S’mores Crescent Rolls

 S’mores Crescent Rolls stuffed with chocolate chips, marshmallows, graham crackers and Nutella and topped with Nutella drizzle.

S'mores Crescent Rolls - all the flavors of s'mores rolled up in a crescent roll. Breakfast, anyone??

When we first moved into our house, just over three years ago, I was absolutely convinced we had made the wrong decision. There were so many things I didn’t like about it – from the dark entryway to the dark kitchen to the dark wood everywhere – and that was AFTER we had taken care of the worst of it! Sure, I had known it was a fixer upper…and I had convinced myself that I would be okay with the fixing up taking a while. But when reality struck that this was now “home”, I quickly changed my tune!

S'mores Crescent Rolls - all the flavors of s'mores rolled up in a crescent roll. Breakfast, anyone??

 I wanted a new front door that would let light in. I wanted all the woodwork to be painted white. And I wanted to hire an electrician to brighten up our kitchen (and the rest of our house while he was at it!) Oh – and I also wanted to demolish our screened in porch. Pronto!

S'mores Crescent Rolls - all the flavors of s'mores rolled up in a crescent roll. Breakfast, anyone??

 Lucky for me, I got everything I wanted…..except for the screened in porch demolition. Which turned out to be a GOOD thing, especially since the screened in porch is now one of my favorite parts of the house! All it took was a little paint, a little furniture, some brightly colored rugs, some hanging lanterns, and a summer spent enjoying the indoor-outdoor feel of it. And now…..I’m in love!

S'mores Crescent Rolls - all the flavors of s'mores rolled up in a crescent roll. Breakfast, anyone??

 I actually spent a day last week getting it ready for the season – sweeping the floor, arranging the furniture, rolling out the rug, hanging up the lanterns. Because as soon as warm weather strikes, that’s exactly where I’ll want to be! And when I’m not there, I’ll want to be sitting on the patio, or around the fire pit, roasting marshmallows, making s’mores and soaking up all the warmth I can get.

S'mores Crescent Rolls - all the flavors of s'mores rolled up in a crescent roll. Breakfast, anyone??

Since patience clearly isn’t my strong suit, I decided I couldn’t really wait for warmer weather to get my s’mores fix. After all, I could still be waiting another month! So I channeled my summer s’mores love into these tasty little crescent rolls, which are definitely the next best thing. Or maybe even better….considering the fact that these are s’mores you can eat for breakfast!

S'mores Crescent Rolls - all the flavors of s'mores rolled up in a crescent roll. Breakfast, anyone??

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S'mores Crescent Rolls
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 can refrigerated crescent rolls (8 count)
  • ¼ c. Nutella
  • 64 mini marshmallows
  • 40 chocolate chips
  • 2 graham crackers
Instructions
  1. Unroll crescent dough into triangles.
  2. Top each with 1 tsp. Nutella, 8 mini marshmallows, 5 chocolate chips, and ¼ graham cracker (broken into pieces).
  3. Carefully roll dough into crescent shape, starting at the wide end and working your way to the point.
  4. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 minutes or until golden brown.
  5. Drizzle with remaining Nutella (you may have to heat it slightly to make it the right consistency).

 

Be sure to check out my No-Bake Nutella S’mores Cheesecake Cups, too!

Nutella S'mores Cups 1b

Comments

  1. Jamie+@+Love+Bakes+Good+Cakes says

    Yum! My kids would go crazy over this – we were just talking about needing to pick up marshmallows for smores the other day!!

    • Cathy Trochelman says

      They are definitely best when made fresh, but you could definitely reheat them a bit the next day and they’d still be tasty!

  2. says

    Cathy, this is my kind of way to eat a crescent roll – wow! Love this and absolutely have to try it – pinned and will be sharing on FB! Hope all is well and have a great Monday evening!

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