Cream Cheese Stuffed Crescent Rolls


I’ve always believed “it’s what’s on the inside that counts.”

That goes for good food and good people.

So when I like to make something extra special, I like to include delicious ingredients on the inside. Adding flavor, texture and fillings. Yum.



To make these stuffed crescent rolls, you just need a few ingredients, and then to make your everything bagel seasoning. I love to use Food Club. Food Club is a national brand equivalent, when you shop Food Club, you’re saving money! It’s so fast and easy, it’s fantastic. Amazing rolls in less than 30 minutes, including bake time.



Over fill these little dough pillows, so you’ll have plenty of flavor inside the buttery roll. And if you are not happy with Food Club, Food Club®  offers a Double your money back guarantee—if you don’t like it, return it! But we both know that won’t happen.



Before you start your baking process, I always like to have everything ready to make. Including slicing your onions, making the everything bagel seasonings, etc.


I was able to find Food Club at my locally owned and independent grocer—find Food Club® at grocer near you here:



Totally, it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Look at this cream cheese filling. Creamy, flavorful, butter roll. Drooling.



Cream Cheese Stuffed Crescent Rolls       


2- Food Club Crescent roll tubes, 8 count

1 Food Club salted cream spreadable butter with canola oil

1 Food Club cream cheese spread, plain

1 bunch green onion

1 cup Food Club finely grated Parmesan cheese

1 egg

1 tsp. minced dried onion

1 tsp. minced dried garlic

1 tsp. poppy seeds

1 tsp. sesame seeds

¼ tsp. Kosher salt


Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.


On a lightly floured surface, unroll your crescent dough. Coat each triangle with the butter, a nice layer. Using about 1 tsp. of butter per triangle of dough. Then place 1 tbsp. of cream cheese onto each triangle, and then gently spread with a spatula over the triangle. Repeat until all the dough is covered. Then sprinkle the Parmesan cheese, generously over the cream cheese layer.


Dice the green onions, fine. Spread the green onions, evenly over all the triangles.


Roll your dough, starting at the bigger end, tightly, but gently, securing the smaller end under the “crescent” shape. Place each rolled roll on a baking sheet or baking stone. Repeat until all the dough is wrapped and secured on the baking sheet.


In a small bowl, whisk the egg until light yellow. With a pastry brush, gently brush on the egg wash onto each of the crescent rolls.


In a separate bowl, combine the dried onion, garlic, poppy seeds, sesame seeds, and Kosher salt. Gently stir until combined. Sprinkle this mixture over all the crescent rolls. About ¼ tsp. each roll.


Bake at 375 degrees for 20-22 minutes, or until nice and golden brown and cooked through. Cool slightly before serving.


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Happy Baking!



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