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The warm, buttery taste of croissants merged with sweet creamy chocolate is one of my all-time favorite taste combinations. People will think you worked in a bakery to make these delectable treats. But here’s the thing: my 2 ingredient chocolate croissants are so simple to make, it almost doesn’t need a recipe.
I made these a couple of weeks ago for our weekly Bible study group and they were a hit! I excitedly told my friends how easy they were to make, so I figured I better share the secret with you, my lovely reader.
2 ingredient chocolate crouissants also makes a great activity to do with the kids, so make sure you add it to your arsenal of super easy recipes.
Here’s a quick baker’s tip: anytime I bake or cook with cookie sheets, I ALWAYS line the pans with this. It makes clean up a breeze & keeps the food from sticking to the sheet. It’s a lifesaver! (This is going on my wish list as it would be a permanent more eco-friendly solution)
Now that I’ve shared my best baking secret, let’s get to the recipe!
- 1 package crescent rolls
- about 1/2 cup of milk chocolate chips or white chocolate chips
- For best results, line a cookie sheet with either parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.
- Preheat your oven according to the crescent roll package directions.
- Unwrap crescent rolls, separating into flat triangles.
- Place about 15 chocolate chips on top of a crescent roll triangle, leaving the bottom third of the triangle empty.
- Wrap each crescent starting with the larger end towards the point, enclosing all the chocolate chips.
- Bake rolls according to crescent roll package directions.
- Right before the rolls are done baking, melt a handful of chocolate chips in a small microwaveable bowl.
- Drizzle melted chocolate on top of croissants for an added touch of elegance!
- Chocolate croissants taste great with milk chocolate chips or white chocolate chips.
In the meantime I’d like to know – which one do you think you’d like better: milk chocolate croissants or white chocolate croissants?