The best part is that these are incredibly easy. Forget your hand mixer — you don’t even need a spoon for these. Pillsbury’s recipe for this delectable dessert requires just three ingredients: refrigerated Crescent rolls, chocolate chips and, of course, Oreos!
To make this dessert, you just need to form the Crescent rolls around the chocolate sandwich cookies, and then sprinkle the creation with chocolate chips (Pillsbury advises that you use mini chocolate chips). Then, simply bake and enjoy.
Watch the Pillbsury how-to video on YouTube below:
Pillsbury has thought of other clever ways to use Crescent rolls to create sweet treats, too. If you’re looking for a pastry that is perfect for brunch, you can turn a can of Crescent rolls or dough sheets into a delicious lemon-cream cheese Crescent ring. Unroll the refrigerated dough and spread the lemon-and-cream cheese mixture (made with cream cheese, sugar, lemon juice and zest) on the unbaked pastry. Then roll and shape the dough into a ring, pinch the edges to seal it shut to keep the lemon-cheesy filling inside and pop it into the oven.
To make it truly brunch-worthy, you’ll want to drizzle the ring in a light glaze. Grind some fresh coffee beans and voilà, you’ve conquered brunch!
If your tastes lean more toward cinnamon rolls, you have to try this recipe for Crescent cinnamon rolls. Using either Crescent rolls or dough sheets, simply spread the dough into a pan and cover it with a filling made with pecans, brown sugar, powdered sugar and butter. Then shape the dough into coils and bake.
Once baked, cover it with a glaze made with milk, butter and powdered sugar, and you’ll have these delicious cinnamon rolls:
There’s one more Crescent-based recipe you have to check out, especially if you love peanut butter: these peanut butter and honey breakfast pastries. Made with simple ingredients you probably already have on hand, like sugar, peanut butter, eggs, honey and milk, these homemade pastries are the perfect combo of salty and sweet.
Who knew Crescent rolls could be so versatile?