Monday, April 5, 2010

Melt In Your Mouth Goodness!!

So, Easter is over and I know you are all on a sugar high, right?  Well, just in case you are craving some chocolate this morning, I've whipped up a so simple sweet treat.  This recipe has three ingredients and takes no time at all!  Here you go!

Ingredients:
Chocolate Chips
(I used Hershey's Special Dark... know anyone that LOVES dark chocolate??)
Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
Chocolate Bark Coating

Unroll the crescent dough on a lightly greased cookie sheet.  Drop a few ton of chocolate chips onto the large end of the dough.

Lightly press the chocolate into the dough to make it easier to roll then roll the crescents like you normally would, sans chocolate.
 

Bake according to package directions!  Remove from cookie sheet and allow to cool slightly on wire rack.  You might actually be able to skip the cooling step.  I just did so I could bake a double batch and only dirty one cookie sheet :o)

Melt one little chunk of chocolate bark as directed on the package... I used the microwave.

Drizzle your little heart out!

The clouds are parting... the angels are singing... this is heaven on earth!!!

As with any sweet treat, you must share!  I took mine to our family Easter get-together and they were a huge hit!  I'm also making them for a special fuzzy friend :o)  Oh, and I am sharing the goodness with all of the folks here!  Happy Monday :o)

37 comments:

Julie said...

Yum! This looks delicious. Thanks for Sharing!

Manhattan Mommy said...

Those look SOO good...I'm going to have to try making them!! :)

Llama said...

Looks delish!
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Dollface said...

Looksss soo good, but not on the wedding diet, ahhhh xxxooo

Shayna Mills said...

Wow, anything with croissants is good enough for me, thanks for posting these.

Kaysi said...

Yummy!!! Those looks so delicious!

DREW'S MOM said...

those look SO good! can't wait to try it out.

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Kim said...

Girl, I think one might need to repent after eating one of these. They look fabulous! ...and so easy.

Alisa said...

looks yummy!

Hannah @ The New Black said...

Tasty AND easy!?! That's RIGHT up my alley! ☺

MessyMissy said...

When I lived in Bosnia, I used to go to a bakery down the hill for a chocolate roll quite a lot like that. I, of course, am not renowned for my baking....so I've never tried to recreate it. But these....ha,ha...I can do THESE. Thanks for the morale booster!! :D

MrsJenB said...

Oh, yummy!!! Who loves dark chocolate? Um, ME!!!

Delicious!

Thanks for sharing @ The Girl Creative!

Lora said...

Those look so yummy, so easy.... a great PMS snack.

Over Yonder said...

Those look so good...and simple

The Local Cook said...

Yum! Great idea! I LOVE chocolate croissants from the bakery, these might be a good substitute.

Ashley said...

Oh wow! Those look beyond delicious. I'll have to try that out! I came over from Today's Creative Blog.

Ashley
http://cuteasafox.blogspot.com

Red Door Home said...

These look soooo good! Thanks for sharing.

Cassie Patel said...

This will be such a treat to make for my family on the weekends. Thanks!

Sandra said...

These look delicious. Can't wait to give them a try.

Heather@ My Frugal Family said...

Those look really yummy!!

Thank you for linking up to Talented Tuesday!

Meg said...

Mmmmm..........Mmmmmm...........(wiping the drool off the chin). So good.....I just bought some crescent rolls for a chicken recipe, but this looks much better!

LuckyStarHeather said...

These look pretty darn tasty! They might just end up being our dessert tonight :) I made crescents once with a filling of parmesean cheese, garlic and olive oil mixed (where you put the chocolate) and I have to say they were pretty tasty too! Maybe I'll have to make half garlic and half chocolate! LOL!

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Katie said...

Those look great!! And so easy!

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Alison said...

All I can say is "YUM!!"
Thanks for sharing this fun recipe!!

Alison
http://oopsey-daisy.blogspot.com/

Fawnda said...

Easy and yummy... my favoirte! Thanks for sharing! :)

Queen of Dreamsz said...

Oh my!! These look Yumm-ie!! A chocoholic dream. :0)

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Carolyn @ My Backyard Eden said...

Oh my, what a lot of chocolately goodness! They look yummy!

Your new blog header photo is cute too!

Thanks for linking up to Make it Yours day!

Jessica Hills said...

Those look SO delicious! Thanks so much for posting this on Favorite Things Friday!

Jerri said...

Suddenly I'm ready for a snack! These look yummy! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites!

Melissa said...

Those look SO yummy! Thanks for sharing over at Tuesday Tell All.

Rita said...

These looks yummy!!! To bad I'm hungry :(

Brandy and Fam said...

I'm new to your blog and LOVE IT! These are so simple, but they look so delicious! Thanks for sharing and I love your blog banner BTW. :)

Brandy and Fam said...

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Jamie said...

OMG! Those look delicious. I'm a new follower. Hope to see you at DIY Home Sweet Home on Monday for More The Merrier Mondays Link Party.

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Lindy@Itsy Bitsy Paper said...

These look delicious! I'm adding this to my "Must Make" list!
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