I took a personal day today just to relax from the week since it's been pretty crazy and take care of some things I've been wanting to do/need to do. Like make Sopapilla Cheesecake, a creation from My Yellow Umbrella. I bought the ingredients weeks ago, and the crescent rolls were about to expire, so I made it! I did the reduced fat version to try and make it better.
2 tubes of reduced fat crescent rolls
2 packages of neufchâtel cheese
1 cup of sugar
1 tsp of vanilla
3 tbsp melted butter
Sugar and cinnamon for sprinkling
Make one layer of dough in a 9x13 dish. . .
Cream the sugar, vanilla and neufchâtel cheese together. . .
Spread the mixture over the dough and add on the second layer of dough.
Mmmm! Spread the melted butter on top and sprinkle sugar and cinnamon on top. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 20-30 mins.
I couldn't wait for this to be done!
I think it looks so pretty, and it tastes delicious!
I haven't cut a slice out yet, just taken a taster ;-) But when I do, I'll take a better picture and edit the post. Thanks to My Yellow Umbrella for the delicious creation!
Edit 10/07: I ate it all before taking a picture. It was too good I kept getting distracted by the yumminess in my mouth!