These Nutella and Marshmallow Crescent Rolls are a quick treat to throw together, plus they’re warm, gooey, and delicious. Bonus!
Hang on, wait. I called this a recipe, but that’s a stretch. Let’s just go with it for now though, okay?
Nutella and Marshmallow Crescent Rolls
- One package of crescent rolls (if you are a Susie Homemaker and make your own from scratch, then do that. If you’re domestically challenged like a certain someone named Angie, then use the kind that comes in the kind of tube that is the adult equivalent to a jack-in-the-box)
- Mini Marshmallows (though I suspect marshmallow creme would also work)
I was not kidding about this being simple, but I suspect you’ve already figured that out.
Just roll out the crescent rolls like you would normally. Before rolling them into their signature shape, spread on a spoonful of Nutella (not too close to the edges) and then set a few mini marshmallows on top of the Nutella, like so:
Of course, when you roll it up, it might be kind of full, so be prepared, they might burst. It’s a risk I was willing to take. Perhaps you are a risk taker like that too.
Okay, I lied. I didn’t actually realize that they would burst the first time I made them, though I’m not sure how I missed the tell tale signs. They’re worth it though. It just makes for a messy pan, that’s all.
Enjoy warm or allow to cool. Whatever. I would suggest letting them cool down just enough that you don’t have to embarrassingly open your mouth to let the cool air in while you’re chewing a bite. But, you know, warm enough that they’re still ooey gooey.
Nutella and Marshmallow Crescent Rolls Recipe
- 1 package crescent rolls
- Mini Marshmallows though marshmallow creme would also work
- Just roll out the crescent rolls like you would normally.
- Before rolling them into their signature shape, spread on a spoonful of Nutella (not too close to the edges) and then set a few mini marshmallows on top of the Nutella.
- Bake according the crescent roll directions.
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