And I’ll admit, these babies are pretty dang good. In fact, I might just like them even better than the apple version. There’s just something weird about the way all these ingredients work so well together, but it’s amazing. It’s a quick and easy way to get a delicious dessert on the table in less than 1 hour. They are dynamite when served warm alongside some vanilla ice cream or fresh whipped cream. Y’all enjoy!
- 1 large peach
- 1 (8-ounce) 8-count tube of refrigerated crescent rolls
- 1/2 cup butter, melted
- 3/4 cup sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 1/2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
- 3/4 cup lemon-lime soda
- Preheat the oven to 350°F and lightly spray an 8x8-inch glass baking dish with nonstick cooking spray. Peel and slice the peach into eight wedges, discarding the pit.
- Open the can of crescent rolls and unroll them. Place one peach slice on the wide end of one crescent and roll it up in the crescent. Place them in the baking dish. Continue with other rolls.
- In a small bowl combine the melted butter, sugar, cinnamon, and flour and mix until just combined. Spoon the mixture over each crescent.
- Pour the lemon-lime soda into the empty spaces between the dumplings being cautious not to pour it on top of the dumplings. Bake for 35 to 40 minutes or until crescents are golden brown. Serve warm with fresh whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
If nutritional values are provided, they are an estimate and will vary depending on the brands used. If calorie count and other nutritional values are important to you, I recommend grabbing your favorite brands and plugging those ingredients into an online nutritional calculator.
I made this for dessert tonight. All I can say is OMG! I’ll be making this recipe again. Thank you!
Love hearing that!!
These were delicious. For some of them, I added a few blueberries to the peach slice. What a great way to get some of your required fruits! Thanks for the recipe. I had trouble raiting these. I clicked on 5 stars but nothing registered. Also had trouble clicking on the 2 voices at the bottom of the page.
Thank you Joan and I am so glad you liked it! Blueberries sound wonderful on this!
Delicioso! Very easy to make. Thank you for sharing this tasty dessert!!!
Wonderful! So glad you enjoyed them!
I have used this recipe with apple slices
I could see that tasting delicious too!
Amazing!! Made these first with coconut oil (vs butter) as a lactose free dessert! Have now made peach (the fave), apple, cherry, and tonight cherry almond!! My hubby loves them.
I’m so glad he loved them!
Have you ever frozen these?
I have never tried to freeze them but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work.
My husband loved these. Made just a recipe directed. It was very easy. I will make again. . . Yummy!
So glad your husband loved them!
My family love, love this peach dumpling and it was so easy.
So glad everyone loved it!
Beautiful and delicious
Thank you Charlene!
Turned out amazing !
So glad to hear it!
Can you use frozen peaches and roll them up before thawing?
I don’t see why not. 🙂
Made these for Sunday dinner dessert. They were delicious and so easy to prepare! I did cut the sugar down to 1/2 cup, as I used canned peach slices. Will have to try other fruits too!
So glad you liked it!
Hi, these look so good! Just curious if you think when using canned peaches, if instead if the soda, using the juice from the can would be an acceptable replacement?
Disregard, the person right above me asked the same question and I didn’t see it before posting.
I haven’t tried it but I don’t see why not.
If you use canned peaches I would think you could use the juice from the can instead of the soda. They really do sound delish.
I don’t see why not. Enjoy!
i tried the peach dumpling oh so delicious,will try with apple, pears and sweet potatoes.question will i have to cook the sweet potatoes first
Awesome! So glad to hear you enjoyed them! Yes, I do think you’ll want to cook the potatoes first. I might slice them in wedges then roast them at about 400 until just tender and then make the dumplings with them.
I love these every way I’ve encountered them but my favorite is the first one I had – sweet potato (well those frozen yam patties)! You cut each patty in half to come up with sixteen dumplings and use two and of rolls. They’re wonderful! I always make them for Thanksgiving to have a little something different than pie or casserole. Always a big hit!
That sounds amazing!!
Can I use peach pie filling
I’ve not tried that. I’m afraid it might be hard to roll them up when using peach pie filling.
Thest peach dumplings are EXCELLENT! I have also made them with pears and they were great! But my favorite is making it with fresh bing cherries. I pitted and halved them and rolled 3 halves up in each roll. I had extra half cherries left so I threw them on top of the dumplings before I put them in the oven. Now this version is my family’s new favorite. Thanks for a delicious, versatile and easy recipe!
I’m so glad you enjoyed them and I love the cherry idea!!
These were so delicious and easy to make. I had so many peaches to use I put two slices in each one. This is our new favorite peach desert.
So happy to hear y’all enjoyed them so much!!
I will be making this today. The recipe looks absolutely delicious! If I double the recipe please give me the measurements for the soda part please.
Have you ever double this? And if you did how much soda did you put in it if you doubled it?
Hi Tonida! I’ve not ever doubled this recipe, so I can say for sure. The best bet is to just make two separate recipes in two 8×8 dishes to be sure.
This was easy and quick, nice dessert that is fancy
So glad you enjoyed it and found it easy!
Can you double the recipe
I have made this several times using fresh peaches, apples and pears. All are delicious! Made it on the grill today using indirect heat just to keep my a/c from working overtime. 100 degrees today I used a cheap foil pan and they turned out perfectly
GREAT idea! Thanks for sharing, Cheri!!
I just saw this on QVC they called them Peach Burritos and they added a small square of cream cheese, I’m trying them this weekend can’t wait.
Yum! Sounds like a delicious addition!
How do you think it work to use brown sugar in place of regular sugar?
Should work just fine! Enjoy!
Absolutely fantastic! Thanks for sharing!
Glad you enjoyed it!!
OMG!!! I made this for my family and boy I tell you this was one of the best desserts I have tried thus far. The funny thing is I really don’t to much care for cooked fruit, but this was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!! Definitely will be making this again, again, and again. Thank you so much for sharing!! I do have 1 question? Is it necessary to use the full 3/4c of lemon-lime soda? or can you use just enough to cover the dumplings mid-way? Just wondering.
So glad that you enjoyed these so much! Yes, you can use less soda if you wish.
This recipe is perfect and out of this world delicious and is easily doubled! Thanks so much for sharing! Look forward to more recipes from you!
Thanks so much, Kathy! I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed these!!
Do yourself a favor and make this! Use either 1 big peach or 2 small ones, don’t skimp on the fruit. I had my doubts about the 7Up but you can’t believe how well it works and how good this is. We served it with both ice cream and whip cream because what the heck ????
Thanks so much, Carol! SO glad y’all enjoyed them!
I love pecans in all my peach desserts. They go so well together!
Absolutely! They’re the perfect addition to these!
Hey hun. Planning a special dinner for my son in love who just got back from Africa. If I double this in a 9×13, do you reckon I would use 2 full cans of soda? Sometimes when you double a recipe you don’t double the liquid or it’s too soupy.
What do you think?
Honestly, I’m not sure you’d need to double the liquid. Maybe just 1.5 times would be enough.
This was fantastic! So easy and delicious! Thank you for sharing.
Wonderful! I’m so glad y’all enjoyed these!
Has anybody tried diet lemon-lime soda? I can’t imagine doing so would make it inedible, but I’m asking first anyway. If I try and it’s inedible, I’m going to be sad… It sounds like a good reason to get extra ingredients. Ha!
It absolutely works with diet! Enjoy!
I have made these and the apple ones with many different types of soda’s except for the cola’s. It’s all good.
Glad you enjoyed it!!
dangerous stuff dude. got this today, both apple and peach. headed right to the store and got ‘stuff’.
made both. i can see a major diet in my future.
Ha! Glad they turned out good for you!
You are ruining my weight loss diet! But….so be it. Delish!
That means I’m doing my job, right? 🙂
What is lemon lime drink? Something like Sprite? Sorry, we only drin coke and water, so just am nit familiar with other sidas.
Sprite, 7-Up, even Mountain Dew will work.
Delish! This may sound odd but I only had ginger ale so I mixed a little lemon curd in it. It was tasty! I love reading your blog!
I think it sounds delish! Glad you enjoyed these!
I can’t believe I’m just now seeing this recipe! I guess I’ll be making a stop at the grocery store on my way home from work! Can’t wait to try it!
I sure hope you’ll enjoy them!!
Vanessa Butcher Johnson
I am going to try this recipe, if I use can peaches do I drain the juice?
Yes, drain the juice well. Enjoy!
Once I saw your post I went to the store to buy the needed ingredients. I got very excited because mine came out looking like yours…. I was a little disappointed though because it was too sweet. I think next time I make this, I’ll add a little lemon juice just to break that sweetness up.
BTW I love your blog, I feel as if I am gaining weight as I look through your photos!!
I’ve not heard that before about it being too sweet. I guess all our tastes are different. I’m glad you’re finding lots of things you enjoy, though!
I made these and doubled the recipe. However I did not need to double the sugar mixture or the soda. It was too much. I put them in a 9 x 13 dish.
Brenda, how did they turn out?
I can’t wait to try this recipe on my parents this weekend! Question though….What does the soda do for the dumplings? Can this be an optional ingredient?
The soda adds flavor and ooey-gooey-ness. I certainly wouldn’t leave it out.
Making these for my Valentine tonight
Hope y’all enjoy!!
Tried this recipe last weekend, and it was delish and super easy. I prepared exactly as written and I can’t wait to prepare it again using different types of fruit!
That’s great, Monet! I’m just tickled y’all enjoyed it!
I just made these and they are absolutely delicious and very easy to make. I will definitely make these again. I think I’ll double the batch. Also, these peach dumplings go very well with butter pecan ice cream.
Sounds great! Glad they turned out well!
Could I do the first 2 steps and then freeze. Take out, make syrup and add pop the cook.
I’m honestly not sure how the crescent rolls will freeze, so I can’t say for sure. It seems like it should, but I just can’t say for sure.
Sharyl D. Connor
Can you use can peaches. Thank you very much.
Question: Is there anything I can use besides lemon-lime soda?
You can use any time of clear soda, like ginger ale. Are you talking about something other than soda in general?
Thanks, Stacey! To answer your question: I may choose to make these on the fly, and I don’t usually keep any kind of soda in the house. I’ll just get a few cans to keep in stock here. Also – I’ve only been a subscriber for several weeks, and I love receiving your e-mail newsletters. I’m a Yankee transplant to the South and I’m deeply in love with Southern ways and food. Again, many, many thanks for being you.
We’re so glad to have you – here on the blog and down South! So glad you’re loving it and I’m just tickled you are enjoying the blog and newsletter. In a pinch, I’m sure a few tablespoons of sugar dissolved in the same amount of water would do fine. 🙂 Please let me know if I can ever help with anything or answer any questions.
Can I used canned peaches to make these?
You sure can!
I’ve made this using apple and Mountain Dew but can’t wait to try this with peaches. It’s a great dessert.
Janet Viletta Ross
I don’t keep soda either and I have used apple juice with wonderful results
Thanks for helping out!
Janet V Ross
apple juice works very well in place of soda. I use 1 cup
Thanks for the tip!
Just wanted to know if you use all-purpose flour or self-rising flour in the peach dumplings? Or does it matter? Thank you.
In this small amount, either will do. But I used all-purpose.