by Jen L.
I recently pinned this gem of an idea onto my Baked Goods Pinterest board. I knew I'd need to make a couple of changes to it to suit my family, but OH MY WORD, these are delicious and super easy.
First, you get yourself a can of Pillsbury crescent rolls. May I suggest the smallest can available, which produces four rolls? Because you'll want to eat all you make. Then, pull down that jar of Nutella from your cabinet. (That's it! 2 ingredients!)
Pop open the crescent rolls and unroll the dough, separating them along the perforations. Use a spoon to place a dollop of Nutella right in the middle of the roll. Roll it up as you normally would, but seal the ends so the Nutella doesn't ooze out. Bake at 375 for 10-12 minutes, until the tops of the rolls start to brown. Let them cool for at least 3 minutes before serving. When you finally bite into one, you'll get a sweet explosion of chocolate-hazelnutty goodness. These are great if you don't know how to make crepes (or don't have time). Serve with fresh fruit.
Editor note: for a savory recipe, also using crescent rolls, you can try Nora's post from earlier today.