Delicious Nutella Rolls!

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Introduction: Delicious Nutella Rolls!

About: After like 2 years I'm back waddup peeps

These are super easy to make and delicious. Trust me when I say this is better than eating Nutella straight off of the spoon. Well... almost.

Step 1: You Will Need

-Pillsbury Crescent Rolls

-Nutella

-Cupcake Pan

- Butter or Butter Spray

-Flour

-Powdered Sugar

Prep Time: 15ish Minutes

Cook Time: 12 to 15 minutes.

Step 2: Pop the Can and Add Flour & the Nutella!

Open your Pillsbury can and then lay it out. Do not split it up. Keep it as one roll, if it looks like it will split, squish the the lines around, Also remember to add flour to your surface, and to the roll.

Then spread the Nutella. That easy!

Step 3: Roll, Cut, and Bake

Roll your Nutella rolls into one big long row, and then cut it into small slices.

Pre-heat your oven to 350°F (176.6 °C)

Using your cupcake pan, add the butter spray, then add the rolls.

Bake at 350°F (176.6 °C) for around 12-15 minutes or until golden brown.

Step 4: Add Powered Sugar, and Enjoy!

After removing the rolls out of the cupcake pan, set them on a separate plate, and add powdered sugar; then serve and enjoy!

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    12 Comments

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    Icecreamsocks
    Icecreamsocks

    6 years ago

    Do you know how to make that dough tho,if we are not using the canned ones..?

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    LolAshley
    LolAshley

    Reply 5 years ago

    Actually, I am not sure, but here is a link to a recipe I found on Food Network: http://www.bettycrocker.com/how-to/tipslibrary/baking-tips/how-to-make-pastry-dough Sorry for the late reply by the way ^.^

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    snoozermoose
    snoozermoose

    6 years ago

    How many does this make? I'm thinking of serving it for a school brunch.

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    LolAshley
    LolAshley

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    I apologize for the late reply! This makes just as the can says, around 8 servings; but if you are using them as a school brunch I recommend cutting them in half, you don't want the children jumping off the walls! If you are going to give each student one, doubling the recipe helps; just repeat the process twice! I don't recommend doing it all at once though! You might end up with a large... blob of dough, and it'll be very hard to spread the Nutella on it. It's very simple, if you have any questions, just reply! Also, I would love to see a picture of them if you do make them! :) I hope I wasn't too late!

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    loompiggytutorials
    loompiggytutorials

    6 years ago

    Oh. My. Gosh. Ashley... Nutella is love, Nutella is life? I almost died XD

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    LolAshley
    LolAshley

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    They are! They're super easy to make, so if you do try them, make sure to hit the "I Made it!" button! =^.^=

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    loompiggytutorials
    loompiggytutorials

    6 years ago

    These things are to die for! Tried one at school and LOVED it! Great 'ible Ashley:)

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    LolAshley
    LolAshley

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks so much! Glad you liked it! xD