Saturday, February 5, 2011

Nutella Crescents

nutella crescents

It’s February 5th. Happy Nutella Day!


Our wonderful hostesses, Ms Adventures in Italy and Bleeding Espresso are at it again today! Today, they’re rounding up everybody’s entries for World Nutella Day!

Normally, I would eat Nutella on some whole wheat bread, or straight from the jar! However this time around, I decided to use up the crescent rolls I had left in the fridge to make these Nutella crescents. These came out beautifully, and is best served warm out of the oven.

Are you craving more Nutella? Click the logo above to go to the Nutella Day page for more awesome recipes. I’ve made ice cream and topped crepes with it myself.

Nutella Crescents
a Cathy original!

 printable recipe

1 package reduced fat or regular crescent rolls
8 heaping teaspoons of nutella

Unroll package or crescents and break apart into 8 triangles.

Place a heaping teaspoon of nutella at the wide end of the triangle, and spread along the length of the triangle.


Roll from the wide end to the tip and shape to a crescent as directed on the package.


Bake for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.

Makes 8 crescents


  1. Hi I am in South Africa. we do not have pillsbury crescents here can i use something like a normal pastry ready made dough which you buy in shops or not? What else can you suggest to use for the nutella crescents as an alternative. Thanks Karlien

  2. hi Karlien. I think maybe puff pastry may be a close alternative. You would need to cut it into triangles.


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