Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Croissant Surprises

Here is a very kid-friendly treat. These croissant rolled candy bars are fun, easy and quick to make. The kids loved rolling their own candy bars, clean-up is easy and the treats are really good.

Croissant rolled Milky Way Simply Caramel

Croissant Surprises

Tube of Pillsbury croissants
Assorted Mini Candy Bars

Preheat oven as suggested on instructions. Line cookie sheet with parchment paper or baking mat.

Peel/unroll croissant and place one candy bar on the wider side of the croissant and begin rolling it.

Tuck up or squeeze together any openings.

Bake croissants per the instructions on the tube or until they begin to brown.

We used colored toothpicks to keep track of what candy bar was inside
Warm, gooey goodness!


  1. Yummyliscious! The only mini bars we have from your selection are Snickers! Milky Ways not available in caramel.
    Actually, I think I am a bit of a purist for croissants - cooked then split for lashings of butter! Or very fresh from bakery, split, zapped in microwave for heat then the butter and/or good cheese.

  2. You can't really go wrong with warm croissants. So delish!

  3. We used to make these with my Pop-pop (maternal grandfather) a very long time ago. We used Milky Way and Three Musketeers bars and sprinkled red and green sugar on top to keep track of which was which. We affectionatley call them "Pop-pop Treats" in our family. Wow, this brings back some wonderful memories of my childhood!

    1. I love to hear we brought back some wonderful memories for you!


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