Chocolate Croissant is a very easy and delicious recipe! You can make a little glaze with powdered sugar and milk if desired or serve it without. We like to make these for a quick dessert or serve it with a cup of coffee for breakfast.
This is a great stockpile recipe as crescent rolls and chocolate bars are often free! It makes a fantastic dessert. I love to make these with leftover Halloween candy too! This is one is easy enough that the kids can help you prepare it too!
Be sure to give this semi-homemade chocolate croissant a try. It is a really inexpensive way to make your own version at home and fantastic way to use up leftover candy that you may have from a holiday.
- 1 Hershey Bar or 8 Hershey Bite Size Candy Bars
- 1 Package of Crescent Rolls
- Separate into triangles according to package directions. Place 1 piece of chocolate onto the dough and roll up. Bake according to instructions on package.
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Yum!! This looks so good and easy! Chocolate croissants have a bit of nostalgia for me…when I was a kid living in Europe the only thing I would eat on train rides were chocolate croissants. I don’t know why it’s never occurred to me how easy it’d be to make them. You could experiment and try different types of chocolate too. Yum-o!
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Yes, you could make them with snickers!!! OH YUM!!! Right they are 10/10 at Kroger (for the 8 fun size package) 🙂
Also try….Nutella in the middle and/or some 10x sugar(powdered) on top. I cut the crescents into half before stuffing & rolling. More for the money that way:)
this will be great to use up some halloween candy 🙂
Easy recipe that can be used with any candy bar!