In honor of
National Nutella Day (or World Nutella Day),
we present you with
This Week’s Cravings Nutella Recipes
Nutella Crescent Rolls
In the recent months, Nutella recipes have appeared on blogs and in food magazines everywhere. It seems to have caught on, and caught on strong. Of course, I do have to ask, who doesn’t love a good Hazelnut Spread. Doesn’t necessarily have to be Nutella, but Nutella is by far the best spread ever.
Did you know it’s National Nutella Day or World Nutella Day?
Yep, that’s right – a whole day dedicated to Nutella. And it depends on who you ask which holiday it actually is. I’m celebrating both. Does it matter?
I love Nutella. My family loves Nutella. We love Nutella Recipes a lot and we find ways to eat Nutella often. So when Tina chose Nutella Recipes for our theme forin honor of it’s the fact that it is National Nutella Day, there was a certain excitement that flowed through our house. We try to make sure we buy Nutella frequently in our house, and we look for new ways to use it in recipes. I’ve created a Nutella French Toast (which is a lot like my Pumpkin French Toast, except not), Nutella Pancakes, Nutella Brownies and a Nutella Donut that is so gooey and delicious. And then I’ve scoured my friends blogs for other Nutella recipes. I’ve found dozens. Everyone seems to love Nutella. Okay so I’m sure not everyone, but with all it’s oooey gooey chocolaty hazelnut flavor, what’s not to love?
Another thing I really love is crescent rolls. I like that you can stuff them with a variety of things and create delicious and fun things to eat. We make ham and cheese crescents, pizza crescents and lots more. I have a recipe for crescent roll dough, and we’ve made the dough a couple of times and its goooood, but for ease … I’m giving you the recipe using the kind you just buy at the store. You feel free to do what’s easier for you – making it, or buying it. Either way they are sooo good.
Nutella Recipes: Nutella Crescent Rolls
- 1 8 ct. pkg of Crescent Rolls
- Nutella Lots
- ¼ c. Powdered Sugar
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Open the crescent rolls, separate and roll them out on a flat surface. Spread them generously with Nutella.
Roll the crescent per the package directions – starting at the wide area and ending at the point.
Place them on a lightly greased baking sheet.
Bake at 375 degrees for between 10-12 minutes, checking frequently once you get to that 10 minute mark.
Remove them from the oven and sift powdered sugar across the top. Eat them warm.
What’s that you say? Nutella heaven? Why Yes… Yes it is!
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