. Then spread Nutella inside.
 Roll up each crescent, then roll it around in a mixture of cinnamon and sugar. Mmm!
 Line the cinnamon-sugar covered crescents up on an ungreased cooking sheet (I just put down parchment paper for easy clean-up), and cook according to the instructions on the crescent package.
 Here they are out of the oven-warm and puffed up. Ok, they’re slightly goofy looking, but who cares. They’re delicious!
 Perfect with a cold glass of vanilla coconut milk.
 They’re SO EASY and quick. This is my new go-to for whenever I have a chocolate craving!

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  1. Leslie wrote:

    Those sound absolutely amazing! I think I'll have to try them one time for the husband. I'm pinning this right now. πŸ™‚

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  2. These look amazing. I SO wish I wasn't at work right now so I could go home and whip these up. Yum!

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  3. These look so good, my mouth is watering! I can't wait to try this.

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  4. Christina wrote:

    omg i always make these but i never rolled them in cinnamon. i gotta try that out

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  5. I love Nutella! And will be craving these until I can make them!

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  6. Holly wrote:

    These look so good!! I love dressing up crescent rolls with something fun πŸ™‚ I do a pizza crescent roll that's really yummy- maybe I could do those for dinner and these for dessert, haha!

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  7. Viviana wrote:

    Holy. Nutella on anything is heavenly!!

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  8. Yum! Just bought a fresh jar at the Italian market this weekend, so I may have to make these soon! πŸ™‚

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  9. Oh My Goodness… yuummy… I am nuts about nutella & this looks just fantastic… I must give it a try!!!
    Darling Bonnie

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  10. Carolyn wrote:

    I just made those two weeks ago! As well as those eggplant/goat cheese sandwiches ( – SO SO SOOO good and the are definitely incredibly easy!

    I am starting to get creeped out my our similarities! Must be reading the same blogs πŸ™‚

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  11. Rebecca wrote:

    Oh, my! I may have to rush home and make these tonight before I give up desserts for Lent tomorrow!

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  12. Could these look any more delicious?! Must try!!

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  13. That looks so good and easy I'm definitely going to try it out πŸ™‚

    Published 2.21.12 · Reply
  14. Karla wrote:

    they look delicious!!

    Published 2.22.12 · Reply
  15. bevy wrote:

    Are you kidding me?! So much for trying to avoid sweets! These babies are being made soon!

    Published 2.22.12 · Reply
  16. These look AMAZING. Have to make them! And they look easy to make too, which is great because I am a bit of a disaster in the kitchen…

    Published 2.22.12 · Reply
  17. Sierra wrote:

    these look soooo good, i can't wait to try them!

    Published 2.24.12 · Reply
  18. Liesl wrote:

    Yumminess! I'm not a big sweets person, odd I know, but do love a great chocolate cosecant from time to time and these are a lovely twist on just that, and I do love cinnamon! πŸ™‚

    Published 2.29.12 · Reply
  19. Anonymous wrote:

    I am unable to find Pillsbury crescent seamless dough I stay in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. πŸ™ Any Idea where can i get them?

    Published 5.27.12 · Reply
  20. Christina wrote:

    I pinned this and immediately made them. Thankfully,I had all the ingredients on hand. So easy to make and sooo yummy πŸ™‚

    Published 11.8.12 · Reply