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These Oreo and Nutella stuffed crescent rolls are a little naughty, very indulgent, melt in your mouth, and super simple!

four Oreo and Nutella stuffed crescent rolls on a plate with Nutella jar and Oreos in the background

The beauty of this recipe is that even those who are not talented bakers (me) can make these thanks to the wonderful folks over at Pillsbury.

You can’t go wrong with Oreos… and Nutella always seems to be having a moment, so behold this deliciousness. These aren’t healthy at all, but who even cares?

close-up of a hand holding a Nutella and Oreo stuffed crescent roll
Melty goodness!

All you do is buy a pack of Oreos, a jar of Nutella, and a package of Pillsbury crescent rolls (the one that makes 8 small crescents). Smash up 4 Oreos (I use a pestle and mortar to do this). Prepare the dough by laying out the eight crescent triangles. Add a spoonful of Nutella to each dough triangle and sprinkle the crushed Oreos on top. Roll them up into crescents. Pop in the oven and wait 10 agonizing minutes. So good.

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Oreo and Nutella Stuffed Crescent Rolls

These Oreo and Nutella stuffed crescent rolls are a little naughty, very indulgent, melt in your mouth, and super simple!
Prep: 8 minutes
Cook: 10 minutes
Total: 18 minutes
Servings: 8 crescent rolls


  • 4 Oreo cookies
  • Nutella
  • Pillsbury crescent rolls (8 pack)


  • Pre-heat oven according to Pillsbury crescent rolls package directions.
  • Crush up the four Oreos into small pieces (I use a pestle and mortar).
  • Prepare the crescent roll dough by separating into eight triangles.
  • Spoon Nutella (I use about one teaspoon per crescent) onto dough triangles.
  • Sprinkle crushed Oreos on top of the Nutella.
  • Roll up dough triangles to form crescents.
  • Pop crescents into oven and cook for about 10 minutes or until golden.
  • Enjoy!

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  1. My goodness. These look amazing and the speed at which one could put these together and devour…yikes! 10 agonizing minutes indeed!