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Cream Cheese Clouds

Cream Cheese Clouds recipe
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Cinnamon, sugar, butter and, best of all, cream cheese make for delectably sweet biscuits, warm from your oven.
10 min
35 min
12 servings
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this was really good. the only thing i changed when i made it was that there was no butter. next time i would cut down how much sugar i used. i also used a muffin liner and it stuck to the bottom of it. but very good overall.
I have made these several times, and I think I prefer the variation with the Italian seasonings vs. the cinnamon and sugar. Whatever the combo, it is a hit when I take them to share with family and friends!
I love these!!!!! : )
This is very good and easy to make. I think next time I'll try mixing the cream cheese with Vanilla Extract and not use quite so much cream cheese.
This was delicious and SO easy to make. This is great anytime, but it wows a crowd and they don't have to know how easy it is! :)
If you really want to make this special, substitute 1/2 teaspoon of your favorite jelly on top of the cream cheese in place of the cinnamon. We did this for a Sweetheart Breakfast at church. . . . Everyone wanted the recipe.
This is great when you are looking for a sweet morning treat. I'll make this again for a special occasion or when my husband and I don't have to eat the entire serving size (12 rolls).
Wonderful for breakfast or dessert. Putting the cream cheese in the melted butter was a little messy though. Everyone was suprised by the cream cheese in the middle. Delicious.
OK, this is the greatest, and easy to do even with kids and so yummy! However my variations make it even better. I reduce the amount of cream cheese in each one to about half. This still leaves plenty of filling and makes it not so rich. I lightly freeze the cream cheese, cut it in pieces, then dump all into melted butter. Strain, dip and roll in sugar mixture. I use regular size refidgerated rolls, some some in flavors with honey or cinnamon. Anyway, I have made these often and everyone loves them, especially right out of the oven. Enjoy!
This is a fast and easy recipe. The only thing I do different is beat the cream chease,1/2 the butter and sugar mixture together before filling the clouds.Then top with remaining butter and sugar mixture. Very tasty. I even have my husbands police squad request these for breakfast once a month.
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