Today, one of my students told me that they have never tried Nutella.
Never tried Nutella??? What is this craziness?? To be fair, she just moved to Canada from China, and she claims that they don’t sell it there. But from google searching this question, it seems like they actually do sell Nutella, but I’m sure it’s not as beloved as it is here.
So for her first Nutella initiation, I will not only bring a jar to class, but I will bake her these super easy Nutella crescent rolls.
But before you go on and tell me how great a teacher I am (although I truly never get tired of hearing it ) I need to tell you just how easy these crescent rolls are to make!!
First, you start with a can of refrigerated crescent rolls. I use the pillsbury crescent rolls, but I am sure any one brand works fine. I know, not too sexy now right? But then you roll them out, slather them in Nutella, bake ’em in the oven and BAM! It goes from looking like this:
(Please ignore the first 4 crescent rolls. They were my experimental rolling phase).
To looking like THIS:
(Even my experimental crescent rolling technique is looking pretty good. Sort of..)
And if you really want to, sprinkle some icing sugar on top! But that is always optional. If you exclude the icing sugar, this is a 2 ingredient recipe which is ready in under 20 minutes. Which means that I can make it in the morning while getting ready and STILL look like the best teacher ever.
Maybe I should make another batch. Just in case I get hungry on the way.
These nutella crescent rolls are so easy to make! With only 3 ingredients and ready in under 20 minutes, this recipe is a keeper.
- 1 can refrigerated crescent rolls
- 8 Tbsp Nutella, divided
- powdered sugar
Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper of a silicon baking mat. Set aside.
Roll out the crescent rolls onto the baking sheet, separating them into 8 triangles.
Spread 1 Tablespoon of Nutella on each crescent roll, and roll to form the crescent rolls.
Place in the preheated oven for 12-14 minutes, or until tops are golden brown.
Sprinkle the crescent rolls with powdered sugar.