Chocolate Chip Cookie Stuffed Crescent Rolls

One of the recent food trends seems to be stuffing cookies or cookie dough inside of things.  I was at the store the other day quickly grabbing a few things I needed for dinner.  One of those things being crescent rolls.  As I tossed them in my cart and started to walk away, I glanced at the rolls of pre-made cookie dough in the same section.  It hit me–  “Cookie stuffed crescent rolls.”

I’m probably not the first to think of this.  I mean, the two are destined to be together.  They share the same shelf in the same section at the grocery store.  Pillsbury intended for this to happen, right? 

So I tossed in a roll of chocolate chip cookie dough too.  That night, those crescent rolls took a backseat to dinner and became a dang good little dessert afterwards.

What you get is a buttery crescent roll filled with a gooey chocolate chip cookie.  I hope you like gooey….

 
 
These are so easy, I’m sure you get the gist of what to do.  Here’s what it looks like…
 
 
 
 
Be sure to tuck the edges in before rolling and roll the crescent tightly, otherwise you’ll end up with some leakage.  Oops.

We want all that ooey-gooey cookie dough on the inside.   We didn’t have the patience to let them cool completely, so if you’re not a fan of the gooey-ness, you might want to (or you may want to cook them a little longer.)  But gooey is just how we like our cookies around here….even inside a crescent roll.

 
Chocolate Chip Cookie Stuffed Crescent Rolls
 
Ingredients
1 can (8 oz) Pillsbury Refrigerated Crescent Rolls
1 pkg (16 oz) Pillsbury Refrigerated Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (you will have plenty of leftover dough)
*powdered sugar for dusting
Instructions
Preheat oven to 375.  Lay crescent roll triangles out on a prepared baking sheet.  
Cut four 1/4″ slices of cookie dough.  Cut each slice in half.  
Place cookie dough at the wide end of the crescent triangle.  Fold the sides in over the cookie dough and roll the crescent up. Do this with each crescent roll.
Bake for 8-10 minutes.  
Dust powdered sugar over the top just before serving.
 

Comments

  1. Brenda says

    I made these with sugar cookie dough, because I have child allergic to chocolate, and instead of powder sugar add sugar crystals. Planning to do for Christmas party too.

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