these were great! i needed something sweet to eat but didn't have a whole lot on hand. i always have these three things on hand, so i'll definitely be making these oh-so-easy treats again! i did find that the baking time had to be increased a little compared to the baking time of plain crescents. and i tried the raspberry as recommended by other reviewers, but found that i liked them best with just chocolate! thanks for posting!
These were sinfully delicious. I used a raspberry jam and mini-chocolate-chip combination that was to die for. I think some dried/fresh fruit or maybe some Dulce De Leche (caramel sauce) would be nice inside these as well (as an addition to the chocolate).
I used chocolate chips on mine and they were soooo good!
I found this recipe, a couple of years ago, in a women's magazine. The difference is, it called for using 1 tbsp. choc. chips, so I use semi-sweet (I love dark choc!) These are so good, cheap, and easy, you won't believe it! Thanks for sharing!
This was great and easy! I added a bit of smashed raspberry and it was the fix I was looking for. Thanks for sharing!
Delicious and easy!! I had a bunch of crescent rolls in my fridge and I hoped on zaar and this is the one I found!! I used a hershey's chocolate bar and broke it into pieces to use instead of choc. chips - wonderful!! My 3 yr old enjoyed helping me!!
Now, these are a nummy little treat! My 2 kids LOVED them and would have eaten the whole pan if I had let them! Couldn't be any easier and tasty!
This could not be easier. I may try to use some chopped nuts next time.
This was really yummy and versitile. You could use it for breakfast, snack, or dessert. I used chocolate chips and put a simple icing over the top. Thanks for an easy and great tasting recipe
This recipe is very good however it is just like several already on this site; one being by lorac Chocolate Bundles chocolate bundles.