These were so simple to make and cute as a button. These new chocolatey crescents would make a perfect afternoon snack or brunch addition, and the kids can pretty much make them all by themselves with a little grown-up supervision. Truth be told, I'm a bit of a pastry snob and missed the butter and thought the chocolate was a bit too sweet... but I also have eaten my share of Pain au Chocolat from a local French bakery, so I'm a bit biased. That being said, I got the idea from a fellow blogger to add in some other ingredients, such as berries or nuts... and my mouth has been watering thinking about making my next pan with a raspberry or two rolled up inside each chocolatey bundle.
I love to share, so I was thrilled that I also received free product coupons for the Pillsbury Chocolatey Crescents to give to my family and friends, so they could try them as well. I've set one aside because my readers fit into that group. Just leave a comment (making sure to include a way to reach you) and I will draw a name on Friday (September 28th, 2012) morning and will mail it out that day. The coupon is only good in Canada, so the winner will need a Canadian address to win.
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