As sweet and simple as it gets.
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Most of my history with crescent rolls has been just rolling and baking just like the directions on the cardboard tube tell you, but the truth is there’s so much more you can do with those delicious triangles of dough. . You can use them as a kitchen shortcut in casseroles and stews where something bland is needed, or you can wrap them with something savory like ham and cheese for something a little more meaty, or, perhaps best of all, you can spruce them up with a little sweetness, like these dark and very chocolaty Mezzalune di Cioccolato. You only need three ingredients and a few minutes of your time for these babies – they couldn’t be easier or more effective at crushing chocolate cravings.
This is another one of those “recipes” so basic that it seems a bit disingenuous to even call it a recipe, so let’s just say I’m presenting you with a very simple and very tasty cooking hack.
The first thing you need is a crescent-shaped tube of dough that you will unroll and separate into triangles.
The second is chocolate chips. Or a bar of chopped chocolate. As long as it melts it will work and mini chocolate chips have a bit of a melting advantage here so a mix is good. Sprinkle them over the dough…
…And then roll them up…
And cook. Here you are! The third ingredient? Well that’s just a little sprinkle of powdered sugar as a finishing touch. So easy!
3 ingredient chocolate crescent
Preparation time 10m
Cooking time 15m
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- 1 tube refrigerated crescent dough
- 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips or chopped chocolate
- powdered sugar, just right
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- Unroll and separate the dough into triangles. Place the chocolate on the wide end of each triangle and roll out the dough, starting with the widest end.
- Arrange on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Cook until golden brown, 15-20 minutes. Dust with powdered sugar before serving. To a good time!
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