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Absolutely Addicting "cheese Bread" Dessert

Absolutely Addicting "cheese Bread" Dessert created by cali_love

We call it "cheese bread" because of the cream cheese that is used in this recipe. Not sure where this recipe originated but it is one my family is proud of making. It always flies off the table whenever we make it for any type of get-together. Best when still warm and flaky.

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35mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Pre-heat oven to 325 degrees.
  • First, make the batter by mixing your cream cheese, sugar, vanilla, and 1 egg together.
  • On a medium cookie sheet, spread out 2 opened Pillsbury Rolls for bottom layer.
  • Pour batter on first layer, spread evenly (yum!) and don't forget about the corners!
  • Lay out remaining 2 Pillsbury Rolls for top layer. This part is pretty tricky but it doesn't have to look perfect to taste perfect.
  • Take 2nd egg, and brush it on top layer. I use the whole egg.
  • Bake on center rack at 325 degrees for 20 minutes. Remove from heat before top gets too brown for best results.
  • Cut into squares, and serve!
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"We call it "cheese bread" because of the cream cheese that is used in this recipe. Not sure where this recipe originated but it is one my family is proud of making. It always flies off the table whenever we make it for any type of get-together. Best when still warm and flaky."
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    Absolutely Addicting "cheese Bread" Dessert Created by cali_love
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  2. cali_love
    We call it "cheese bread" because of the cream cheese that is used in this recipe. Not sure where this recipe originated but it is one my family is proud of making. It always flies off the table whenever we make it for any type of get-together. Best when still warm and flaky.
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