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Cream Cheese Squares

Cream Cheese Squares recipe
photo by:kraft
You can make these glorious Cream Cheese Squares in less than an hour, thanks to refrigerated crescent dinner rolls. Perfect with coffee or for dessert.
15 min
50 min
24 servings
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I made these for the first time and everyone loved them. Great taste!
Delicious and easy. Everyone request I bring this to family get togethers. I drizzle a powdered sugar glaze on top, my family has a major sweet tooth!
As with the other commentors, my squares did not turn out as tall as the pictures. This recipe was easy to prepare. They tasted good, but maybe a touch greasy from the cresent rolls.
This recipe tasted excellent, I would give it a five star rating on taste. On appearance though, this recipe earned a three star becuase they are not as thick as they appear in the picture, but don't let the look foll you-they are delicious! Everybody asked for the recipe!
They didn't really turn out like the picture at all-and I did use the 10oz cans of crescents as others suggested. They were pretty thin and flat looking. The cream cheese filling was tasty, I added lemon zest and frozen blueberries-mmmm. You do need to eat them right away or the bottom crust becomes very soggy.
We loved this recipe. I made it different the second time. Instead of using crescent rolls. I used yellow cake mix. I mix my cake mix with only 1 egg, 1 tsp. vanilla flavor,and a stick of melted butter. Patted by hand in the pan. Crust higher on edge. It Was Great. We love trying new things. I will keep making this recipe too.
Instead of sugar I used sugar substitute and found that there is no difference in taste.
I made this recipe with puff pastry. Also, brushed top layer with milk, then sprinkled the cinnamon sugar on top before baking. Baked required number of minutes until top was brown and crispy. My guests loved it and said they would make it for their guests. Anne
Good, but I wish the topping had been a little crunchier. Try crescent rolls next time with strawberry cream cheese and walnts. Yum!!!
The first time i had this recipe a friend made it for my first baby shower, i loved it and so did all my guest. I got the recipe from my friend and made it for my family and friends and they loved it to, so for every holiday i make 2 pans of it.
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