Tasty Tuesday Blog Party – Cheese Danish Anyone?

If you are looking for a low-fat recipe…Stop now!

cheese danish

Do you enjoy a good cheese danish? Well, I know I do! If you like these, you are gonna love what we’re making on Tasty Tuesday this week!

Check out this great recipe from The Nester at Nesting Place!

Baptist Sugar Bread

  • 2 cans of crescent rolls
  • 2 (8 oz) packages of cream cheese
  • 1 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon of vanilla

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Open the crescent rolls and flatten them out in a 9 X 13 baking pan. Press the seams together so it looks like one big piece of dough.

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In one bowl, mix together the cream cheese, sugar, brown sugar, vanilla, and 1 egg yolk (you will need the egg white later).

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Mix well.  A mixer would be better, but I used a spoon. 

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Then spread the cheese mixture evenly over the first layer of crescent rolls.

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Add your second can of crescent rolls on top (with the seams squished together). Brush the top with the egg white and bake at 350 degrees for 20-30 minutes.

This is what you end up with…

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A flaky outside with a sweet, yummy cheese inside!  

This Baptist Sweet Bread tastes like it was made by a pastry chef (you), and you can feed a ton of people with it!  What a great dish for company!  I couldn’t believe how easy and delicious it was the first time I had it!

 Now you can have a cheese danish whenever you want.  Well, maybe you shouldn’t have this whenever…you know what I mean.  I did say it wasn’t a low calorie dish!  

Enjoy, and thanks for joining us for Tasty Tuesday this week!

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Comments

  1. This sounds amazingly delicious and simple! Thank you for sharing!!

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  2. That looks great! I am thinking of all the other things you could put into rolled out crescents! Yum!
    Toni

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  3. I definitely should have added my link withOUT looking at your post. ;-) Yum!

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  4. delicious… with food allergies, i’m always looking for good recipes to recreate store-bought creations that are off limits to our family! thanks for posting this one — we have yet to have a danish/pastry recipe :)

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  5. delicious… with food allergies, i’m always looking for good recipes to recreate store-bought creations that are off limits to our family! thanks for posting this one — we have yet to have a danish/pastry recipe :)

    (something funny happened with the previous link… – sorry).

  6. again… sorry… the link was in correct.

    delicious… with food allergies, i’m always looking for good recipes to recreate store-bought creations that are off limits to our family! thanks for posting this one — we have yet to have a danish/pastry recipe :)

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  7. Oh wow does that look delicious. And SO easy! I know my family would love it.

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  8. Oh my. This sounds fabulous. THanks for sharing. jean

  9. What an easy great way to make danish! My kids would love it.

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  10. Yum! That is such a great recipe. I like easy and delicious!

    I don’t have a recipe for this time, but I’m going to link to a post of mine about how to soften brown sugar. I hope that’s okay. If not, I don’t mind if you delete my link. Welcome back! I missed your posts.

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  11. You make it look like even I could make it! I like how you just buy the crescent rolls. I will definitely be trying this one!

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  12. I love this stuff. It looks yummy!

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  13. It’s amazing how many yummy foods you can make with crescent rolls and cream cheese as the base. I shared one on my blog that is great as a brunch casserole. I’ve made something similar to what you posted. I’m going to try your recipe next time.

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  14. That looks so yummy! You can’t go wrong with cream cheese and crescent rolls in a recipe! Thanks for sharing.

  15. LOVE this recipe! It’s a no fail for sure! I actually shared this a couple of weeks ago on this party! I just love it!!
    You can use low fat cream cheese and it doesn’t change the consistency!

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  16. OOOHHHH!! Thank you for this recipe. I am sooooooo making this pound cake. It sounds so simple. I am really liking this blog. Defintely bookmarking.

    Thanks,

    Lisa

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  17. That looks absolutely delicious. Can’t wait to try it…yummy!

  18. Those look scary delicious! I just found your blog and love the idea of Tasty Tuesday, I’ll be sure to keep coming back!

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  19. I LOVE this recipe. YUMMY! Thanks so much for hosting Tasty Tuesday. I always find the best recipes here.

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  20. Oh my goodness… the simplicity, beauty and sheer yumminess of this post is overwhelming! I am trying this soon & might add a fruit or preserves layer in the middle as well :)

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  21. Gayle ~ Great food tip post! It’s not just a recipe party so feel free to bring anything related to food. Your post sure helped me!

    Angela~ Low fat cheese makes sense! LOL!

    Thanks for all the great recipes everyone!

    -Kim

  22. those sound so yummy! i wonder if there is a way to use a muffin tin and make individual servings….hmmmmm…..i think i might have to give it a try this weekend and see how it turns out.

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  23. This look so yummy! I am sure my hubby would not like it though, he doesn’t like sweet stuff. But I will sure do it for me or for entertaining guests. I can see lots of great recipes today! :)
    thank you for sharing!

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  24. I love Cheese Danish!

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  25. That looks absolutely delicious, and I happen to have all the ingredients on hand! I think I’ll be asking my husband to help me make this tomorrow. :) Thanks for the recipe!

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  26. We were going to make this right now and started looking for our 13×9 pan. We couldn’t find one, and then remembered that we left it in Alaska because it was too expensive to ship! I’ll have to wait until after we make a Wal-Mart trip and can buy some pyrex dishes! And here I was all excited about a cream cheese dessert. :( Maybe next Sunday afternoon! Or maybe I should go bother my neighbors for a pan…..

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