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Making something special for breakfast doesn’t have to take all morning. With just four main ingredients, these Stuffed Cream Cheese Crescent Rolls with berries with are just as easy as they are delicious.
One of our favorite family activities in spring is picking strawberries. I remember picking strawberries with my grandmother and now my girls and I are making memories of our own. We usually ending up picking way more than we need but isn’t that part of the fun? The best part is that once strawberry picking season is over, the blueberry picking begins!
Of course, we have to find something to do with all our fruit and stuffed crescent rolls with berries sounded pretty good! Berries make a great snack on their own but I love finding ways to include them in new recipes too. I’ve made everything from easy party desserts to a triple berry smoothie. This time I combined our favorite ingredients, berries and crescent rolls, to make a mouthwatering stuffed crescent rolls breakfast recipe.
Recipes using crescent rolls and cream cheese may look fancy but the beauty of it is that it’s also super easy. That’s a key factor when you’re a busy mom! With just four main ingredients, plus a little powdered sugar to top it off, you can treat the family to a delicious breakfast without spending all morning in the kitchen. In fact, these stuffed crescent rolls even make a great dessert!
Stuffed Cream Cheese Crescent Rolls
Start by unrolling the crescent sheet and separating the triangles.
Add cream cheese to the wide end. I’ve found that it’s easier to buy the rectangular cream cheese instead of the tubs because you can just slice it off the end as you go.
Top the cream cheese with one strawberry, cut in two pieces and placed side by side.
Add 4-5 blueberries.
Wrap the crescent dough around the fruit and cheese. If the sides are too wide, you can wrap those around too.
Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray and bake at 375° for 12-14 minutes.
Bake at 375 for 12-14 minutes, until the top is golden brown. Sprinkle a little powdered sugar over the top and your Cheese & Berry Stuffed Crescent Rolls are ready to serve.
Yumm…be sure you make enough because it’s impossible to eat just one!
These stuffed cream cheese crescent rolls are perfect for a brunch too! They’re easy but it still looks like you spent a lot of time making something special.
Stuffed Cream Cheese Crescent Rolls
- 1 Pillsbury Crescent Rolls 8 count package
- 4 oz cream cheese
- 8 strawberries cut 1/2 lengthwise,
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- 2 tbsp powdered sugar for garnish
- Unroll the crescent rolls and separate1 Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
- Place 1/2 oz cream cheese on the large end of each crescent roll4 oz cream cheese
- Place two 1/2 strawberries side by side on top of the cream cheese8 strawberries
- Add 4-5 blueberries1/2 cup blueberries
- Roll the crescent dough around the fruit and cheese (the sides will be open)
- Bake at 375 for 12-14 minutes
- Remove from oven and sprinkle with powdered sugar2 tbsp powdered sugar for garnish
- Serve hot and enjoy
This crescent roll breakfast with berries is pretty awesome but you don’t have to stick with just berries. Make apple and cinnamon crescents or come up with something totally your own!
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These look simple and delicious!
Thank you so much! Yes, they were delish and disappeared quickly! 🙂
Please, can these be frozen after baking? Thank you
I’ve never tried but I think they’d be best fresh out of the oven and served warm 🙂
Do you think I could make this as a sheet? Sheet of crescent dough the cream cheese and fruit with another layer of crescent sheet on top? I’m feeding a crowd and love the looks of this but trying to cut back on prep time.
I’ve never tried that but I think it would totally work! In fact, that’s such a great idea that I may just try it myself. Let me know how it turns out 🙂
Have you tried frozen berries that have been thawed?
I haven’t. I’d be worried they might be a little soggy but it’s worth a try. Let me know how it works out if you try it that way 🙂
Looks so delicious and perfect for weekend brunch! I love crescent rolls ♥
Thanks so much…I love them too! And yes, they’re perfect for a brunch 🙂
I used raspberry jam instead of fruit. My husband loved them
That’s such a great idea! I’m going to try that next time! 🙂
Ive made these a few times. My family loves them for breakfast or brunch. I have used strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and most recently peaches with some cinnamon sugar on the dough. My daughter absolutely loves them and they’re so simple I can have them ready in less than 20 minutes.
I’m so glad that you loved these as much as we do! I am definitely trying this with peaches next time…it sounds delish! Thanks so much for sharing!
This was so easy and delicious! Even my very picky eaters loved it. I used fat free cream cheese just to make it a smidge lighter and we didn’t notice the difference. Awesome!
I’m so glad everyone loved them so much! Picky eaters can be tricky so it’s always a win when they’re happy too!
Hi, if these aren’t eaten immediately can they go in fridge or need to make day of and leave out?
These are best eaten fresh but you can certainly refrigerate them for later, then reheat in the oven or microwave.
I have a question . How can the calories and fat content be what is stated ? ” 69 calories and 3 grams of fat when just the roll alone is 100 calories and 5 grams of fat per roll?? Doesn’t make sense to me. Looks yummy but that has to be off ?
Thanks so much for catching that. I use a nutrition calculator that automatically calculates this information and sometimes it can be a little off. I just went back through and recalculated it and it appears to be more accurate now. I try to catch these things but sometimes they slip by me. I appreciate you taking the time to point it out! 😊