Chocolate Cherry Pie Bundles

Cherry pie has never been so easy!

Flakey Pillsbury Crescent Rolls envelope cherry pie filling and semi sweet chocolate! 

A sweet and tart dessert!

Chocolate chips and cherry pie filling surrounded by a flaky crescent roll crust!

If I were in Belize right now, I’d be warming my face in the golden sunshine, with all 80 degrees enveloping my body.  I would be sitting in my bathing suit with my toes buried in the white, soft sand.

Chocolate Cherry Pie Bundles

I would be reclining on a beach chair.  A book would be in my hands, but I wouldn’t be reading it.  My eyelids would begin to droop as the heaviness of sleep would be taking over my relaxed body.  I would drift off into a deep slumber with the ocean breezes sweeping over me.  The waves rolling over the sand would be the background noise lulling me to sleep.

Chocolate and cherries wrapped in a flakey crescent roll.

I’d wake periodically to sip my umbrella topped cocktail and cool myself with the condensation slipping down the side of the glass.  Then I’d shift my body so that the other side of me is now exposed to the sun.  I’d drift back to sleep.

Chocolate Cherry Pie Bundles

But…. I am NOT in Belize.  I’m in frigid Ohio where I am continually blinded from the sun’s reflection on the icy snow.  My toes are in a constant state of numbness from the chill in the air.  The bare trees in my backyard creak as they are accosted by the biting wind.  I hate winter.  I want my Belize daydream.  Since I cannot have Belize, I will comfort myself with dessert.  One of the most comforting desserts out there is pie.  Pie, with a buttery, flakey crust and warm fruit filling.  It’s not the beach, but it warms me just the same.  My favorite pie would hands down be cherry.  I wasn’t in the mood to deal with making my own crust, so I used Pillsbury Crescent Rolls instead and turned pies into bundles.  Each little bundle is oozing with sweet chocolate and tart cherries.  A stunning combination, don’t you think?  These sweet little bundles are such an easy way to enjoy everything wonderful about cherry pie but with a fraction of the work!  Just as easy as resting on the beach!

Some day I will get my ocean side nap.  But for now, I’ll settle for cherry pie.


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Chocolate Cherry Pie Bundles
  • 2 8 oz packages Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
  • ½ cup cherry pie filling
  • ½ cup semi sweet chocolate chips
  • 2 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  1. Preheat oven to 375. Unroll crescent roll dough. Separate into 8 rectangles, pinching seams together.
  2. Place 1 tablespoon of chocolate chips and 1 tablespoon of cherry pie filling in the center of each rectangle. Lift up all sides and pinch and twist together the tops of each bundle. Be sure to check underneath each bundle to make sure the seams stay together.
  3. Combine cinnamon and sugar. Brush melted butter over the tops of each bundle. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.
  4. Bake for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.
  5. Serves 8


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30 Responses

  1. Charlotte Moore

    Just wanted you to know I received 2 of these updates. I have never had that to happen from your blog before. I have from some others.

  2. Omg. Love how easy these are and I love the chocolate cherry combo.

    P.S Forgot to mention last time but love your new site!! Your Lemons for Lulu logo now is perfect!

    • Some day I’ll skip winter and head straight for Belize! Until then, I”ll bake too!

  3. Oh this looks like gooey heaven! I have tried so Pillsbury dough recipes myself, and they always turn out wonderful!

  4. Oh my gosh, how yummy. Dreaming out about these pockets of deliciousness and you talking about your Belize nap totally almost made me fall asleep. How comforting!

    • IF only we could jet off to Belize right? Thanks Holly!

  5. So I bought the ingredients to make this tonight. Wish me luck! It seriously looks scrumptious!

  6. When I saw chocolate and cherries in the post’s title, I didn’t waste any time Pinning it. These sound terrific, Tanya.

    • Thank you John! It is hard to pass up chocolate and cherries!

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  8. Maggie

    Cherries and Chocolate. Two of my favorite things…put them inside pastry, and I am in heaven. I’ll be making these this weekend.

    Oh, meant to tell you your sight looks fantastic!! Love the photography and the Logo. You Go Girl!!!

    • Thank you Maggie!! I’m in love with that logo!

  9. Belize sounds nice….we were there on a service trip right before we got married but have never been there for pleasure. I wish!! For now I guess I’ll have to settle for these delicious pies too….twist my arm!! :)

  10. Mmmmm….chocolate and cherry! I love it!

  11. Tanya, It is always so dangerous for me to pin food at night – it makes me so hungry! Thanks for sharing this with us at our Marvelous Monday Party! Pinning!

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  13. ummm, wow. looks so yummy and i love easy recipes! Thanks so much for linking up at Creativity Unleashed Link Party last week. Featuring you tomorrow on the blog and hope to see you back!

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