Sunday, February 6, 2011

Nutella-Raspberry Crescents


We have made yet another stuffed crescent treat.  If you missed the others, we tried stuffing them with apples and cheese as well as ham and cheese in the past.  This time we went for a sweeter version.  These are my favorites and I was upset I only had one can of crescents in the fridge (today I plan running out to buy a couple more cans.)  This is super easy  - you have to try them!  Enjoy!

All you need is:
A can of Crescents
Raspberry Jelly
Nutella

All you do is:
Preheat the oven according to package directions. Unroll your dough and fill with a small scoop of jelly and a small scoop of Nutella.
(or have your little chef do it instead)
Then just roll.  We found that if you fold the end of the dough over the filling and seal the sides before rolling the whole crescent it forms a nice pocket and keeps the jelly from oozing out (we discovered this halfway through unfortunately.)
Place on a baking sheet and cook for about 12-14 minutes. I dare you to eat just one - they are Awesome.

36 comments:

  1. Your daughter is so adorable and alil' chef already.
    These look so good....I have all the ingredients, so I'll whip some up tomorow for my gang. Love your blog that I'm a follower, thanks for sharing. ;-)

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  2. Love that you cook with your children! Audrey is learning to cook now and she (mostly) loves it.
    www.inthekitchenwithaudrey.com
    Stop by and let us know what you think. We would love to do a cook along.

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  3. I <3 making stuffed crescents they make a great afternoon snack for my children!! Last week we made Stuffed Pizza Crescents they were awesome!! New GFC Follower from Follow Us Monday Morning~Shari

    http://www.1grown2togo.blogspot.com

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  4. My daughter is Nutella's #1 fan and having a birthday tomorrow, I think we might have to have these as a breakfast treat. thanks! domesticdeadline.blogspot.com

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  5. very nice. I have a Monday link up over at www.creative2xmom.blogspot.com. You should stop by.

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  7. YUM! Can't wait to try!

    Caroline @spaghettichic.blogspot.com

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  8. sounds super yummy and perfect for snacking. BTW love the new layout/design

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  9. I made my own version for my daughter's birthday breakfast this morning. Blogged about it and gave you a shout out today! domesticdeadline.blogspot.com stop by and see mine!

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  10. I blogged nutella crescents previously...but you had the sheer genius to add raspberry!?! OMG I have to try this now!

    I am stopping by from tasty Tuesday, come take a look at my recipe if ya can :)

    http://xsurvivingmotherhoodx.blogspot.com/2011/02/oreo-cookie-bark.html

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  11. LOVE this idea! Hand over the NUTELLA and nobody gets hurt!
    hahahahaha!!!
    :o)

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  12. Just found the coffee meet treat

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  13. You had me at Nutella! These sound fabulous. Can't wait to try! Stopping by from Girl Creative.
    Jen
    Scissors & SPatulas

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  14. Yum!! My girls will LOVE this : )
    Guess what we'll be making after school tomorrow !!!

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  15. Those look really yummy. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and linking up to the party. Don't forget to grab my party button and add it to your post or sidebar. Thanks so much.

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  16. I used to do these for my kids, I used nutella and peanut butter....they loved them.

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    The Treasurista
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  18. What a great combination! Delicious!

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    Thanks!
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  20. What a great recipe and a fun project to do with your daughter--I love nutella and am always looking for new ways to eat it (although just spreading it on toast is a pretty good way if I do say so myself) :)

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  21. The minute, I saw this I knew my husband would LOVE this!!! We were just at Disney World's Epcot Center, and we went to the French Pastry shop, and my husband got a chocolate Benet(SP), and instead of just chocolate it was filled with chocolate hazelnut like NUTELLA! It was heaven on earth!

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  22. I doubt I can eat just one. LOL! That just looks delicious. Nutella is just so good plus the crescent. Oh my! :) Yummy!

    Adin B

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  23. oh yes, this sounds AMAZING! I love nutella! thanks for linking up at crazydomestic!

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  24. yum! my kids will surely love this...oh, your li'l chef is lovely and she's having fun doing it! happy weekend!

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  25. These look SO good! I am so hungry thinking about the ham and cheese ones also--it is lunch time and I'm seriously considering driving to the store to buy the ingredients. Thank you for sharing--I loved it so much I shared your post on my Friday Favorites!

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  26. Looks like your helper is having so much fun!!!

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  27. OHHHH my gosh! I am going to make these tomorrow. I'm so hungry now!!

    Cute blog!

    Ali
    www.foundintheali.blogspot.com

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  28. I love these.. you had me at Nutella! Also I featured them on my blog.. hope you grab a featured button @ http://pinkapotamus.blogspot.com/2011/02/since-i-am-totally-sucking-as-crafty.html

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  29. Ooo, you really caught my attention with this one, what a beautiful and delicious idea! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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  30. These look and sound delicious! Thanks for linking… I’ve created a separate page for this particular linky party, Star Recipes for greater visibility for these most popular recipes! Feel free to link up again at future weekly Make a Food-"e"-Friend Monday parties. :) Love your blog.

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  31. Looks so yummy! I will be adding this to my list of fun things to do over spring break!

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  32. these look delicious will have to try them.

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  33. This is an amazing idea. I would have never thought to stuff a crescent roll with a sweet filling. My kids would love this. Thanks for the recipe idea.

    Nanci
    http://everydaysisters.blogspot.com/

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  34. These look wonderful. I might have to try them. Stopping by from Mangoes & Chutney and like what you've got going here. All the best!

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  35. Fantastic idea! Nutella and raspberry sound wonderful together.

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