Making Raspberry Brie Pastries

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January 22, 2018

Rolled crescent rolls with jam and brie in the middle.A local restaurant has homemade croissants that they serve with brie and jam and they inspired me to make this version with refrigerated crescent rolls. I brought these to a weekend brunch. Everyone loved them.


I plan to make them smaller next time. They were too big to be bite-sized and I think a smaller version would stay flakier. If I just halve each triangle lengthwise and then put a smaller piece of brie on the big end, it should be a better portion size.


  • 1 package refrigerator crescent rolls
  • 4 Tbsp raspberry jam
  • 1 package package brie
A jar of jam, a package of refrigerator crescent rolls and a package of brie.


  1. Cut 8 small slices of brie to be rolled up inside the crescent rolls. You may cut off the white "skin" or you can leave it on.
  2. Brie sliced in to small sections.
  3. Lay out crescent roll dough triangles and spread each with 1/2 Tbsp of jam. Add a slice of brie.
  4. Triangles of crescent roll dough with jam and brie in the middle.

  5. Roll up the crescent rolls so that the brie and jam are inside. Place on a baking sheet and bake at 375 degrees F for 12 - 15 minutes. Serve warm.

I'm sorry that I didn't get a great finished photo of the baked pastries. I was intending on taking one at the brunch and they were gone before I could get one. Definitely a recipe I will make again so I'll get a photo then. :)

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January 23, 20180 found this helpful

I'm going to make these. Thanks for posting.

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January 24, 20180 found this helpful

Let me know how they turn out. I am going to definitely make another batch that is half size. :)

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January 24, 20180 found this helpful

Ill try them with cream cheese and jam.

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January 25, 20180 found this helpful

That sounds good too. I also had a friend recommend using goat cheese and fig preserves.

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