Chocolate and Peanut Butter Filled Crescent Rolls
When I saw the recipe for chocolate croissants on Noble Pig, I knew I would be making them immediately. I surprised my kids today by baking these tasty after-school snacks. Both of my children love the combination of peanut butter and chocolate so I decided to adapt Cathy’s recipe a bit by adding a layer of peanut butter. Both my daughter and son gave them a double thumbs up. I was also told that I was the “coolest mom ever”. Thanks for the great recipe, Cathy.
Chocolate and Peanut Butter Crescent Rolls:
- 1 tube of crescent rolls
- Peanut butter
- Semi-sweet chocolate chips
How to Make Chocolate and Peanut Butter Filled Crescent Rolls
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Place the unrolled crescent rolls onto an ungreased cookie sheet (I used my silpat mat).
Spread a layer of peanut butter on each triangle; top with chocolate chips.
Roll from the bottom of the triangle to the point. Place in the oven and bake for 10-11 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from the oven and serve while hot. Enjoy.
Adapted recipe and photos by For the Love of Cooking.net
Original recipe by Cathy at Noble Pig
Oh my, this might be the best and easiest treat to make ever!!
Made these the other morning, they were amazing! My twins never like anything for breakfast other than cereal and they ate 2 of these each. Thanks for all the great easy recipes you post on here. I have tried many of your other recipes (mostly cookie recipes) as well and I would say they are all winners.
For the left-overs, can you refrigerate them and reheat?
you definatley can! i reheated it in the microwave for 20 seconds and they are awesome! Just like out of the oven! and it was my first time making these and i didnt put enough chocolate in them, so i drizzled chocolate syrup on one, DELICIOUS!!
Omg, my daughter and I just made these but with a twist. Peanut butter and Nutella, even put marshmallows in too…a combination, some with only PB and marshmallows,, some with PB and Nutella only, and some with all three! Even added honey to some! Yummo is all I can say!
My 4 year old and I just put these in the oven! Can’t wait to try them! Thanks for the recipe!
This looks so yummy and easy!! Will try it this weekend for Easter!!!
Thank you – these were so yummy.
we are going to make these today sound and look wonderful
I am thinking of trying this but using cream cheese and a jam.
I made these for our dessert for dinner tonight… I almost wanted to eat them before they were cooked… but I couldn’t stand the thought of eating dough… (yuck) I CAN’T WAIT to devour these! Great recipe!
Made these tonight, they came out delicious! The family loved them! I actually preferred them colder than warm, but I’m down in Panama right now so it was hot outside. I’d love to try them on a cold winter day too!
Just put a few with the peanut butter with chocolate chips and a few with just nutella in the oven. When they are finished cooking I am going to sprinkle them with powdered sugar! Hope my kids will love them for breakfast!
Iam 71 . When i was a little girl our treat was peanut butter spread on a slice of bread We then put semi sweet morsels…so peanut butter and morsels was before reese’s pieces,and all these receips we have now….who knew back then in the forties !
I made these today and also a batch with peanut butter and jelly. My 2 year old is loving the peanut butter and jelly ones so far. A little bit harder to get off the pan bc they were sticking.