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Whenever we have a church brunch or meeting I bring these with me. Everyone really enjoys them. It’s almost like eating a fresh donut but with yummy fruit and cream cheese inside. They can be eaten at room temperature so you don’t really have to worry about getting them to a new location hot. I prefer them still warm out of the oven, but they are really tasty either way. Try them with all your favorite berries for a different taste each time you make them. They are all really tasty.
These are a great after school snack too! Kids just love them.
1/2 c Philadelphia softened cream cheese
3 Tbsp Domino white sugar
1 can(s) Pillsbury or store brand crescent rolls
4 oz blueberries or other fresh berry
1 oz honey
Preheat oven to 350.
Unroll dough into four rectangles; firmly press perforations together to seal.
Combine cream cheese and sugar; spread onto dough rectangles to within 1/2 inch of edges.
Top evenly with blueberries or favorite fresh berry.
Bring opposite corners of rectangles together; press together to seal.
Drizzle with honey.
Place on ungreased baking sheet. Bake 15 to 18 min. or until golden brown.
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Quick Tip: Serve warm or at room temperature.
Thank you Kraft for this awesome photo.