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Thread: Sopapilla cheese cake

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    Senior Member Phyllis nm's Avatar
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    Sopapilla cheese cake

    3 pkgs cream cheese 8ozs each
    3 cans crecent rolls
    1 1/2 cups sugar
    [i added vanilla to taste]

    topping 1/2 cup sugar
    1/2 tsp cinnamon
    1 stick butter

    mix 1 1/2 cup sugar and soften cream cheese and vanilla togeather.
    [i also added 1/2 cup sugar and 1/2 tsp cinnamon under the 1st layer of rolls]
    in 9 x 11 pan, layer one pkg of rolls [ i rolled them out with powered sugar]

    spread 1/2 the cream cheese mixture over 1st layer of rolls
    add second layer of rolls
    add the last half of the mixture.
    add third layer of rolls
    melt butter and pour over last layer
    sprinkle 1/2 cup sugar and 1/2 tsp cinnamon over butter layer
    bake at 350 for 30 minutes or till brown.
    cool completely in pan before cutting.
    keep in frig.
    VERY GOOD!

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    What size cans of crescent rolls do you use? 4 rolls or 8 rolls or the sheets?

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    My sister made one of these last weekend - it was delicious!!

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    The can says 8 rolls, I did not know you could get sheets. I just rolled each can out flat with powered suger instead of flour.
    Last edited by Phyllis nm; 03-12-2012 at 12:00 PM.

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    Thanks for the recipe. I tried it last night and it was delicious and so simple. I only had 1 can reduced fat crescent rolls and 1 container fat free cream cheese, but I adjusted butter, sugar amount and cook time and it turned out perfect.
    Jodyma

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    Thanks can't wait to try this!!
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    This sounds nice could you please tell me what "are tins of cresent rolls". Living in Australia we may have things by another name. Thanks for any help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phyllis nm View Post
    The can says 8 rolls, I did not know you could get sheets. I just rolled each can out flat with powered suger instead of flour.
    Thanks, and the sheets are in the same kind of container as the rolls without the perforations.

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    This sounds wonderful. Hope to try it soon.

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    yes,i add sugar and cinnimon 2 time, i like the taste better.
    the rolls still get flakey, but not as much as they would if they were baked alone on a cookie sheet. roll each can out large enough to cover your pan per layer.

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