Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Day 12: Stocking Stuffer Crescents
Super easy, super cute and most importantly super delicious! I don't even like those chocolate orange thingys and we both liked this! Let's wrap it up!
Stocking Stuffer Crescents
1 Chocolate Orange
1 tube of Reduced Fat Crescent Rolls
I'm down with any ingredient that has the word "whack" in it's directions for use.
So whack it and set aside.
Pop open your crescent rolls.
Lay them out on a Silpat or lightly cooking sprayed cookie sheet.
Add 2 wedges of "orange."
Fold in the sides to keep the chocolate from oozing out.
Roll forward until the chocolate is completely covered.
If you're using the orange, a sprinkle of cinnamon is a nice touch before baking.
You'll have a few wedges left. You could grate them to top off a sundae, snazzy up a dish or just leave 'em whole and put them in
Bake for 9-11 minutes or until golden brown.
Let cool for 5 minutes then enjoy the gooey goodness! It's almost like a smaller pan au chocolate! Oui!
Now I know some of you may get other stocking stuffer candies from Santa so if that's the case, I've included nutritional information featuring some other popular candies.
Nutritional Information per crescent using 2 chocolate orange wedges: Calories 178 Total Fat 9g Sat Fat 5g Cholesterol 2g Sodium 220mg Total Carbs 23g Fiber 1g Sugars 12g Protein 3g Iron 6%
Nutritional Information per crescent using 1 chocolate orange wedge: Calories 134 Total Fat 7g Sat Fat 3g Sodium 220mg Total Carbs 18g Sugars 7g Protein 2g Iron 5%
Nutritional Information per crescent using 1 fun size Snickers: Calories 150 Total Fat 7g Sat Fat 3g Sodium 250mg Total Carbs 20g Sugars 9g Protein 3g Vitamin A 2% Calcium 2% Iron 6%
Nutritional Information per crescent using 2 miniature Reese cups: Calories 178 Total Fat 4g Sat Fat 2g Sodium 220mg Total Carbs 12 Sugars 2g Protein 2g Iron 4%
Nutritional Information per crescent using 1 fun size Milky Way: Calories 170 Total Fat 7g Sat Fat 4g Cholesterol 3g Sodium 248mg Total Carbs 24g Sugars 12g Protein 3g Calcium 1% Iron 4%
I hope you've enjoyed the 12 Days of Treats as much as I enjoyed making them for you! Grab a few for yourself and give some to others. There's no bigger thank you than a big smile or sweet note telling you how much someone you care about enjoyed a little tin o' love!
This recipe was linked up with 52 Mantels and The Shabby Creek Cottage.
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