Monday, October 28, 2013

In my Five Days of Fall series, I talked about attending a fair, carnival, harvest festival or something similar as a way to embrace Falls arrival. The State Fair just wrapped up around these parts, and I’d bet the biggest attraction for most adults is the cuisine! {Can I say cuisine? That word makes me think of fresh food meticulously prepared using only the finest ingredients that’s garnished with other fresh leafy herbs just before serving on nice plates. State fair food is greasy, fattening, and slightly unsanitary at best. I’ll just call it food!}

If you weren’t able to attend the fair but still want something sweet, chocolaty, and generally not waist line friendly, then you must try this recipe! I stumbled across this recipe from Pillsbury’s website a few weeks ago and sadly, have made it many times since. I bet it rivals the fried oreo often served at fairs and carnivals.

All you do is wrap an oreo cookie (double stuffed, of course) in an unbaked crescent roll. Fold the seams of the crescent roll to cover the cookie and then sprinkle with chocolate chips and bake.

If you try it, leave a comment and let me know what you think!

Find the entire recipe here.


  1. I haven't tried it yet....but your post certainly makes me want seems like it will be simple and sweet. :-)

  2. Yes, definitely simple and very sweet! Let me know what you think once you make them!