CINNAMON CREAM CHEESE ROLL-UPS

Talk about rolling up some love in a sweet little package. These cream cheese filled roll ups will have your tatsebuds doing a dance of LOVE! Let me give you a little background on the babies. We live in Amish Country and the baked goods that come out of our local bakeries here are soooo amazing. Just ask my brother-in-law about the giant cinnamon rolls that get requested for pick up every Christmas. They happen to come from my favorite Amish Bakery called Country Lane. Well, my mom happened to go to a bake sale from them and lo and below we have a new baked good favorite treat. Right away my baking wheels were turning thinking "how can I re-create these?"
Yum



These freeze so well and are super delicious popped in the microwave for 10 seconds.


What you'll need

CINNAMON CREAM CHEESE ROLL-UPS
Ingredients
16 slices of bread
1 (8oz) package cream cheese (1/3 less fat)
1 egg yolk
3/4 cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 stick of butter, melted (I used I Can't Believe it's not Butter)
1 cup white sugar
2 teaspoons cinnamon

Directions
Flatten bread with a rolling pin or Pampered Chef roller. In a mixing bowl, combine cream cheese, egg yolk, powdered sugar & vanilla. In a shallow bowl or pan (I use a cake pan), combine sugar and cinnamon; set aside. Spread about 1 tablespoon of cheese mixture on each slice of bread. Roll up, jelly-roll style. Dip in melted butter, then in cinnamon-sugar. Place on an ungreased baking sheet. Bake at 350° for 20 minutes or until golden brown. 

The Pampered Chef roller made the bread slices so easy to roll out! 
No one even knew this was bread, they thought it was a homemade dough!

Wouldn't these be there perfect sweet addition to a brunch! 


HAPPY "FAT" & TASTY TUESDAY FRIENDS!! Go Get your LOVE on with a recipe like this and head over to TBB  to link up your yummy creations. It's all about Desserts this week!

xoxo

39 comments:

  1. These look delicious! I love baked goods- my absolute weakness! And I'm laughing at the meme - yes, buns of cinnamon, hahahaha!!
    xo,
    Kellyann

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  2. Those look like pure heaven, I tell ya!

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  3. I want buns of cinnamon too!! (And steel, why can't I have both?!) These look absolutely delicious. Cinnamon, sugar and cream cheese heaven!

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  4. Oh sweet Jesus in the morning. Here I am saying, "It's Fat Tuesday, I want to get a donut!" And then I stumble upon this magical post that has me mapping out my route to Indiana right this second to gorge myself on this. Knowing damn well if I did I would have to jog the whole way back to NC! Love ya sweet - these look incredible!

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  5. My stomach is growling! That sounds so good!

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  6. OH.MY.WORD! That looks amazing.
    & I've got to check out pampered chef for that rolling pin. Genius using bread.
    Fun fact - I have my mom's old wooden rolling pin that I can remember using on cookies growing up. Dont know how I got it - mom doesnt remember giving it to me - I must have snuck it out one day. HAHA

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  7. My mouth seriously started watering at the sight of this picture. Even before I read the title - holy yum!

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  8. Oh my good Lord, these look delicious!!

    xx, Elise
    www.sparkleandslippers.blogspot.com

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  9. This sounds so so so so good!!! Anything with cinnamon and cream cheese, just sign me right up! I love that you said that they freeze well and you can quickly heat them in the microwave. Sounds like a dream on days you are in a hurry and need a little something!

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  10. Oh YUMM-O! These look amazing. I have one of those roller and I love it for pizza and pie crust. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. I thought this was from dough too! I can't believe it's from bread slices! I love to make dessert each week with my daughter and we are making red velvet cake this week for Valentine's Day, but we are definitely making this next week! She will have so much fun rolling out the bread!

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  12. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Blondie! Alise made brownies last night while I was cooking supper and it made me realize how much I miss having her in the kitchen and baking with her! This would be a great recipe to try with my Mini Me!! Happy Fat Tuesday! Calories don't count today!!

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  13. These look SO yummy! I need to make them this weekend!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  14. Oh mercy, these look good! I need to save this recipe for Christmas... it seems like something that our family would eat on Christmas Eve!

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  15. And I’m drooling over here! These sound so delicious, especially since I’m a huge fan of cinnamon sugar! I can only imagine how rich they are, but I’d eat a ton of them I’m sure!

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  16. Oh my word!!! This looks SO delicious!!!!

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  17. This is pure GENIUS, Andrea!!! I love you for immediately wondering how to recreate them and the-bread-that-thinks-it's-cake-dough is, well, sheer genius. They surely taste delicious and I am going to make them for the grandkids v. soon. Thank you for being the creative and sharing cook that you are, hugs x.

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  18. We made these for the first time a summer or two ago and just love them! I could not keep them around for very long at all.

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  19. I would never have thought you made these with Bunny bread! These look SO good and not too difficult. I'd def. be popping it in the microwave!!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

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  20. OMG I am so so so so drooling right now!!! These sound so delicious!!

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  21. These look SO good and I love that my girls could totally make them too. We need to try these out asap!

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  22. omg.....you are now responsible for my waistline gaining another inch. LOL These look delicious!

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  23. That looks delicious!

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  24. Mmmmm, easy to make, I think, and looks and sounds delicious!

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  25. How can you go wrong with cinnamon and cream cheese?! Look absolutely yummy!
    xoxo

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  26. Oh these look yummy! I need to make these for my boys one day soon!

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  27. Deliciously Dangerous!!

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  28. Delicious! I've made these before and they are just as amazing as they sound. We also did blueberry rolls-ups too. Sierra~Beautifully Candid

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  29. I can't believe this is made with sandwich bread. They look really good.

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  30. How simple and yummy looking!

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  31. Seriously? That easy??? :) I’d love for you to share over at Let’s Party! https://themarkandjanshow.com/2018/02/13/lets-party-8/ … we look forward to seeing you there!

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  32. I am putting these on my list to make! These so look delicious! :D

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  33. Wow, these look delicious. I have never heard of this recipe before so I've pinned to try it out! #creativemondays

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  34. What a special treat and so easy! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with us at Full Plate Thursday. Have a great week and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  35. Oh my goodness!! Those look to die for!!

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  36. Looks so tasty--I should make this for my teenager and her friends! Thanks for sharing at Party in Your PJs!

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  37. Popping over from Southern Plate - thank you for this easy, fabulous recipe! I love that it can easily be frozen because I certainly could not eat that many at one time, but I can happily take one out of the freezer and nuke!

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  38. Like everyone else, I cannot believe these are made from white bread. Ha! Was expecting some kind of fancy pastry. Saw the recipe link on Laura's blog and her rave review. The minute I saw she found it through you, I knew it would be delicious. Pinning and planning to make very soon.

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