Pain Au Chocolat is one of my favorite things to eat. Melted chocolate in a buttery croissant is just plain sinful. I love them calories and all. I don’t make them from scratch and it’s not often that I get them from a French bakery. Here is a great substitute that you can make in less than thirty minutes. It’s not the same rich, flaky, and buttery croissant as you might find in a French bakery, but it is a close second. You will get no complaints when these pop out of the oven!
This was the first demo for my new students this year and it was hit for all 128 of them. Even the one student that I have that does not like chocolate! I can’t imagine not liking chocolate. What do you have planned for this weekend? Why don’t you put these together for your weekend breakfast? Your family will thank you.
Here are some baking tips that we discussed in class that will help inexperienced cooks be successful in the kitchen:
- Always preheat your oven when baking cookies, cakes, pies, and breads.
- Make sure that the rack is in the center of the oven. Most ovens have seven slots of rack placement so three or four slots from the bottom will work fine.
- It matters what your baking pan is made of and what color it is. It may take several times to figure out if you should turn your oven temperature up or down to get the correct results.
- If it is a dark pan always turn your oven down 25 degrees.
- Parchment paper is a good cooking tool to use. It saves clean up time, but it also is coated with silicone which will keep food from sticking.
- When setting your timer for cooking time always use the shortest time. You can always leave the food in the oven to cook longer. Your oven is probably not the same as the test oven. It could cook faster and no one is happy with burned food.
- When buying cooling racks choose those that don’t sit so close the counter. If you have more space between the cooling rack and the counter more air can get to the food. It will cool faster and you won’t have moisture to form underneath. This could make the product soggy.
Roll out the crescent roll dough without tearing it apart. Cut each triangle in half and place 6 or 7 chocolate chips in the center of the triangle.
Fold the ends over the chocolate chips forming a small ball. Place the folded side down on the cookie sheet.
Dust with powdered sugar after baking for 13- 15 minutes.
Crescent Rolls filled with Chocolate from Pillsbury
Yield 16 small servings
- 1 can Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
- 1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
- powdered sugar for dusting
- Place oven rack in the middle of the oven.
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Line baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Open can and place the entire roll of dough on the baking sheet. I did not separate them until after cutting in half.
- Cut each triangle in half.
- Place 6 or 7 chocolate chips in the middle of each small triangle.
- Fold dough over and pinch together.
- Place pinch side down about an inch or two apart.
- Bake for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown.
- Place on a cooling rack and dust while warm with powdered sugar.
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146 responses to “Crescent Rolls filled with Chocolate”
i learned that the crescent rolls filled with chocolate are quick and easy to make and they taste good.
When you were performing the demo, I learned that you need to wait for the oven to preheat before you put the crescents in. If you put them in before, the bottoms will burn before they cook thoroughly. My family buys crescent rolls all the time and we have never thought of filling them with anything! Thank you for the great idea! 🙂
These were good. I learned you can fold and stuff crescent rolls instead of just roll them and eat them like normal.
These where soo good. i love the chocolate in them. i learned how to fill and fold them.
I learned that powdering the crescent rolls make them better.
These chocolate filled crescent rolls were very easy to make! I learned that you can put almost anything inside of crescent rolls. It is a very simple and tasty idea.
Noelle 1st period- i learned that the closer the cooling rack is to the counter the longer it takes for the crescent rolls to cool off.
i loved baking these in class with Ms.Lupo!!!
one thing i learned is …
parchment paper is a very good tool to use if you dont want you dish to stick to its an
I learned to always preheat the oven before placing any breads, cakes and etc. The crescent rolls were quick and delicious!
i learned that parchment paper is a good cooking tool to use because your food wont stick and it your food cooks faster and that cooling racks that arent so close to the counter will cool faster.
I learned to place all foods in the middle of the range. The crescent rolls were very excellent.
Kaley 1st period – I learned that if you are cooking on a dark pan, you should always turn your oven down 25 degrees.
I didn’t know it mattered what color your pan is, when your figuring out what temperature to set the oven, I also didn’t know the more space between the cooling rack and the counter makes the food cool faster.
Case Munro – I learned that crescent rolls mixed with some scrumcious chocolate and powdery sugar can really bring out some intense flavor in this wonderful dish
I learned that if you place food on a cooling rack it will cool down.
I learned alot from the recipe not only how to cook it but also how to keep the kitchen clean and organized. I really learned how to clean as you go in our house we dont do that at all we just have a huge mess afterward. This would really help us as we are in the kitchen Thanks!
By watching the demo i learned that it is possible to make good food in a quick time while being sanitary and safe.
This was slightly tasty. The demo taught me how to prepare multiple differnet tasty snacks in a crescent roll. I also learned the differnce between parchment paper and wax paper.
i learned that you always have to preheat the oven at least 10 minutes before and and to put the rack in the middle of the oven. The crescent rolls were very very good (:
I learned how prepare cresent rolls, knowing that its bake for 12-15 mintutes, I really enjoyed it and i also learned that you can place chocolate ships or another flavor .
i learned that the rack you cook on has to be at a certain hight so they will cool faster when you take them out of the oven. also that it would be easier to use parchment paper so the food wont stick to the racks. and they were yummy in my tummy!
i learned that you preheat the oven before you put anything in it, so when you put something it while its heated up it would cook faster.
i learned to never put any food in the oven while preheating it.
they tasted really good, its definately a briliant dessert! i never thought about filling them with chocolate and I look forward to trying them out on my mom.
I learned that when you are making dishes you should put your dish in the center of the oven. Also the higher the cooling pan is from the counter the more air can travel underneath.
i learned If it is a dark pan always turn your oven down 25 degrees.
I learned that it’s better to use parchment paper instead of pam on your cookware. I learned that you must preheat the oven. I learned the proper amount of time to cook a cresant roll. They were very good 🙂
By watching the demo i learned that it is possible to make good food in a quick time while being sanitary and safe. I also learned that using a cooling rack help the air cool the food evenly. Also that cooling the food allows it to have a better texture.
I learned that you should never have cooling rack sitting flat on the counter, it should stand up to let air ventilate.
I learned that you can put anything in the roll but chocolate chips are great.
I learned that you always need to bake on the lowest time it says to on the directions because you do not want to overcook what you baked.
In this demo I learned that you have to use a tall cooling rack so they will cool faster. They were great!
I learned that it’s better not to use Pam while cooking because it will leave residue on your pan.
These cresent rolls are delicious. I learned how to use cresents rolls in a different way.
I learned that you can almost put anything inside of a crescent role, and it will taste good. I also learned that just because its cheap doesn’t mean its not good!
These cresents were amazingly good! I learned that a cooling rack that stands up is a better way of cooling your baked goods faster.
By watching the demo I learned that by turning on the light in the oven it can increase your temperature, and burn it. And that chocolate filled cresent rolls are easy and quick to make.
I learned from the demo that you are supposed to preheat the over 10-15 minutes and when following direction on a recipe, to use the lowest amount of time instead of the higher one becasue you can check the food so it does not burn.
I learned by watching the demo that you can cook alot of things with cresent rolls and they cook very quickly. I also learned that if you keep your oven light on, it can increase the temperature of your oven.
i really learned alot by watching you do your demo in class , it was a very neat and cool experience. i would of never thought to put chocolate chips and powdered sugar with creseant rolls your a genius ! i actually made some when i went home. i thought i could use wa paper but boy i was wrong i thougt that was what you use but i found out it wasnt , its neat how you used the type of paper you did you can heat in the oven. i will definately make more things with creasent rolls since i know how to do so many diff things well this is what i learned , bye(:
1. From this recipe, I learned that it matters what color your baking pan is and what it is made of. It will help you get the right temperature to turn your oven to.
I Learned that if you want to keep your pans nice and shiny and clean looking you don’t use pam because it turns your pans black 🙂
i loved it ii never thought you can put lil chocolate chips in there && ii learned that you suppose too preheat the oven before you actually put the food in there. an dont never use pam!
By watching this demo, I learned that it is possible to make something very delicious in a short amount of time. I also learned that you should use a higher cooling rack when cooling something hot, to make it cool faster.
I learned that Crestent Rolls are used for more than just a roll. Also i learned that you should cook at the shortest time so you dont burn the food.
i didnt know when buying a cooling rack you shouldnt get the ones that sit directly on the counter.
This was a nice and different type of desert. It gave me an idea about cooking new foods. I learned that parchment paper saves a lot of time and keeps things from getting so messy.
I learned that using a higher rack helps the cooling process.
I think that the rolls looked great and I would love to make them in class! By looking at the recipe and the blog I have learned that you should always preheat your oven when making cookies, pies and breads. This would be something I would love to make.
By watching the demo, I learned that you can make simple treats in a short amount of time. Also, using a cooling rack helps your food to cool faster.
It matters what your baking pan is made of and what color it is.
I learned alot by watching you make the cresent rolls filled with chocolate,like i did not know that parchment paper helped things not stick as much. I would have never thought of using cresent rolls and chocolate. The food was grea
From watching the demo I learned that there aer many different ways to cook things with cresents. I also learned that there are alternatives to Pam cooking spray. In the demo Mrs. Lupo taught us to set a timer on are microwave and so that saturday I cooked this wonderful recipe for my family. They loved it! Thanks Mrs. Lupo!
By watching the demo, I learned that it is betters to have a higher cooling rack so your food will cool faster and not come out soggy. I also learned not to use pam; it will leave a residue on your pan.
Kiara Evans-3rd Period
This recipe was amazing. I learned about different alternative to using Pam cooking spray and about how to time correctly. I can’t wait to make this for my family!
While watching Mrs. Lupo make these delicios delicacies, I learned that when you are baking pastries such as the crescent rolls, you should place them in the middle of the range, to ensure even baking.
While performing this demo in class i leanred that you can keep moisture from forming on the bottom by making it raise above the counter so it is not touching. causing the air to reach under and cool the food faster.
By watching Mrs. Lupo make the crescent rolls i learned that if you use the parchment paper you dont have to use pam and its easier to slide off.
These were LEGIT 🙂 I went home and made them for my family !
I learned that it is better to use a cooling rack that doesnt lay flat on the counter because it will cool faster when it is lifted up a little bit.
From watching the demo I learned that it’s easier to use the microwave to keep the time of the food you’re cooking in the oven.
From watching you cook the Crescent Rolls, I learned that having a high cooling rack for food is better to use rather then a lower one.
I learned that they were quick and easy to make and you can fill them with anything. I also learned how to keep the kitchen sanitary
i learned that it is better to cook on the middle row and to use a higher cooling rack.
By watching the demo on how to make these delicious Crescent rolls filled with chocolate, I learned that it matters what your baking pan is made of as well as what color it is, which could affect the cooking time of whatever is being cooked.
From watching the demo i’ve learned that there is much more to cooking than there looks. I learned that parchment paper is extremly handy in the kitchen, how the food will just slide right off of it.
I learnd that you can use parchment paper, and it is re-useable! I also learned that it is best to use a heating rack that is elevated so that the rolls can cool from the bottom and the top. I also learned that if the heating instructions say to cook them for 11-14 minutes, that you want to put them in there for the 11 minutes and then if they need more time, to add time as needed, just to make sure that hey do not burn.
I learned that you should wash your hands every minute or so , you should wash everything you use after you done using it ! I thought they where very good , It had a very differnet tasted before I would like to cook it sometime 🙂 !
From watching the demo, I learned about the parchment paper. It’s a great tool to use on cookie sheets; it’s coated with silicone that makes the items not stick! From learning this, I told my mom to buy parchment paper and she loves it to! It’s now simple and easy to make cookies whenever!
I learned that parchment paper save clean up and it helps what your cooking not stick to the pan
I learned that using a higher rack it helps the cooling process.
From watching the Demo and reading the Article I learned that When you set your timer for cooking, always use the shortest time. This recipe was delicious!
Courtney Vasquez 3rd period.
I learned from the demo intead of using Pam or other greasy products, using parchement paper, and it will still slide off just as easy.
I really like this idea because I really love choclate and easy makes. One thing I didn’t know was that it matters what color the pan is and what it is made out of. Next time I make cookies, I will know!
I learned that the dough in the Cresent rolls can rise and bake that fast.
These Crescent Rolls were amazing . i learned that you can put parchement paper on the pan so that the what ever you are baking it will not stick to the pan . I also learned that when you preheat your oven, your food will bake faster and easier.
I learned that it bakes on 350 degrees and they only take 12-15 minutes to bake.
Catie Mullinax 3rd Period
During the demo i learned that you dont just put knives in the dishwater you leave them out so you can wash them separately from others.
I learned that you can fill this with anything such as peaches, apples or blueberries and the powdered sugar really gives it more flavor
i learned how to use the sifter and what it is and how quickly cresent rolls bake with chocolate
I really like the chocolate chips in the crescent rolls, but could you use more things such as caramel or peanut butter? Just asking.
one thing i learned is …
parchment paper is a very good tool to use if you dont want you dish to stick to it.
l earned that parchment paper keeps the stuff from sticking.
these were very good and i liked them alot, i learned that you need to cook on parchment paper so it doesnt stick to your pan, i also learned that it is not good to use pam because it messes up your cooking sheet.
I learned that if you use a black pan it doesn’t take as long for the food to be ready. So I’m gonna start usin black pans when I make food.
I learned that Pam is not good to when baking and parchment paper is a better option.
I learned how to place the racks in the oven when you are cooking certian thing. Another thing i learned is how to wash disher properly and how to clean the kitchen properly.
I learned that you can burn food realy easy on a higher temperature according to what kind of oven you have………….;)
I learned that when you’re baking food, if you have a darker pan and set the temperature to the required setting, whatever you’re making will burn. So if you have a dark pan, set the over twenty-five degress lower that what is directed. And these were delicious. :3
i learned that pam spray leaves a stain on your cook ware, so using parchment paper keeps everything clean. its an easy clean up and easier to handle the food.
I learned that pilsbury crescent rolls can be used to make alot of different foods, and i am also going to to tell my mom to stop oiling the pans and use parchment paper.
I LEARNED THAT PARCHMENT PAPER MAKES THE FOOD EASIER TO COME OFF THAN PAM COOKING SPRAY!! AND COOKING SPRAYS WILL MAKE UR CONTAINERS LOOK TRASHY AND UGLY OVER TIME!!
I learned to turn the oven to a time limit of 12 but check at ten minutes to see if there done!
I learned that you have to preheat the oven to 350 instead of 375. I also learned that you have to wait to put the crescents in the oven until it has preheated.
I learned you had to put parchment paper on the pan before you put the cresent rolls on it.
i learend that you need to preheat the oven. that way you dont burn your food.
During your demonstration I learned that you can use parchment paper to cook on and you can reuse it multiple times to reduce the mess left after cooking. I also learned that using pam can leave a residue on pans.
i learned that you put the pan in the middle and the heat circled the crescent roll to cook evenly
I have learned to preheat the oven to 350 degrees instead of 375 so that you make sure they aren’t cooking to fast and don’t burn. I have also learned that you should use parshment paper so that when your baking it doesn’t stick to the pan and leave a mess;and to be careful when taking food out of the oven.
From this recipe I learned that if you use a dark pan while cooking/baking, one should turn the oven down 25 degrees to be safe.
While watching the demo that parchment paper is better than pam
I learned that using parchment paper is way more easier than using the spray on stuff. It slides off better, beacuse with spray you still have to mess with it sometimes to be able to get it off.
I learned that if you use parchment it saves you cleaning time and also protects your cookies from sticking. It is much better than PAM spray!
I learned that you can put any thing into a cresent roll. Your oven has to be preheated before you put them in.
I learned about the different types of cooling racks you can use after they are done and which ones were best to use.
From this recipe I learned that if you use a dark pan for baking you must lower the oven 25 degrees.
From reading the recipe I discovered that you MUST preheat the oven. I didn’t know that. I also learned you dust the crescent rolls with powdered sugar. Parchment paper is very important and i didn’t know that either. I love when recipes are so specific that your creation comes out perfect!!
I learned that you should never place knives in the sink. 3rd period
From watching you perform the demo, I learned that we should always keep a workplace clean.
I learned that if you are cooking on a dark pan, you should always turn your oven down 25 degrees.
Hey Mrs. lupo i was not here for this blog activity and i could not print it out last week cause i got in trouble. but i learned that if it is a dark pan always turn your oven down 25 degrees.
I learned from watching this demo that you can take any foods you want and put them into a cresent roll. You can make anything from breakfast foods to deserts.
I learned that when you purchase a cooling rack you should get the one that sits higher up, because the air needs to get through the bottom.
if you dont measuer it right it will not tast good!
I learned you can fold and stuff crescent rolls instead of just roll them and eat them like normal.
Now these crescent rolls were good, i didnt know that the color of your pan mattered when your baking certain things, i learned how easy and simple it was to make these.
So good! i loved how much chocolate was added to these chocolate cresent rolls they were heaven in my mouth!
this is a quick easy treat you can make
I learned that it does matter what your pan is made of and what color it is.
I learned that they don’t have to be made from scratch, making them even quicker and easier to make! Putting chocolate inside cresent rolls is a great idea and I would love to try it on my own.
They were very easy to make and had a great texture.
I learned what a new and unique idea this is and i love these, they taste amazing
Well, i must say that i leaned that we did this in class, i must not have been there that day.
I learned that putting them on a cooling rack makes them cool quicker.
I did not know you could stuff crescent rolls and make them yummy by adding chocolate.
always preheat the oven.
I learned that you need to make sure that once you put the chocolate in that you roll it up and make sure there are no holes so the chocolate doesn’t come out when you bake them.
i learned it tastes way better with powder sugar.
i learned that you can use parchment paper to cook with
I learned that the color of the pan matters and also how to fold them properly. This is a very simple and fun recipe. I tried these at home and they were delicious!
I learned to only put a few chocolate chips in each roll.
i leaned that you should fold and stuff not roll
In this lab, i learned that the shade of the pan is a true factor in how the dessert turns out. If the pan is dark the degrees on the oven must be turned down 25 degrees.
I learned that while the crescent rolls were still warm but cooling on the cooling racks that it is the best time to dust the powdered sugar on.
I learned that it is very easy to make and really good.
I personally am not a chocolate kind of guy but the outer part was very good. I liked the powdered sugar.
I learned that you have to pinch in the sides so what you put inside it will not spill out.
I learned only fill the crescent rolls with about four chocolate chips and to place the folded side down on the cookie sheet.
You have to place 6-7 chocolate chips in the center of the triangles.
I learned you have to roll the Chocolate, and make sure there are no holes. If you don’t all the Chocolate will ooze out.
I learned to always set your timer to the lowest cooking time to avoid burning- you can always cook something longer.
this was so simple tomake and very good im going to make this for a long time to come
i learned that the color of the pan matters when it comes to cooking certain foods
I learned that the crescent roll had to be rolled tight
My french teacher brought these in one morning for us to experience. They are AMAZING. Can’t wait to try making them myself