Easy Blueberry Cream Cheese Braid


Made with crescent rolls, filled with Blueberries and Cream Cheese then drizzled with a lemon flavored icing is what makes this one amazing treat! You can put this together in no time at all. It is sure to be a big hit.

This is another recipe from the cooking class that I went to. I apologize for the picture quality but not being in my own kitchen and a classroom setting made it difficult.


Ingredients – The chef had the ingredients

measured out ahead of time to save time.


In a small bowl combine the

blueberries, flour and 1 tsp of sugar.


The chef had us put lemon zest in ours, however,

that did not work for me as it was crunchy

after it baked. I have left it off of the recipe card.


In a medium bowl whisk the cream

cheese, 1/4 cup granulated sugar and

lemon juice until smooth and creamy.


Cut parchment paper to fit a cookie

sheet. Unroll the crescent rolls from the

can and place it onto parchment paper.


Pinch the seams from the triangles together

and roll the dough into a rectangular shape (a

little larger) so it will still fit on the cookie sheet.

Place the parchment paper and

dough onto the cookie sheet.


Cut diagonal strips on both long

sides about 1 & 1/2″ long. Make

sure you have the same amount

of strips on both sides.


Place the cream cheese mixture evenly

down the center of the dough.


Add the blueberry mixture evenly

on top of the cream cheese.


Fold over the strips one at a time from

left to right covering the filling (the best you

can) and making a braid, tucking in the ends.


Bake for 15 – 20 minutes in a

preheated 375 degree oven.

Let cool.


Whisk the powdered sugar with enough

lemon juice to make a consistency that

will drizzle over the top and serve.

Easy Blueberry Cream Cheese Braid




  • 1 can crescent rolls

Blueberry Ingredients:

  • 1 pint blueberries
  • 1 Tbsp. all purpose flour
  • 1 tsp granulated sugar

Cream Cheese Ingredients:

  • 8 oz. cream cheese, room temperature
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 tsp lemon juice

Icing Ingredients:

  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • Lemon juice to make icing


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. In a small bowl combine the blueberry ingredients and set aside.
  3. In a medium bowl whisk together the cream cheese ingredients until smooth and creamy.
  4. Cut a sheet of parchment paper to fit your cookie sheet. Place the parchment paper on the counter and unroll the crescent rolls onto it. Pinch the seams of the dough together so there are no holes.
  5. Roll the dough slightly making a rectangle that will still fit onto the cookie sheet.
  6. Place the parchment paper with the dough onto the cookie sheet.
  7. Cut 1 & 1/2″ diagonal strips along the long outside edge on both sides of the dough making sure you have the same amount of strips on both sides. The strips should be about 1″ wide.
  8. Place the cream cheese mixture down the center of the dough.
  9. Add the blueberry mixture on top of cream cheese mixture.
  10. Fold over the strips, diagonally, from left to right making a braid and tucking in the ends.
  11. Bake for 15 – 20 minutes and let cool.
  12. Mix the powdered sugar with enough lemon juice to make a thin icing consistency that you can drizzle over the top then serve.



  1. “OMG!” This looks fantastic! I almost passed it up, because I don’t eat a lot of sugary things, but I was impressed that there’s only one teaspoon of sugar in the filling. (I can always modify the icing.) Haven’t tried this one yet, but I’m pretty sure it’s a keeper. 🙂

  2. Yassssss!!!!! This is the type of a thing I’ve been looking for!!!! Something where you just mix berries with flour and sugar and put it in a prepared dough of some sort!!!! Thank you!!!!!

    Can’t wait to try this.

      • I am so frustrated WP is not allowing me to comment on your site. It is letting me like some blogs/posts and not others. It keeps logging me off and makes me log back in….errrrrrrr! Anyhow, I wanted to commented on how cute Parker looked in his hat and that I couldn’t believe the city didn’t know how many years!

      • I wonder why – I certainly did not block you. i can reach out to WordPress and see if they can figure it out – that is bizarre. Parker sure is a cutie – I was amazed the City didn’t know as this Park is a real gem. I contacted them to tell them about all the graffiti. There is lots of it, and they deface the trees, and natural places as well the park benches, and the trashcans and walking path asphalt.
        But inside the inline skating rink, they wrote stuff about “you will die” … they said they’d have someone paint it over and ask me if they did this yet – nope. I did not want to write this on my site … I’m sure gang members are not reading my blog, but it is also published online for our local paper, so I take no chances disparaging anyone. Thanks for letting me know about the problem posting – hope they can correct it. I’ve got to get a move on … still dark a little out there.

      • It’s not just your site, it’s random and only when I try to go to their site after they comment on mine. Anyhow, how sad people can’t find better things to do then destroy parks! Have a great weekend Linda it is going to be gorgeous!

      • OK, that is good to know I’m not the only one. Now someone told me that they wrote to WordPress one time because every time they sent a message to one blogger it ended up in their SPAM filter. WordPress said if they got a post in Reader and replied right away that it might be deemed SPAM. I wonder if that could happen? I doubt most people reply right away to a Reader post.

      • Technology certain is a pain sometimes! Thank you for trying – have you tried another browser – sometimes that works. I cannot do captions on WordPress photos unless I use Opera browser – Chrome and Internet Explorer (I still use Windows 7) only will allow the occasional caption, the rest are bare – makes no sense to me at all.

  3. I made this today, Diane. Absolutely delicious, but for me there was too much filling. I think next time, I might try to use either two cans or see if I can buy ones that have bigger crescent rolls. My daughter and her husband loved them, but boy were they messy. Yum!

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