Cinnamon Sugar Cheese Strudel

26 August 2012

Ok, I've done it again. I just can help playing around with those crescent rolls (from Immaculate Baking Co.) there's just so many ideas and so little time. So this time I decided to go with another strudel, but this time playing with flavors like cinnamon with the sweet cheese - which by the way, mmm and perfect for brunch!

Cinnamon Sugar Cheese Strudel  (Serves 3-4)
1 Pkg. Crescent Rolls 
1 8 Oz. Pkg Cream Cheese (Softened)
1/4 C Sugar
1 - 2 Tsp. Cinnamon (more for sprinkling over filling and crust)
1 Tsp. Vanilla
2 Tbsp. Flour
2 Tbsp. Coconut Oil or Melted Butter

Preheat Oven to 350˚

 Remove rolls from package, and place together on pan making a  rectangle, and slice the long side diagonally to 'braid'. Set Aside
 In a bowl combine cheese, sugar, cinnamon, vanilla and flour until soft and smooth.
Carefully 'fill' the (middle of the) crust.
 Sprinkle with a hefty amount of cinnamon/sugar blend..
  Begin to braid in the strudel, and brush the crust with coconut oil...
  Sprinkle the strudel with cinnamon and sugar.
And bake for 12 minutes or until golden brown.
Let Cool and Enjoy!


Well... said...

Oh my goodness...some drool just escaped...this looks soooo yummy!

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rxforfashion said...

You're getting me hooked on coconut oil lol! I see you often use it like the one with the magic ice cream chocolate thing:)
Love your style and culinary skills!!
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Elena A. said...

Mamma mia quanto รจ buono quel strudel,mi piace fare la colazione con un dolce cosi.Elena A.

Boomerang Plus said...

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Lady Nini said...

Wow... this look delicious!!!
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Courtney Starr said...

YUM! I have to try this!

Molly Rose said...

those look amazing, your recipies always make me want to go and try making something!

A Possible Fantasy said...

looks delicious and easy to make! thanks for sharing!

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Lau Figueiredo said...

And it really looks delicious!


OksanaB said...

wow, love the recipe. So easy. Wanna make it too!

OksanaB said...

wow, love the recipe. So easy. Wanna make it too!

Tammy Lau said...

wow..yummy:) would love to try. Hey dear, I saw your post, you went to parsons too? which yr you graduated? cool:)


Sick by Trend said...

OH SHIT! this is sooo delicious


Ileana said...

cinnamon? cheese?? So confusing! MUST try it :D

Nikki said...

WOW - these sounds ahhhhmazing!
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Fashio nutter said...

That looks very yummy. welldone.

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that looks so yummy!! :)

Julie said...

Now, THIS looks delicious!! xo, Julie

Heart of Gold said...

Oh wow that looks beyond delicious!!


SouthernBelle83 said...

that looks yummy, Imma try that soon!

The Chic Sheet said...

Yum! How do you stay so fit with all these tasty treats? LOL ;)


Giovanna said...

Delish! Must try these! They look so yummy!


Giovanna said...

Delish! Must try these! They look so yummy!


Natasha said...

OMG you were not kidding on Twitter! That looks delicious! Anything cinnamon is my favorite. So can't wait to make this!

Alita Claudia said...

Lookin soooo delicious! <3

Call me M said...

I'm definitely gonna try this as well!

alongobucco said...

This looks yummy and SO easy--thanks for sharing!

The Glossy Life said...

Wow, that looks amazingly good! It reminds me a bit of Morrocan Pastilla... except that it's made into a bread loaf.

Randomly Fascinated said...

this looks yummy and easy!
I would love to have you link this up to my linky party!