Are you a crescent fan? We use them as fallback meals a lot in our house. Sometimes I make them into muffin meals & other times I form them into their intended shapes…but they almost always turn our tasty as all get-out. Today I thought I’d share an exceptionally tasty & simple recipe I pull together when we’re int he mood for something sweet! Check out these delish recipe for Nutella & Cookie Butter Crescent Rolls below!
One of my favorite things about these yummy rolls is that all of the ingredients are things I tend to have on hand. When we get the dreaded donut craving is when I tend to break out this old-faithful. When I make these rolls the hubby about loses it. Don’t get me wrong- donuts are great! We just don’t always want to leave the house to get them!
- 1 can Pillsbury crescent rolls (for other brands please refer to their baking times)
- Nutella Hazelnut Spread for filling
- Trader Joe's Speculoos Cookie Butter, any variety or homemade for filling
- Optional: Butter & raw sugar to top crescents for a crunchy, shiny, top.
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
- Divide dough along perforated lines onto cookie sheet. They should be divided up so they will make single servings.
- Place scant teaspoons of Nutella & Speculoos Cookie Butter on the larger end of the crescent. Roll up from wide end to create the crescent with filling in center covered by the dough.
- If you would like to add the sugar topping do so here right before baking. I pat a bit of softened or melted butter over the top center of each roll then sprinkle lightly with a bit of raw sugar for a nice crunch.
- Bake crescents until golden & puffed up, around 10-12 minutes. Remove from oven & let cook at least 1 minute before serving so the filling isn't too hot. Serve immediately warm for best gooey results.
What are your favorite crescent roll recipes? & can we talk about how adorable this little plate is? Sigh. I love dainty plates. How about more recipes using Nutella or cookie butter?