Crescent Puff S'mores

"I got this in one of my latest cooking magazines. I haven't tried it yet, but plan to soon. It sounds delicious."
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Ready In:
16 snacks




  • Heat oven to 375*F.
  • Spray 16 regular size muffin cups with cooking spray. Seperate dough into 16 triangles.
  • For each snack, place 1 marchmallow on shortest side of triangle. Top with 2 squares of chocolate candy. Starting with shortest side of triangle, fold corners of dough over marchmallow and chocolate, then roll to opposite point, completely coveringmarshmallow and chocolate; pinch dough to seal well.
  • Dip snacks in or brush with melted butter; roll in cracker crumbs to coat. Place in muffin cups.
  • Place pans on sheet of foil or cookie sheet to catch any spills; bake 15 to 20 or until golden brown. Immediately remove from muffin cups; serve warm.

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  1. Oh my goodness, these are amazing! What a fantastic little recipe! I wanted to eat them all haha!! S'mores are my favourite thing ever anyway, so I couldn't wait to try them in this guise! Fantastic, will definitely be bookmarking this recipe!
  2. What a fun idea! I sealed the dough to form a ball, but they would also be great with the top left open in the cupcake tin.
  3. Most delicious! Amazing. Really.
  4. This sounded really fun, and was, but I found myself thinking “This would be perfect without the crescent roll. Wait! That’s a s'more!” Next time I might try assembling some regular s’mores and throwing them in the oven on a cookie sheet. We added marshmallows on top, which gave it the great toasted marshmallow taste I love about s’mores. Thanks for the recipe, we had fun trying something new anyway.
    • Review photo by Katie B.
  5. Where do you find a muffin pan with 16 cups?


  1. I think you, (chef of this recipe,) spelled marshmallow wrong. You spelled it like, marchmallow. thank you for your time.



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