These are so simple to make and the results are SO IMPRESSIVE! This one is a keeper! I made them 3 times last trip for my crew and they never lasted over 24 hours. I had to print out copies for the crew to take home to their wives! WINNER! KEEPER! IMPRESSIVE!
This is a gem of a recipe! I made a batch for a brunch today and they were so pretty and elegant sitting on a glass tray. No one would ever guess how easy these are to make, especially if you prepare the filling and frosting ahead of time. I did use the mixer to cream the filling, so I had no lumps. Thanks ms_bold!
wonderfully quick. I used nutella as the filling instead. YUMMY.
I have made these about 6 times now..various ways (all delicious!). Our favorites so far: Recipe as stated but add a little seedless raspberry jam or blueberry in the center of the cream cheese. #1 Favorite: Sub 1/4 brown sugar for 1/4 cup of the white sugar. Sprinkle the top with chopped pecans! Mmmmm!!!! Thank you so much for such a wonderful and versatile recipe!! Small note: I tried the "store brand" crescent rolls ONCE... pay the extra money for Pillsbury!!! I also open the can and then freeze them for about 10 minutes or so to make them easier to slice. I push the middles in with my fingers to make the hole.
Loved these - ready to make them again!
Had to go to the school to meet with the principal for a meeting I was dreading (gotta fight for everything with them-- even tutoring!) brought these in and told them this is the sweet part of the meeting, but I was not. LOL Everyone loved these! Got 4 requests for recipes! It did help put everyone in a very positive attitude, so thanks!!!
I love to make these! They are a super quick and easy. I rely on them as my "make and take" item when going to dinner parties or church functions! Thank you so much for this awesome recipe!
I've made these just a couple of times, but both times they disappeared in no time flat. They are easy, and YUMMY-YUM!! Everyone always wants the recipe. I added fresh chopped strawberries to the top. Keep in mind that these spread so what appears to be too many at first, is just right once they bake up. Also, instead of regular crescents, I use the Extra Large, Flaky variety to give them the "Danish" pastry look & texture. With a light wash of an egg white/water mixture, they become shiny & look as nice as any in a bakery. With the left-over cream cheese mix, I added a couple teaspoons of milk and a bit of (about a cup or so) of whipped topping to make a dip for the extra strawberries. Thank so much for the recipe. A real crowd pleaser!
Made this for Easter breakfast. Easy, fast, and very tasty. I did need to add some more milk to the confectioner's sugar glaze. Otherwise easy and devoured.
Made these this weekend and they were very good. I think I cut the crescents too thin because alot of the filling came out. Next time I will make them a little thicker so the dent in the middle will be deeper and hopefully hold in the cream cheese.