Wild Blueberry and Turkey Pull Apart Rolls

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Wild Blueberry and Turkey Pull Apart Rolls: These 5 ingredients pull apart rolls are absolutely delicious with a little bit of sweet-savory combination. Perfect for breakfast in bed for Mother’s Day. wild-blueberry-and-turkey-pull-apart-rollsThis week has gone by so quickly but I’ve been confused about days (maybe because last week was a long weekend)…maybe…but I couldn’t wait to share these ‘Wild Blueberry and Turkey Pull Apart Rolls’ that are my special breakfast in bed recipe. As you all know we are soon approaching Mother’s Day and usually I post one recipe for it every year but this year, I thought why not start with a breakfast recipe and few more for the special day. Mom’s are just so special that no matter what we do, it will never be enough for all what they do for us. So why not treat her like the queen she deserves to be treated as and start her day surrounded by her favourite people, flowers and best of all ‘Breakfast in Bed’ 🙂 sesame-pull-apart-bunsSo, this is my Mother’s day recipe to begin the day with and there would be few more that you’ll keep seeing in next few posts. Now, I chose these ‘Wild Blueberry and Turkey Pull Apart Rolls’ as my mom loves homemade breads/buns/biscuits and she loves jam and thinly sliced meat (cooked), so what better way to combine all three in a simple sweet-savory recipe. I’m using thinly sliced smoked turkey for the savoury part and for sweet, I’m using our family favourite Bonne Maman – Wild Blueberry Preserve. Have you had a Bonne Maman Preserves and Jellies?  They are produced in France and the name literally means “Grandmother or Granny”.The brand is aptly named as the preserves and jellies are made from the best natural ingredients found in your (or your Grandmother’s) kitchen, using the same traditional recipe since the brand began. pull-apart-bread-ingredientsFor the rolls, I’m using the flakey biscuit dough that you get in the freezer section of your local grocery store. Now, the most interesting part is the rich golden brown colour of the pull-apart rolls which we usually see in store bought or bakery goods. The solution is very simple and involves an egg 🙂 Seriously, all you need is an egg wash and the polls are gonna look perfect as if they are straight from a bakery – Trust me on that !!! turkey-pull-apart-processGiven above is a process picture for the ‘Wild Blueberry and Turkey Pull Apart Rolls’ and they are absolutely fun to make with kids and we definitely need an adult (in this case dad 😉 as you remember its for mom’s breakfast in bed and she can’t help – thats‘ the rule). One the pull apart rolls are all ready for the oven, the dad or the assigned adult, can then place them in the oven and bake for 15 minutes. While these get baked, you can assemble your mom’s favourite flowers and drink in a tray. mothers-day-breakfast-recipeThis is exactly how, I’m serving the breakfast in bed this Mother’s Day and hope you try the recipe soon. You can add or remove any ingredient as per choice or simply make one stuffed with just the preserve for a sweet surprise.
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Wild Blueberry and Turkey Pull Apart Rolls

7 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

22 minTotal Time

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5 based on 3 review(s)


1 Flakey Biscuit Dough - thawed or room temperature

3 Smoked Turkey Slices

4 Tbsp Bonne Maman Wild Blueberry Preserve

3 Tbsp Cheese - use any cheese as per choice

1 Tbsp Sesame Seeds

1 Egg - whisked


  1. Pre-heat oven at 190F
  2. Open the biscuit can and separate the biscuits (makes 8 biscuits).
  3. Cut the turkey slices into halves and roll them.
  4. Now, take one biscuit dough and add 1/2 tbsp preserve in the middle.
  5. Now place a rolled turkey, cheese over it and start to close the biscuit dough to form a stuffed roll.
  6. Now place the roll in a skillet or circular baking stray (small).
  7. Similarly, fill all the biscuit dough, form rolls and place them next to each other in the skillet.
  8. Now, take the whisked egg and brush it all over the rolls (brush them twice).
  9. Sprinkle some sesame seeds over each roll.
  10. Place in oven and bake for 15 minutes.
  11. Turn off the oven and remove the pull apart rolls.
  12. Server fresh with some extra preserve on the side.
Cuisine: American | Recipe Type: Breakfast, brunch
88 cal
4 g
6 g
7 g

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10 Replies to "Wild Blueberry and Turkey Pull Apart Rolls"

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    Gloria @ Homemade & Yummy April 23, 2017 (12:33 pm)
    I love using my cast iron skillet. These are fantastic. The flavour combination sounds so delicious. Perfect for brunch, lunch or even dinner. I'm sure they would be a crowd please.
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      Molly Kumar April 26, 2017 (4:36 am)
      Thanks so much Gloria and glad you liked the recipe.
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    Marlynn | UrbanBlissLife April 23, 2017 (3:11 pm)
    I saw these on Instagram and was so eager for the recipe! They look delicious and absolutely perfect for Mother's Day! YUM!
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    soniya Saluja April 24, 2017 (3:49 pm)
    Sounds pretty awesome…. Loved the combination of wild berry and turkey Thank you for such a great recipe !
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    Natalie April 24, 2017 (5:50 pm)
    I totally agree with you. This is THE perfect Mother's day breakfast in bed. Everything looks so delicious. I love sweet berry and savory turkey combo. Biscuits look so yummy!
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    Giselle Rochford April 26, 2017 (1:17 am)
    Pull apart rolls are my favourite but I've never even thought of giving a savoury version a try. I usually so cinnamon or sticky byns something like that. Def rectifying that ASAP though 😍
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      Molly Kumar April 26, 2017 (4:31 am)
      Hehehhe, sure do try the savory version and I'm sure you'd love it. I kinda like the idea of sticky buns n must make then soon!!!

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