In my family, this is a once-a-year recipe for Christmas cookies. Two days before Christmas, as is tradition, we make a triple or quadruple batch, invite everyone over, and spend a few hours baking and decorating. The cookies themselves are highly acclaimed, especially when topped with a simple powdered sugar, milk, and vanilla frosting. Servings, yield, and times are all guesses.
Recipe from Betty Crocker's New Cookbook (Everything You Need to Know to Cook). This is basically cheesecake, wrapped in puff pastry. The name comes from the way the corners of the pastry stand up, like the pointy bits of a crown. I usually make these to share, as they are always delicious and more travel-friendly than the average cheesecake. The muffin tin I use has 6 cups. The bottom layer is very delicious. About half of a crown should satisfy most eaters.
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