S’MORE croissants

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Now on to some FUN....
Want a super easy
SNACK??

NORTHERN COTTAGE smore croissants


all it takes is:

* mini marshmallows
* chocolate chips and
* a tube crescent rolls


northern cottage blog - smore croissants
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I have to admit that these ingredients are
YUMMY
{all on their own}


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but when you pop them into little bundles of
yummy flaky dough


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and bake ‘em up
and you get…
oooey gooey
goodness!
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yep – they are
REALLY
good!


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82 comments:

  1. OH NO! This sounds and looks sooo yummy!!! There goes the diet!

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  2. Sounds really yummy. Please introduce yourself when you come to our cottage. We would love to visit with you.

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  3. Oh my goodness, these sound SO good.........and so easy!!

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  4. Looks so good! I am going to have to give them a try. thanks for sharing!
    -emily
    nestnestingnested.blogspot

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  5. This sounds so delicious that I'm now going to make these. I have everything I need so I'm firing up the oven (it's a good thing it's not 90 degrees today!).

    I just came from Get Your Craft On. Please stop by when you have a chance.

    http://kidswonderart.blogspot.com

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  6. Oh, yum. They look like they were really good! I'll have to give that a try, too. Thanks for the tip.
    Midge

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  7. Oh yeah! I am totally making these! My kiddos (and hubby) would love them...if I actually let them have any. LOL! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Inspiration Friday this week!
    Vanessa

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  8. Looks delicious! I want to try these!

    P.S. I am having a giveaway on my blog. There are great organizational tools and charts for moms and kids. I hope you will enter!

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  9. Thanks so much for posting this I am just about to make them & I can't wait to see how they turn out.

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  10. We've started having dessert on Sunday night to make our family dinner that much more enjoyable. When I saw these on your blog I knew we'd be putting them into the rotation. YUMMY is all I have to say. I've never seen my children eat dinner so quickly so they could get to dessert. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. This sounds awesome!! I love all things smores :)

    Ashton
    www.somethingswanky.com
    {Sweet Treats Thursday}

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  12. Oh yum! My daughter will love this!

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  13. now that's what I'm talking about! So amazing! Thanks for the inspiration! Maria http://caribbeanmissionarywife.blogspot.com/

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  14. YUM! I will have to make these for my husband STAT!! I am visiting from Making the World Cuter and I am a new follower! I hope you have a great week and I see you around soon!!
    Michelle
    www.delicateconstruction.blogspot.com

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  15. These look fantastic! I have made similar ones using pizza sauce, moz cheese and pepperoni. I have to say though, these look even better!

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  16. These look delicious!!! I'll have to try!

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  17. Yum! I'll have to give these a try at our annual s'mores party in August!

    http://gigglesgalorenmore.blogspot.com

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  18. YUM! My kids would love these! I will have to pick up the ingredients today!!

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  19. Hopping over from Today's Creative Blog...

    Yummy! I'm totally on a Smore's kick and this is a great little alternative!

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  20. Just had to run and grab a napkin to wipe the drool of my face. This looks so delicious. I would love for you to stop by http://diyhshp.blogspot.com/ on Monday to link up your recipe and any other projects you would like to share.

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  21. Fantastic! It's those simple things that put together just make moments of brilliance. Definitely making this! TFS! (Found you through Sisters Stuff)
    Angela
    bingecrafter.blogspot.com

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  22. Um, yum! I want one right now :)

    Visiting from Someday Crafts.

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  23. perfect for year round I think I would serve these for desserts my teens would love it come see me at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

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  24. Those look delightful! Thanks so much for linking up to Made With Love! I'm featuring you today :) http://www.facebook.com/SewChatty

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  25. These look so goooooood! I'm going to try to make these gluten free for my family. YUM! I featured your S'more treats on this week's Terrific Under Ten Tuesday!
    http://athomewithk.blogspot.com/2011/07/terrific-under-ten-tuesday-24.html

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  26. I cannot wait to try these! I've made plain chocolate croissants many times before but I've never even thought about adding marshmallows! Thanks for posting! :)

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  27. Wow! These look incredible. I will defiantly try these soon!

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  28. found you over at Sweet Pea's and Bumblebees. These look so yummy! I think I will make these with my littles this week:>

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  29. I pinned these a while ago and made them this week. I had a problem with the marshmallow melting and I couldn't even taste the marshmallow part. I'm wondering if I cooked them longer at a lower temp if I would have the same problem. What did you do?

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  30. The kids and I made a batch up tonight. They loved them. I couldn't really taste the marshmallows, but they were still yummy and the kids enjoyed them. I would recommend sealing all holes in the dough or the goodies melt out onto the pan. We had a few that did that. Thanks for the super easy dessert idea!

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  31. Well, We have started having dessert on Sunday night to make our family dinner that much more enjoyable. When I saw these on your blog I knew we'd be putting them into the rotation.

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  32. Have you had any trouble with the marshmallows disappearing? I tried something similar with pastry dough this weekend and the marshmallows vanished. I wonder if marshmallow fluff would be more "durable"?

    morganmadeit.blogspot.com

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  33. These look delicious, can't wait to try!

    New follower :)

    Stephanie
    chocolatecoveredbuttons.blogspot.com

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  34. I don't think these have to be just a summer treat! Nov. is a good month for them, too!

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  35. Do you think it would work if I substituted the croissants with pie crust?

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  36. YUM! Made these tonight, but the marshmallows just oozed out. Will try sealing the edges even tighter next time! Thanks for sharing.

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  37. I have all ingred. and I was thinking when in season, adding a couple of raspberries.

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  38. Oh, I'm making these for SURE!

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  39. I just made these with my kids. YUM!!!

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  40. I made these but added some crumbled graham cracker crumbs to add some extra sweetness/crunch.

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  41. I also had problems with the marshmallows disappearjng and there was only a hint of chocolate. I was expecting more of the ooey goodness of a smore. Did I do something wrong?

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  42. Sounds great, but I am going to add a little bit of caramel sauce and nuts for more flavor.

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  43. Can't wait to try making these! :) And yes, I realize it's almost Christmas... but smores should be a year-round snack! ;) And now thanks to you they can be!

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  44. Sounds yummy. I think it would be even better with a glaze.

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  45. awesome idea! new follower here!

    ~b

    http://thehappylittletomato.blogspot.com/

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  46. Okay...so..i want to try this SO very badly.. but some comments say they could of cooked it longer or something so whoever thought they were the bomb could you tell me how long and what degrees you set the oven on!! i would gladly appreciate it :)

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  48. These will be perfect for camping. The makin's for Smores is a staple on a camping trip!

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  49. I can't wait to try these out!

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  50. What a great combination! My son loves both. I'll will make these over spring break for him. Thanks!!!

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  51. I've made these just as "chocolate croissants" without the marshmallows (ten chocolate chips apiece) and they are addictive! Will definitely try this version!

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  52. I just made these and experimented with marshmallows and marshmallow fluff. The marshmallows disappeared but the fluff was nice and gooey! Don't use too much because it will puff up as it cooks. Amazing!

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  53. I cooked mine for 10 minutes at 375 and they were perfect!

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  54. These looked so good,but they don't really turn out. The marshmellows melt into the dough, there isnt that goo goodness that I was hoping for even when I packed them full the second time around. Good idea for a snack though..just need a different way to make so that the marshmellows dont melt away. : )

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  55. Oh my! These look so good and so easy to make. They're definitely going on my to do list for the next gathering of chicks.

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  56. I haven't tried these yet, but to make them more like s'mores, why not springle some graham cracker crumbs on top of the chocolate and marshmallows before you roll them up?

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  57. I made a double batch tonight and there are only two left...I think they were a hit with my kids (and me!) yummmmmmy!! thanks for sharing this idea :)

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  58. Hey, just wanted to let you know that one of your images from this post is being used by a Pinterest spambot. I've already marked it as spam, but thought yu may want to go lodge your own report/complaint for intellectual property/copyright infringement.

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    1. It can be found at this pinboard: http://pinterest.com/herthaafi/recipes/

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  59. was just gonna mention pinterest! how annoying! making now, thanks!

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  60. I made this but after hearing the comments over the marshmallow I decided to subsatuite with cream cheese. Just a dollop ! It was yum yum insane.

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  61. Hey what should the oven preset be at and how long should I put them in for? This looks so good!(:

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  62. OK...seriously...these look AMAZING!!! I can't wait to try them...I think I'll have to make up a test batch just for myself before I share them with anyone else...;)
    Thank you so so much for sharing them at our Summer Blog Party!!! Woo hoo!!!

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  63. Wow! Those sound delicious!! Can't wait to try them with the kiddos!. Pinned!

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  64. I wonder if you can do Apple Pie Croissants. Using apple pie filling, nutmeg, cinnamon and sugar.

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  65. Funnily enough, I'm making apple pie crescents as we speak :) I added caramel too though

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  66. This looks very yummy can't wait to make

    Mommyangels0811.blogspot.com

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  67. Especially good if you put some peanut butter in, too...

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  68. Uh, I want to see a picture how it looks inside!!!

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  69. I adore baking with my children and this recipe is so easy! We think baking together builds a bond and we totally had fun with this. We did some playing around and topped them with a cinnamon/sugar mixture! Amazing! Thanks so much for sharing (saw it on Pinterest)!

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  70. This is a great idea for families. Wonderful!

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  71. I have a 10 year old grand daughter who loves s'mores and croissants so this will be a nice surprise for her...she is just starting on her cooking adventures and she loves making croissant rolls so I am sure she will enjoy making these and sharing them with her friends. Margaret

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  72. These are a great little treat to make with your kids!! My 4 yr old had a blast preparing them, and she's watching the timer until we can eat them!!

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  73. I adore smores because they remind me so much of the camping trips that I enjoy so much. Thanks for teaching me the recipe. They look good in their own right! Time for some campfire!

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