Easy S’mores Crescent Roll-Ups

1 s'mores roll-up on white plate with toasted marshmallows on topI 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

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat oven to 350.
  2. Place parchment paper on pan to avoid sticking.
  3. Open can of crescent rolls.
  4. Lay out each roll flat on parchment paper so you have 4 triangles
  5. 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.)
  6. Roll up each triangle (starting at the smallest point going towards the bigger side).
    4 s'mores roll-ups on pan before going into the oven
  7. Bake for 5 minutes.
  8. 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.
  9. Add mini marshmallows on top and in the valleys of the touching sides.
  10. 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).

Group of s'mores roll-ups baking in the oven

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!

4 s'mores roll-ups with toasted marshmallows on top

These would probably pair well with fresh fruit and a large glass of milk (or coffee) for a more well-rounded breakfast.


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