Posted: 2/15/2013 4:20:32 PM
These are really good but taste more like chocolate croissants than they do a dessert. I used raspberry preserves and sprinkled them with red sugar before baking for valentines day. I would make them again but would serve them for breakfast.
Posted: 2/15/2013 10:56:13 AM
What a great desert. Big hit that was so easy. AWESOME!!!!!
Posted: 2/5/2013 4:26:02 PM
Made this last year for Valentine's Day and it was a hit. Newest try was using Marshmellow's, Chocolate and Graham Cracker crumbs for a Smore's. Drizzle both chocolates over to just like this recipe - AWESOME!
Posted: 1/25/2013 8:55:28 AM
when make the hearts shape pan put thecrescent dough in pan it will make the heart shape
Posted: 4/4/2012 3:37:10 PM
I made these, and didn't even really attempt the heart shape because I didn't feel like it. However, they were delicious. I don't know what everyone else used for their chocolate-hazelnut filling, but I used Nutella, and it was great. Also, I might would have put a bit less Nutella on the inside than the filling calls for, otherwise, they were fantastic!
Posted: 3/7/2012 12:07:10 PM
I made these for Valentine's Day, and they were delicious! Although, I have to agree with others, that the heart shaping process was a bit tough. I think using the cookie cutters would be best. I am going to try to make these a bite-size dessert by making tart-lets with the dough, using the same filling, and adding a touch of whipped cream on the top. I'll let you know how they turn out!
Posted: 2/27/2012 9:59:42 AM
We liked it, though I too altered the recipe. I used strawberry jam.
Posted: 2/25/2012 11:11:19 AM
I found these wonderful! I had trouble getting the heart shape with the first batch BUT on the second try i turned them on an angle, put the hazelnut spread on the top of the bottom "triangle" and added the 3 raspberries in a upside down triangle to mimic a heart. Then folded in the left and right corners and brought the top down. this is almost a heart shape and you just need to press in a fold for the top and close the seams. They turned out beautiful!
Posted: 2/22/2012 8:08:17 AM
I used regular crescent rolls to form the pockets, and fruit spread instead of raspberries. It turned out wonderfully. They taste good with different types of chocolate chips as well.
They made a bit of a mess in the pan because I didn't seal them well enough, but it wasn't bad. Definitely use a baking mat or something in the pan for easy cleanup.
Posted: 2/14/2012 8:15:18 PM
I made these yesterday,and they were amazing. Here is my variation. I was unable to find the crescents sheets so,I bought the bigger cresent rolls and used a 3"inch hear shaped cookie cutter and cut out the shapes. I spread the nutella on the 1st half,added a piece of strawberry then put another shape on top. I then pinched the edges shut,brushed with egg and baked. I had white morsels so, I used them and melted them with the nutella to drizzle on top.I'm so glad I gave them all away except for mine, because I probobly would have eaten them all!!