Sometimes I think I should have called my blog “Semi-Homemade Vegan” because I’m not a from-scratch cook on a day-to-day basis. I like to challenge myself and try tougher recipes from time to time, but in general I like to make it easy on myself. My cooking style often reminds me of that of Sandra Lee with the Semi-Homemade cooking show on the Food Network. However, she can take it to the extreme. I once saw her take a perfectly good store-bought pumpkin pie and scoop out the pumpkin filling for use in another recipe. Talk about wasteful and expensive! Especially when canned pumpkin pie filling can be found at every grocery store in the Fall.
Anyway, this is a very simple and impressive recipe that’s good for morning pastries, snacks, or dessert. It’s not particularly healthy, but can be thrown together in minutes.
Simply unroll the dough, top the short side of each dough triangle with a handful of chocolate chips, then roll the short side over the chocolate chips toward the point. Follow the regular Pillsbury Crescents instructions.
When done, eat the crap out of these warm, gooey treats!