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Cream Cheese Bars


I can't even begin to describe how good these are. They are so yummy. One of the ladies at MOPS always brings these to every meeting. They always disappear. These are really easy. Especially if you use the new uncut crescent rolls that is just a sheet of crescent dough. That makes it super simple! Please try these soon. You will be very glad that you did!


Cream Cheese Bars

2 cans of crescent rolls
2 8oz bars of cream cheese, softened
1 1/2 cups of sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
1/4 cup melted butter or margarine
1 tsp. cinnamon

Spray 9x13 pan with Pam. Mix cream cheese, one cup of sugar and vanilla in a mixer until well blended.
Roll 1 tube of crescent rolls in pan and press seams together.
Spread cream cheese mixture onto dough. Unroll 2nd tube of crescent rolls onto mixture. Pour melted butter on top (I used a brush to brush it around and make sure it got everything coated). Mix 1/2 cup of sugar with cinnamon. Then sprinkle on top of the butter. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes.

These could work for breakfast or last night I took them to Ladies Home Fellowship as more of a dessert. It's great either way!

This recipe definitely Works for me!

Comments

Brandi said…
Wow,those look amazing!!!
I love EASY!!! recipes and these sound YUMMY!!! also.
Geri
You had me at cream cheese! These sound yummy, can't wait to try them!

Thanks for sharing!
Kate
3XMom said…
yummy! Sounds perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning!
{ L } said…
Oh! These sound incredible!! This is on my LIST now sure asap! lol
shopannies said…
sounds so delicious and easy i will make these for the next potluck
Samantha said…
Sounds simple and delicious, thanks for sharing !
Ingrid said…
I've made this before and it is delish!
~ingrid

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