I bought a can of Pillsbury Crescent Rolls recently because I wanted to try a recipe I saw on Pinterest. It sounded so tasty! But it also seemed like more work than I was willing to put in first thing on a Saturday morning for breakfast for my husband and I. So, based on that recipe, here is my version:
S’mores Roll-Ups Ingredients
- 1 package Pillsbury Crescent Rolls (or whatever brand you prefer) – I used the smallest can, which made 4 roll-ups. It was perfect for us for breakfast (2 each). Feel free to use whatever size you would like, though!
- 1/4 – 1/2 cup chocolate chips (my husband prefers milk chocolate over semi-sweet, but either will work). You could also probably use mini ones if you wanted to. I bet these would also be good with mini M&Ms, but I’m not sure how well they would melt.
- 1/2 – 1 cup mini marshmallows
- Pre-heat oven to 350.
- Place parchment paper on pan to avoid sticking.
- Open can of crescent rolls.
- Lay out each roll flat on parchment paper so you have 4 triangles
- Add chocolate chips on top of each triangle. (I added a LOT because I wanted them to be extra chocolatey. Probably should add a little less than that, though, since they didn’t all melt like I’d hoped they would.)
- Roll up each triangle (starting at the smallest point going towards the bigger side).
- Bake for 5 minutes.
- Remove from oven briefly and move roll-ups together so they touch on the sides. I did 3 in a row and one perpendicular to them on the left. Any organization will be fine as long as they’re touching somewhere.
- Add mini marshmallows on top and in the valleys of the touching sides.
- Bake for 5 additional minutes (or until roll-ups start to become golden brown on top and marshmallows puff up and look golden or toasted on top).
Let cool for a couple minutes and serve warm. You could drizzle some melted chocolate on top if you want to be extra fancy. Since it was just us this morning, I opted to let the lightly toasted marshmallows be our only topping. My “roll-ups” ended up looking more like a cross between an empanada and a thick burrito, but they were delicious!
These would probably pair well with fresh fruit and a large glass of milk (or coffee) for a more well-rounded breakfast.