Monday, August 27, 2007

FuzzyWhite cooks: pastry with lemon filling

Here's a recipe for something that is quick & easy to fix, & tastes fabuloso! This is the first recipe ever shared by FuzzyWhiteDogs! It's a trial run -- if we get feedback, more recipes may be posted - if not, we'll go back to whining about lost loves and chihuahuas (which, by the way, are NOT one and the same!)

On a scale of 1-5, Fuzzywhite gives it a 5 for taste (we only post things that rate a 5)

You need:

1 pkg crescent rolls (the kind that come in a roll like canned biscuits)

1 pkg. cream cheese

1/2 cup sugar

1 Tablespoon lemon juice (the original recipe called for a teaspoon, but I like lemon.. use your own judgement in making this important decision.)

Mix the cream cheese, sugar, and lemon juice together. Take into the living room and eat it with a spoon.NO! NO! WAIT - just kidding!

Take the bowl back into the kitchen. Unroll the triangles of crescent roll dough so they're flat. Spread each one with the cream cheese mixture. Roll them up and bake on a cookie sheet using the oven temp & cooking time printed on the pkg. (If you already threw it away, 12 minutes at 400 ought to do it. :-)

# Note: Recipes on this blog will not make you thin, but they will make you happy!


Cindy said...

Sounds easy, so I may have to give it a try. Although if you have any recipes that will make me thin and happy, I would love to have them. lol

VexedAngel said...

HEY! That DOES look easy!!! I hate to bake, but I've done things with crescent rolls and cream cheese before, this looks similar, just sweet, and I LOVE lemon! :-) Maybe I can try it this weekend!

{b r a n d i} said...

Wow, simple and sounds yummmmmmy...bad girl - you know I can't eat cream cheese on my diet!!!

Brenda said...

mmmmm that does sound good! i may have to break down and actually use my stove for something other than shrinking plastic LOL
so howya doing?
it is still hot here-- we had a couple of days last week with regular 90 degree weather but it is already starting to heat up again. And it is sooooo dry-- we are sorely in need of liquid from the sky. the lakes are wayyyy down - which is unusual for this time of year--cause you know people around here love to boat.
have a great Labor Day!