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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Strawberry Cream Cheese Croissants

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33 comments:

Kristen said...

I just saw this pinterest and it looks really good! Thanks

Kristi said...

Found this on Pinterest and can't wait to try it this morning. Thanks!

es said...

just made them... mine didn't turn out as pretty as yours but they still look good!

Anonymous said...

I also found these on Pinterest. Think I'll be making these for our work tailgating party tomorrow!

Brandi said...

Found your recipe on Pinterest too. can't wait to make these one morning for breakfast. thank you for sharing.

Shannon said...

Thanks for stopping by my little blog! Hope you tried and enjoyed these!

Anonymous said...

Are you should it is only 4 oz of cream cheese and not 8? Packages of cream cheese usually come in 8 oz.

Shannon said...

Yes, I'm sure. I make this recipe all the time, and I use 4oz. If you used an entire block of cream cheese you would end up with a TON of leftover filling that would go to waste.

Anonymous said...

I actually did end up with a good amount leftover... what could I use it with?

Shannon @www.rumblytumbly.com said...

You could use the leftover cream cheese mixture in strawberry cream tarts:
http://sorumblyinmytumbly.blogspot.com/2011/06/strawberry-cream-tarts.html

Or, if you used 8oz of cream cheese, you could swirl it around in some brownie mix and make marbled cheesecake brownies:
http://sorumblyinmytumbly.blogspot.com/2010/10/marbled-brownies.html

Deb said...

Can you make these ahead of time? And if so, how should they be stored? I can't wait to make them!!

Shannon said...

Deb,
I really wouldn't recommend making them ahead of time. Crescent rolls aren't great after they go cold. What you could do though is make the cream cheese mixture and the jam ahead of time and store them in an airtight container in the fridge. And when you're ready to bake, put them all together. Putting them together to bake really only takes about 5 minutes. I hope you enjoy!

Deb said...

Awesome, thank you so much for your quick reply! You just saved me from a disaster lol!

Anonymous said...

Do you mean granulated sugar or powdered sugar when you say "white sugar"?
Thanks

Shannon said...

Granulated. Thanks, I didn't realize I had written it out like that.

Natacha said...

These were really good!! We had them for brunch today and they did not disappoint!! Thank you!!

Shannon @rumblytumbly.com said...

So glad they turned out well for you! Thanks for visiting!

Morgan said...

Made mine with blackberry jam and they were awesome thanks for the recipe.

Shannon said...

So glad you liked them, thanks for visiting!

amanda said...

ooh this looks so good! I landed here via pinterest and am going to love snooping around, I think... :)

Shannon said...

Thanks for visiting, Amanda!

kristyn miller said...

very yummy and easy. wouldn't change a thing about it.

Shannon said...

So glad you liked them, thanks for visiting!

Mayve said...

Question. I don't have a paddle attachment for my mixer (I only have a lowly hand mixer, still saving for a stand mixer! lol) would I just use the regular beater blades the same way? I was going to ask if the lemon juice would ruin the cream cheese, but clearly not, because other people have tried it to rather good result, from what I have read. :)

Shannon said...

Oh yes, a hand mixer will work perfectly fine. :) And the lemon juice gives the cream cheese a subtle, excellent flavor. Thanks for visiting!

Anonymous said...

I have made this without the chicken and I difinitely will try your version thanks

Anonymous said...

This stuff is so good!!! Fixed it for our Biker Church the other night and they lapped it up!! VERY GOOD and VERY EASY!!!

Shannon said...

So glad you enjoyed them, thank you for the comment and for visiting!

Anonymous said...

I made your sauce to go inside of homemade croissants. Was really good. Making croissants is very easy, using the youtube video, all about croissants.

Anonymous said...

Can you use jar strawberry jam instead of homemade?

Shannon said...

Hi Anonymous- yes, store bought jam will work just fine.

Lynn Reedy said...

Hi I just made these this morning. I did use store bought jam since I don't know how to make home made jams (yet ! I do want to learn) they were very easy and quick to make and delicious ! A little sweet but still YUMMY ! Thanks for sharing !!

Shannon said...

Lynn- so glad you liked them! Thanks for visiting!

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