My husband’s go ahead from the doctor to go on gluten to prepare for his Celiac’s test couldn’t have come at a better time. I received my coupon to try out the new Pillsbury Chocolatey Crescents yesterday and I immediately hit the grocery store. Just the photo alone had me salivating.
How to make Pillsbury Chocolatey Crescents
- Open the can and unroll the dough Heat the chocolate sauce in between your hands by rubbing your hands back in forth (kind of like if they were cold
- Gently unroll the crescents
Fill the crescents with the warmed up chocolate sauce
Roll the crescents back up
Bake for 11-13 minutes
Top with left over chocolate sauce
Eat and enjoy.
Warning: Don’t do what I did and stuff one in your mouth as soon as it comes out of the oven – it’s hot and when you burn your mouth nothing ever tastes the same afterwards.
The Pillsbury Chocolatey Crescents are a perfect week night dessert. It takes no time to make and crushes your chocolate cravings within that first bite. I’m sure your children would love to come home to these Pillsbury Chocolatey Snacks freshly baked after school, they’re a great snack to tie them over until dinner.These Pillsbury Chocolatey Crescents taste like it come from a bakery. With little (to no) effort on your part, us moms gotta love that.
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