Crescent Cherry Cheesecake Cobbler Is So Delicious, You Might Want To Make Two
During these winter months, it’s often too cold to go outside — which gives you extra time to spend in the kitchen baking up delicious goodies. These recipes for crescent cherry cheesecake cobbler are so simple to make, you can whip up a few of them in no time at all. They use pre-packaged ingredients, which means you won’t have to make everything from scratch if you don’t have the time.
Each of these recipes uses refrigerated crescent roll dough as the base of the flaky dessert. Combine that with other basic ingredients such as sugar, cream cheese, fruit pie filling and spices, and you have something that will make your friends and family swoon.
The writers over at The Country Cook use just six ingredients to create their mouthwatering version of the crescent cherry cheesecake cobbler. All you need is a tube of crescent rolls, cream cheese, granulated sugar, vanilla extract, a can of cherry pie filling and unsalted butter.
The recipe also offers suggestions to change up the fruit flavors based on your family’s favorites: blueberry, raspberries or even blackberry. Yum!
Meanwhile, Centsless Meals has their own twist on what they call a cherry cream cheese bake. With only a five-minute prep time and 25 minutes to bake, this recipe can be thrown together at the last minute for those surprise holiday guests. It’s awesome when you can present a dessert that looks as good as this but is a snap to make!
If you want to make your cherry cream cheese danish look a little fancier, then you need to check out CincyShopper’s recipe. Instead of a tray bake, CincyShopper created a cherry cream cheese crescent ring that has such an elegant flair, it almost looks too pretty to eat. However, with that yummy white glaze, we doubt it will last long on the table.
Like the others, this dessert requires a few simple ingredients, including two store-bought cans of crescent rolls, a package of cream cheese, a can of pie filling, sugar and vanilla. Before you know it, you’ll have a crescent ring that looks like this:
Festive AND delicious! Will you try making one of these recipes this holiday season?