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Who doesn't love s'mores?!  About a month ago, I had moved into a new house in San Francisco and wanted to make my housemates love me, so I came up with this twist on a classic camping dessert.  I hope it goes without saying that my housemates and I are all great friends now!
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Step 1: Ingredients and Pre-heating

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For these rolls, I used:
Hershey's Milk Chocolate bars
Mini marshmallows
Store brand, pre-made crescent roll dough

Pre-heat the oven to whatever temperature is says on your packet of crescent roll dough.

Step 2: Build the Roll

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Start by unrolling your crescent roll dough.  I have found it's easier to work with if it's cold before you start.  It will probably come in triangles already, so less work for you!  Yay!   Break your chocolate into pieces and put two pieces at the wide end of the triangle and add some mini marshmallows.  I experimented with different amounts of marshmallows but I found that if I put in more than about 6, they puff up and bubble out and stick to the pan.
To really get the graham cracker flavor, I added honey to the rest of the roll and rolled it up as you normally would.  Just make sure you pinch the ends closed so the chocolate and marshmallows don't leak out while it's on the oven!
I also sprinkled cinnamon on top before I baked them for added graham cracker taste.

Step 3: Bake and Enjoy!

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Bake your rolls for the amount of time specified on the packaging for the crescent rolls, eat them while they're warm!
vivi126 months ago
colonelb31 year ago
Looks great! I love marshmallows, so this would be perfect. I just recently broke my record for eating the most in one day with 18 haha
That is a neat idea!
amonj021 year ago
Thus looks soooooo good, my mouth is watering
Tried these! They were delicious; but I would have liked to still have some of the white marshmallow goo left after they were finished baking. Something to try next time would be to freeze the 'mallows before you put them in the crescent roll, that way it takes longer for them to melt!
Oh, good idea!
oboe1231 year ago
I can't wait to try this! They look great :)
bill81881 year ago
Very good
Akolpacke1 year ago
Finally, something I can actually bake - I'm pretty awful in the kitchen, but I'm tempted to try this one - Thanks, for the post

I am tempted to say that these might be fool proof!
Got up Sunday morning and baked these for the wife and son, they were amazed that I could actually work the oven, let alone bake anything. Turned out well, however I didn't pinch the ends enough on a couple of them so I had a little leakage.

saosport1 year ago
I tried these and they were great
im makeing them right now. i found out i suck a rolling cresant rolls
I hope they still turned out ok!
ArticAkita1 year ago
what a fun idea! can't wait to test drive this one in my kitchen! very clever & imagenitve good job!
saosport1 year ago
Making tonight Thanks
Awesome! Let us know how they turn out!
suayres1 year ago
This sounds really tasty. My major objection to s'mores was their extreme sweetness. The crescent rolls would mitigate this very nicely. You could ramp up the graham flavor by crushing some and sprinkling the crumbs on the crescent before you roll it up--you could even sprinkle some on the outside, too. My other strategy with s'mores is to use dark chocolate instead of milk....
Yes, there is room for countless variations on these!
hasib1011 year ago
colonelb31 year ago
Those look sssoooooooooooo good! Thank u for posting! Plse post more good recipes!
Wow, thanks! I have some more easy and delicious recipes in the pipeline, so keep an eye out for them!
bug42561 year ago
Wow! This looks delicious and EASY!!! I need to make these for my girlfriend and score some boyfriend points!
nadialtbr1 year ago
I'll be making it Thursday! thank you for posting.
OMG, I want this right now! I know what I need to make this week :D
Do it, do it! They are so easy and delicious!