Easy chocolate croissant

Want a super-easy breakfast or dessert that is a little sweet, a little savory? Me too! So I came up with easy filled croissants one weeknight. They take a few ingredients and about 5 minutes of hands-on time (20 minutes total).

Gather a baking sheet, refrigerated croissants, powdered sugars and fillings. I used almond butter, chocolate hazelnut butter and a cream cheese and powdered sugar filling. You could use (white) chocolate chips or candy bars, peanut butter, Nutella, caramel, jelly or whatever sounds good.

Roll the dough on the cookie sheet. Put the filling in center of the wide part of the dough. Roll the dough up, starting at the wide end.

Cook as directed on the package. When done, take the cookie sheet out of the oven and top the croissants with powdered sugar.

Eat! If you are like me and have a combination of fillings and forget where you put what on the sheet, it will be a surprise filling when you bite into it. But trust me, every bite was amazing. And if you don’t eat them all the first time (It was hard to stop!), just pop the croissants back in the oven for a few minutes to warm up and crisp on the outside.

Do you have a trusty, quick dessert? If you make this, I would love to know what fillings you use!

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