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Raspberry Crescent Rolls: a delicious sweet dessert that is quick to prepare and uses pre-made crescent rolls and delicious raspberry jam.
Raspberry Crescent Rolls
I love any type of dessert that is centered around raspberries and this my friends is such a simple and delicious recipe! These raspberry crescent rolls only require a few ingredients which makes it a great recipe for parties or just because you are craving something sweet. You will only need crescent rolls, jelly/jam (we love raspberry) and if you decide to add a glaze, some milk and confectioners sugar. We even made an Apple Pie version that is a favorite during the Fall season!
Ingredients needed for Raspberry Crescent Rolls
- Crescent Rolls
- Raspberry Jelly/Jam
- Confectioners Sugar
You only need a few household staples to get this dessert ready and one is a pre-made crescent roll which makes this dessert come together so quickly!
How to make Raspberry Crescent Rolls
- First you will need to open the crescent rolls and add some of your favorite jelly.
- Roll the crescent rolls up as usual and bake as directed on the can. You can of course use a homemade crescent roll recipe but we use the pre-made crescent rolls when we are in a pinch or just want a quick dessert!
- Once the crescent rolls are baked and slightly cooled, we like to drizzle a glaze on top. We simply mix some milk with confectioners sugar until we reach our desired consistency. I think a peach jelly with some diced peaches would be another delicious option! Let me know what other flavors your family loves.
Raspberry Crescent Rolls
- 1 can Pre-made Crescent Rolls
- 1/2 cup Raspberry Jelly/Preserves
- Milk , for glaze
- Confectioners sugar , for glaze
- Remove Crescent Rolls from package and unroll.
- Spread 1-2 tsp. raspberry jelly on crescent rolls. Roll and place on baking sheet.
- Bake according to crescent roll packaging. Typically, 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes.
- In a small bowl mix together confectioners sugar and milk until desired glaze consistency is met.
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This was a super easy and simple breakfast to make! My sister and I made these this year for Mother’s Day and our mom loved them. The only thing we struggled with was the glaze. Due to the fact that there weren’t any measurements given, we had trouble coming up with the right consistency. We tried adding a greater amount of milk, then tried the opposite, but it just seemed to be too watery. But aside from that, they were delicious. And to spice things up, we decided to make our dough from scratch using Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Buttery Crescent Rolls From Scratch recipe.
Definitely recommend this Raspberry Crescent Rolls recipe, but even better if you make it from scratch!
I even fancy them up with an egg wash before baking for that shiny crisp bakery appeal. 👌🏼
Instead of raspberry I recently had it with cinnamon . Do you just add cinnamon and roll them or should they have sugar and cinnamon. They were so good.
I made these with lingonberry jam from Ikea. So good!
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I also added cream cheese under the jam for a creamy accent!
Raspberry rolls are one of my favorite things on the planet. These did not disappoint! Love how simple yet delicious they are.
Do they need to be cooled before putting on the glaze?
What an absolutely COOL idea, love it, and especially how easy it looks! I can see eating these during the holidays..:)
These are our go to’s when we are having guests over for brunch. They’re super easy to make, they look great, and they’re delicious!
We love these!! We love them breakfast..especially warm!
These are the best & easiest!! So soft & gooey!!
Nikki Zangwill says
These look great. We are attending an NFL kickoff party tomorrow. How far ahead of time can I make these? The party begins at 4:30 pm and we have commitments in the morning. I prefer to make these tonight, so I am not baking up to the last minute.,
These are seriously the best treat!! Thanks for sharing!
LOVE this idea! So simple and delicious. Definitely making soon!
Kellie Hemmerly says
So easy to make and perfect for weekend breakfast!
I need one of these right now! Not a good idea to see this, before breakfast!! They look so soft & the drizzle of glaze over them, delicious!
lauren kelly says
These are ah-mazing! I used mixed berries and they were a huge hit!
These are so easy and flavorful, my kids and myself gobbled them up right away. Can’t wait to make again, thanks for the awesome recipe.
Simple and easy I used lemon curd and a little strawberry jam for he filling and added some cream cheese to the glaze. 👍🏾
These were the star of our Father’s Day breakfast this year!! Thanks for the recipe!!
Carol Craig says
Thank so much iam going to start making alot of this you have a lot of great recipes on here iam dure my family will love them
How long do you cook these, according to the crescent pkg? gives no oven temp or how long!!!! Looks amazing
It says bake as directed on can.
This is so smart! Thanks for the idea. I’m going to try these with my leftover homemade cranberry sauce from Thanksgiving.