Easy 3 ingredient Blackberry Dumplings
These amazingly easy, three ingredient Blackberry Dumplings are the perfect solution for a quick and delicious spring or summer dessert!
Sometimes just surviving until the weekend deserves a celebration. You know those weeks when everything is a struggle.
Maybe it’s sick children, exhausting schedules, a teething toddler, a contrary tween, or demands at work- it all piles up day after day, until suddenly Friday is here and a breather is on the horizon.
Friday finally arrives and you want to celebrate it. But, the reality is, you are the Mom. Creating that celebration is on you… not to mention the clean up from that celebration.
I’ve had several weeks like that this month. I want to Fri-YAY but I just don’t have the energy or creativity left when Friday afternoon comes.
While shopping recently, I saw Canada Dry® Blackberry Ginger Ale and I knew it was the perfect solution for a simple Fri-YAY celebration. The Blackberry Ginger Ale would be the perfect way to create a super easy blackberry dumplings dessert with just 3 ingredients.
Can’t find blackberry flavored ginger ale? Don’t worry, regular ginger ale or any lemon-lime flavored soda works fine in this recipe instead.
I can do a Fri-YAY celebration when it requires 3 ingredients!
What makes this dessert so easy? Making these blackberry dumplings with crescent rolls!
You really can’t make anything more delicious than these dumplings with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Easy Blackberry Dumplings Recipe
- Blackberry Ginger Ale (or regular ginger ale, or lemon-lime soda)
- Crescent Rolls
- Blackberry Pie Filling
Separate the crescent rolls into individual triangles on the perforated lines.
Place about 2 tablespoons of blackberry pie filling on the crescent roll.
Now, roll the crescent roll up.
Don’t worry about blackberry goodness oozing from the sides of the crescent roll- it will just add to the syrupy goodness!
Place the blackberry pie filled crescent rolls in a pan. Two packages of crescent rolls will fill a 9×9 pan. (Use three packages to fill a 9×13 pan and feed a crowd.)
Pour 1 cup of Blackberry Ginger Ale on top of the filled crescent rolls in the 9×9 pan. (Use 1.5 cups for a 9×13 pan.)
Don’t forget that you can use regular ginger ale or lemon-lime soda if you don’t have the blackberry ginger ale.
Expect the filled crescent rolls to be swimming in Ginger Ale. During cooking, the crescent rolls will plump up, and the Ginger Ale will mix with the oozing blackberry pie filling to create a delicious syrup.
Bake the Blackberry Dumplings at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
Serve Blackberry Dumplings warm, a la mode. Spoon extra blackberry pie filling on top of the ice cream for extra blackberry goodness.
Now, enjoy a simple Fri-YAY celebration. Add some pretty placemats and enjoy a celebration that looks and tastes like it took way more effort than it really did! That’s a ‘weeks-end’ celebration I can handle pulling together.
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Those dumplings sound so good! I need to try these.
Blackberry Dumplings. Yummm! Even the name makes me drool. Thanks for the recipe! 🙂
I didn’t even know you could buy blackberry pie filling! That makes me happy because we can never grow more than a few in our garden. Not enough to make this deliciousness.
Easy and looks delicious! I might just make these on Mother’s Day.
Ok I make mini apple pies with crescent rolls. But i would never have thought to make dumplings using ginger ale.
What a nice simple treat that I know my whole family would enjoy. Blackberry and vanilla ice cream is such a great combination.
Wow! I didn’t realize that Canada Dry came in other flavors. I’ll have to take a look next time I’mat the shop.
INteresting. I would have never thought of putting soda in a baked dessert. Thanks for this great idea for summer. Yummy!!
There aren’t words to describe how absolutely DELICIOUS these look and sound. (client)
Oh em gee. This looks beyond amazing. I want to try this.
What a nice twist for the dumplings. I’d love to try them this way too!
It looks sooo good! My husband loves blackberries! I can’t wait to try it!
Oh yum! Never thought to use Canada Dry in my dumplings recipes! great idea
this look so good and I never realized just how easy these were to make – must give it a try
I would totally make this for brunch! My mom is flying in, I think I will do it when she stays with me!
That sounds pretty darn incredible to me! I love the idea of a syrup in the dessert.