Raspberry & Walnut Pinwheels with Peanut Butter Glaze: Holiday Recipes

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WHOA!  What a whirlwind these past few weeks have been! I cannot believe that it’s December already! SLOW DOWN!!

We spent Thanksgiving back home in Upstate New York, with my family.  It was so much fun to see our loved ones, enjoy yummy holiday recipes, play some new board games, and Avery even got to play in the snow! We also made our standard trips to Ted’s Fish Fry, and Price Chopper.

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I was in the market (literally) for something to make for Christmas morning. Last year I made a few yummy recipes, but wanted to add something new this year.  With the help of my wonderful Aunt Jill I decided on raspberry & walnut pinwheels with a sweet peanut butter glaze.

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I grabbed Pilsbury Crescent rolls (On sale!!) a jar of Smucker’s red raspberry jam and a jar of Jif Natural peanut butter and we headed home!

This recipe couldn’t be any easier. Your kiddos can even help with the prep!

Spread the jam, roll, and cut! #HolidayAdvantEdge #adYou roll out the crescent roll dough on your work surface and spread the jelly all over it.  You then toss the crushed walnuts on, and roll it up! Then you cut the roll into 8 equal pieces and lay them out on a nonstick baking sheet.

The peanut butter glaze is simple as well! Take confectioners sugar, peanut butter, and a little milk, mix them all together in a bowl and voila! Delicious peanut buttery glaze!

After baking, let the pinwheels cool slightly, then drizzle (or pour) the glaze over the top. Top with more crushed walnuts if you’d like.

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Don’t they look absolutely scrumptious?!

They are easy to make and everyone will enjoy them! I think these will be perfect to serve when my parents come over on Christmas morning, or any time!

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These treats are also incredibly versatile! You can switch up the jelly and nuts to make them your own!

What are you serving Christmas morning?  Do you have traditional holiday recipes that you always prepare?

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Raspberry & Walnut Pinwheels with Peanut Butter Glaze
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A more sophisticated take on an old classic: PB & J!
Recipe type: Breakfast or Dessert
Serves: 8
  • Pinwheels:
  • 1 can Pilsbury Crescent Rolls
  • ⅓ cup raspberry jelly/jam
  • ¼ cup crushed walnuts
  • Glaze:
  • ⅔ cup confectioners sugar
  • 1 Generous Tbs creamy peanut butter
  • 4 Tbs milk
  1. Pinwheels:
  2. Gently roll out crescent roll dough on a clean work surface.
  3. spread jam all over dough.
  4. Sprinkle walnuts over dough.
  5. Roll dough up.
  6. Slice dough into 8 equal pieces.
  7. Place on a nonstick baking sheet.
  8. Bake at 375 for 10-15 minutes or until golden.
  9. Allow to cool slightly and then coat with glaze and walnuts
  10. Glaze:
  11. Using a whisk, combine confectioners sugar, peanut butter and milk in a bowl until smooth.
  12. Pour over pinwheels.

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    • Sarah says:

      Thanks Rachelle!! They are incredibly easy, and really tasty!
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  1. Jen says:

    Question: it seems like the peanut butter, 10x sugar and milk would get a little “goopy” and hard to stir. Do you heat the peanut butter up to soften it or with it being such a small amount does it work ok? They do look de-licious!

    • Sarah says:

      Nope,I don’t melt it, and it’s not goopy at all! It mixes together well and forms a nice glaze! (You can see in the photo of it pouring off the spoon) It’s a little less thick than maple syrup.

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