Chocolate Filled Crescent Rolls
Crescent Rolls filled with chocolate and baked in the oven. Nobody will believe you made these from a can because they taste like they came from a bakery! I have thought about trying this for months and they turned out even better than I expected.
Open the can and unroll each crescent roll.
Place them onto an ungreased cookie sheet.
Sprinkle with mini chocolate chips.
Roll up the dough starting at the widest end and ending
at the point. Place the point side down on the pan and
form the dough into a crescent shape.
Bake at 375 degrees for 9 – 12 minutes then serve warm.
Chocolate Filled Crescent Rolls
- 2 – 8 oz. cans crescent rolls
- 1 -12 oz. bag (approximately) mini chocolate chips (either milk chocolate or semi sweet)
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Open the crescent roll can. Carefully unroll each triangle and place them onto an ungreased baking sheet.
- Sprinkle mini chocolate chips on the top of each triangle.
- Roll up each triangle starting at the wide end and ending with the point. place the point facing down under the dough. Shape the roll into a crescent shape.
- Bake for 9 – 12 minutes or until a golden brown.
- Serve warm.
Looking delicious! Have them with a cup of tea…yum yum!
Oh yes because they are more like a dessert. Thanks Mel!
Wow what a great idea!
Thanks they tasted really good.
These look amazing!
I fill mine with cheese and jam or chutney. Never thought of chocolate. What a great idea!
I like your jam idea!!! Thank you!
Wow, simple idea, but sheer genius. >YUM!<
Thank you! I was SO excited that it worked.
Oh my goodness! Yum!
They would be great with coffee too! Thank you Carly!
What a great idea! I never thought of using chocolate. I’ll be trying these soon.
You will love them, we sure did. Thanks Michelle!
How adorable are these. Wish I could taste them
Awe thank you!
Be still my heart! Yum!
Hahaha they tasted like a pastry dessert instead of a crescent roll. Thank you Janet!
Mmm! I can almost taste these bits of heaven…
Thank you, I used semi sweet chocolate chips and I thought they were perfect but my sweet tooth hubby wants milk chocolate with the next batch…lol
I love all the things you can make with crescent rolls. This sounds like a winner to this chocoholic.
I really didn’t think they would rise but they turned out perfect. Thanks!
so clever!! yummy!!
You’re always so full of good ideas! FYI, I made the Butterballs (very much like my Mother’s Half Moons), and they were perfect. Wishing you and your family a HEALTHY and happy 2021, Diane!
Awe you are so sweet Angela, thank you and I’m glad you liked the Butterballs! Happy New Year!
Great idea ! Enjoy and Happy new year Diane.
Thank you and Happy New Year Nisha!
Wow! What a brilliant idea. Never thought of it. My husband loves chocolate!
It completely changed the crescent rolls to more of a dessert, so good! Thanks Jess!
You’re welcome! 🙂
I love how simple this is to make. And I like the jam suggestion from one of the comments too. Happy new year!
I thought the jam was clever too, so many possibilities. Thanks!
I think I’ll have to give these a try in the new year!! Yum!
You won’t be sorry Shelly. 😋
Happy (and better) New Year,
Thank you Karin they tasted amazing. Stay healthy and have a Happy New Year as well!
Happy new year and thanks for this recipe
You’re welcome and Happy New Year Kevin!
I think that everything tastes better in a Pillsbury Crescent Roll … but you could not go wrong with chocolate, that’s for sure.
I was surprised how different the crescent rolls tasted with chocolate added…in a good way!
I am catching up on your awesome blog and I am strangely so very hungry now…I wonder why…
Hahaha Thank you!
These look really good. They remind me of a recipe I found where you put Nutella and a strawberry inside crescent rolls – yum!
It is such a quick and easy sweet dessert. My grandkids, husband and myself LOVED them! Thank you very much. ❤️
I just happen to have some crescent rolls in my fridge that need to be used before they hit that date on the bottom. Of course being a chocoholic, I wonder why I never thought of this before.
I seriously don’t know why I did. But they sure were good…lol Those canned crescent rolls are so darn good!
My family loves crescent rolls, I love chocolate so it is a perfect match. I will make them for the kids tonight.