Glazed Triple Berry Rolls

These Glazed Triple Berry Rolls and Valentine’s party ideas were inspired and sponsored by Pillsbury.

Glazed Triple Berry Rolls - berry preserves turns these crescent rolls into a fancy breakfast treat

 Something that I have been wanting to do again with my kids is a tea party.  But since they really don’t like tea, we have to call it a hot chocolate party.

With all the snow that we have been having lately, hot chocolate is a staple around here.  The kids go out in the snow and play…I stay inside and make sure the mugs and marshmallows are ready for when they need to get warmed up.  

Glazed Triple Berry Rolls - berry preserves turns these crescent rolls into a fancy breakfast treat

Last weekend we decided our hot chocolate needed more fun.

More fun like a breakfast party with lots of red and pink accents.  I went to the Dollar Store and picked up some Valentine’s plates and napkins and a red heart garland that I could cut apart for decorations, but the rest of the party decor came from looking around my house.  It amazes me how much I tend to accumulate over the years.  It does make it much easier to decorate for a party without spending a lot on extras.

I moved our hot chocolate basket from the kitchen into the dining room and added a few fun accents to the table.

Valentine's Party 1-3

Of course the highlight of any breakfast party is the food.

My kids were so impressed with these Sweetheart Cinnamon Rolls.   They couldn’t believe they were heart shaped.  And of course, sprinkles are always welcome here.

Sweetheart Cinnamon Rolls

After munching on cinnamon rolls, glazed triple berry rolls, and monkey bread with our hot chocolate, we started creating some fun Valentine’s Sugar Cookie Pops.

I found the cute mustache candies at Target and the jelly candy lips at Meijer.  I knew my kids would have a blast using these and all the sprinkles and candy eyes in my cupboard to create some fun cookies.

Valentine's Party 4-2

The boys each made one and then decided that eating cookies was more fun than decorating cookies.  So, my daughter and I had a good time together using the different candies to create fun faces.

She definitely has a creative side in her.  I love how she used the extra mustaches as hair and the jelly hearts as eyebrows.  And of course putting on sprinkle hair finishes off the look!

Valentine's Sugar Cookie Pops

In between decorating cookies, we munched on these Glazed Triple Berry Rolls.  These little rolls are full of jelly and couldn’t be easier to put together.   You are only 3 ingredients away from having them in your home too.

These rolls are also an easy treat for your kids to help you with before the party.  Unroll the crescent dough into 4 rectangles press the seams together.  Fill each rectangle with your choice of jelly.  I used some triple berry preserves that I had.  Roll each rectangle up and cut into 4 mini rolls.  Baking these rolls in mini muffin tins helps them keep their shape.  The drizzle of glaze on top is the finishing touch to make them even prettier.

We had so much fun at our little family party, that I can’t wait to plan another one.  It definitely makes these long winter days more fun.

Glazed Triple Berry Rolls - berry preserves turns these crescent rolls into a fancy breakfast treat

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Glazed Triple Berry Rolls

Yield: 16 mini rolls

Glazed Triple Berry Rolls

These jelly rolls start with crescent dough for a quick and easy breakfast choice.

Ingredients

1 can refrigerated crescent rolls (Pillsbury 8 count)
1/4 cup Triple Berry Preserves
1/2 cup powdered sugar
2 teaspoons milk

Instructions

  1. Separate the dough into 4 rectangles. Press the seams together. Spread 1 Tablespoon preserves on each rectangle. Roll each one up gently and cut into 4 mini rolls.
  2. Place the mini rolls into a greased mini muffin tin cut side down. Bake at 375 degrees for 12 minutes. Cool 2-3 minutes in the pan, then gently remove to a platter to cool.
  3. Stir together the powdered sugar and milk. Drizzle over the tops of the rolls. Serve warm. Makes 16 mini rolls.

Notes

You could also sprinkle mini chocolate chips on the preserves before rolling up if you wanted to give it some chocolate flavor.

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Other fun ways to use crescent rolls in your breakfast baking:

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Strawberry Nutella Braid

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*Inside BruCrew Life was compensated by Pillsbury to create this fun Valentine’s party using Pillsbury products.  All opinions are 100% my own.

Comments

  1. Erin Marie says

    Hi! These look awesome and so easy to make. My only dilemma is that I dont have a mini cupcake pan. Is there any other way to make this without having to buy the pan?
    Thanks and keep posting delicous stuff. My mouth waters every time i visit!!!

    • says

      Thank you so much Erin. I am so happy you like the fun recipes I share. You can make these on a baking sheet too. The mini muffin tin keeps them small and tall. They might be a little flatter on the baking sheet, but still taste just as delicious!

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