Smore Stuffed Crescent Rolls

This Smore Stuffed Crescent Rolls Recipe with its chocolate filling and the perfect blend of sweetness in the crescent pastry is just the thing you need to satisfy your sweet craving. Smores are the classic combination of chocolate, graham crackers, and marshmallows that are typically roasted over an open fire but in this dessert recipe, the chocolate chips, and mini marshmallows are stuffed into crescent rolls and baked until they are golden brown. The crescent dough becomes warm and flakey, and the classic mores filling is perfect. The nice thing about this smores recipe is that it is a handheld dessert that is great for school lunches, picnics, and afterschool snacks. The kids will love making them as much as they enjoy eating them. This smores recipe calls for premade crescent rolls, so they are easy to make. Typically smores recipes are made with chocolates, graham crackers and marshmallows. This recipe variation uses the crescent rolls in place of the graham crackers.

Anytime you add chocolate to a recipe you know its going to be good. Chocolate is one of the most popular food ingredients in the world. The earliest history of chocolate can be traced back to the Mokaya of Mexico and Guatemala. There is a history of chocolate beverages that date all the way back to 1900 BC. Cocoa originated in the Americas, but today you will find that chocolate is produced in places like Western Africa, who produces almost two-thirds of the world's cocoa, with Ivory Coast growing almost half of that amount.Chocolate should be stored away from other foods, as it easily absorbs different aromas from other foods. Ideally, chocolates are wrapped or packed, and should be placed in proper storage with the correct humidity and temperature. Additionally, chocolate is often stored in a dark place or protected from light by wrapping paper. Chocolate should not be refrigerated or frozen without proper containment, as it will absorb enough moisture to cause a whitish discoloration, this is the result of fat or sugar crystals rising to the surface. Although when this happens, it is visually unappealing, the chocolate suffering from bloom is perfectly safe for eating. Milk chocolate contains good amounts of protein, calcium and iron, with dark chocolate containing higher amounts of iron, but less calcium and protein per serving.

The use of marshmallow can be traced back to the Ancient Egyptians. They would use marshmallow in recipes that would use the sap from the marshmallow plant and then mixing it with nuts and honey. Other pre-modern marshmallow recipes used the pith of the marshmallow plant, instead of the sap. The stem of the marshmallow plant would be peeled back to reveal a soft and spongy pith; that was then boiled in sugar syrup and dried to produce a soft, chewy treat. The gladiators of ancient Rome would also use the marshmallow plant, using the marshmallow plant's sap. The sap would be rubbed on the body in preparation for fights.

Thanks to Dina at "Buttercream Bakehouse" food blog for this Smore Stuffed Crescent Rolls recipe. Dina is the creator of the recipe site that she started in 2010. She also has a business called Buttercream Custom Cakes and Gourmet Treats where she enjoys the art of sugarcraft, baking and using fondant in the kitchen. She loves what she does and once she started taking photos of the completed orders she would make, photography also became her passion. she enjoys sharing pictures and recipes of her food to all of her readers.

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