This is one of our most popular posts from Amanda at This Mom’s Happy Life. This recipe for Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Crescents is one that toddlers, preschoolers or older kids can help you create. Added bonus - they are ready in just 15 minutes!
Why this recipe is awesome
My favorite thing about this recipe is how easy it is to make. It is literally so easy that you can have small children help you make it. My second favorite thing about this recipe, is the fact that it only uses four ingredients. And I'm willing to bet you already have a lot of these ingredients at home already. This is a great way to get kids started cooking in the kitchen or to give older kids a little more independence in making their own snack. Desserts with crescent rolls couldn't be easier.
My daughter loves to help me cook in the kitchen. She started helping me with cooking when she turned 2 and now, she is very good at stirring, adding ingredients and even cracking eggs. Today’s recipe for peanut butter chocolate chips crescents is super easy, and even very young children should be able to help with this.
How do you make peanut butter and chocolate chip crescents
Begin by unrolling crescent rolls and spreading peanut butter over each. Older kids can use a butter knife to do this. For younger kids, I would offer the backside of a spoon to spread the peanut butter.
Now comes the part my kids love - adding the chocolate chips! Of course I think they love this step so much because they also eat some chocolate chips along the way.
Now it's time to roll up the crescent You want to have kids be sure to do this slowly to try to keep as many chocolate chips inside the crescent roll as possible. Starting with the fat end of the crescent, and roll up each triangle.
Place on a greased cookie sheet and bake at 375 degrees for 11-13 minutes. This is the perfect recipe to make in the toaster oven. Click to buy the toaster oven I use.
Another thing that makes this recipe so popular with kids is the fact that it is ready in under 15 Minutes. Now if you have kids, you know they are not known for their patience. This crescent roll recipe will be ready before they know it.
When they come out of the oven, drizzle them with chocolate syrup and enjoy after giving them a few minutes to cool.
Who wouldn't love these chocolate filled crescents?
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Crescents
- Unroll crescent rolls and spread 1 tablespoon of peanut butter over each triangle.
- Sprinkle chocolate chips over top of peanut butter on each crescent roll.
- Starting with the fat end of the crescent, roll up each triangle.
- Place on a baking sheet and bake at 375 degrees for 11-13 minutes.
- Top with chocolate syrup and enjoy!
- For easy clean up, line pan with parchment paper.
- Make sure to seal the crescent edges carefully so the filling doesn't come out when cooking.
This nutritional information is approximate and was calculated using online calculators. Your nutritional information may vary depending on numerous factors.
Frequently asked questions
Crescent rolls are the easiest way to make these, but if you don't have any on hand and are dying to make these, this Crescent Rolls Recipe from Alyona's Cooking is good.
Make sure to seal these well after you roll them. Sometimes, even despite your best attempts, there will be some filling that leaks out. Lining your pan with parchment paper can be helpful.
Yes, you can! Cook them in an air fryer that has been preheated to 300 degrees for 8-10 minutes.
Since they were very young, my kids and I have been cooking together. Kids may learn so much by assisting in the kitchen. Why do I adore Raddish? It is a kids' subscription package that teaches cooking techniques and much more is available.