Oh my, its bean a couple of difficult weeks for me, and let me tell you bean sick and having my kids sick has complicated everything.
I don’t want to give u a lot of horrible news, no, no, no, I just telling you this because, this recipe was an idea so simple the I couldn’t believe.
This is for #TheleftoversClub and you know the each month we share recipes the we actually email to each other, so fun and delicious way to make friends right? And this croissants are indeed the perfect sweet and salty snack you ever have, I sure my friend is going to love them and she would be so happy to see how easy they are.
A little history of the recipe, my family love, love, love croissants and from time to time I made them from scratch but let me tell when I’m sick is so difficult to do that, the I actually keep some Pillsbury crescent and biscuits just in case, and in my house you can always find dulce de leche and nuts, so what a perfect combination.
So I hope you find this recipe delicious, easy and incredibly irresistible.
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- 2 tubes of Pillsbury® Crescent Rolls
- 1/3 cup dulce de leche
- 3/4 cup mince mix nuts
- 1 beating egg
- Preheat the oven to 350°F.
- Unwrap the crescent and separate in individual pieces, place 1/2 teaspoon in the middle and some nuts and roll to form the crescent, brush the egg on top of each one and sprinkle more nuts, it will look beautiful.
- Place on a baking sheet and bake for 12 minutes.
This are delicious and the perfect snack for the kiddos.
Yields 16 crescents.
|Preparation time:||10 minutes|
|Cooking time:||12 minutes|
|Level of the recipe:||Easy|
I didn’t think croissants could be any more delicious than they are…but this dulce de leche twist is genius!
YUM! Love croissants!
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Wow these sound delicious!!!
Yum! What a great, quick recipe!
Yum! Homemade croissants…so delicious!
what an unusual combination! Sounds like worth trying – I do love almond croissants!
Love how easy these are, and anything with dulce de leche has me hooked!