If you have been following along for a while, you will know that I have made a couple spins on this cheesecake in the past. I started with my Easy Sopapilla Cheesecake Bars then my Easy Apple Sopapilla Cheesecake and last was my Cherry Crescent Cheesecake. The thing that all of these cheesecakes have in common, is that they are INCREDIBLY easy to make. I wanted to make a cranberry version that would be great for the holiday season, but canned cranberry pie filling just isn’t a thing. So – I made my own, and I don’t regret it for a second! Check out my Cranberry Crescent Cheesecake below!
I made my Easy Apple Sopapilla Cheesecake a few days ago, and I had a realization. I could have been making the same cheesecake with SO MANY different fruit fillings this whole time! First, I decided to test cherry. I decided to leave off the cinnamon that I typically use on these crescent cheesecakes. The end result was an incredibly easy to make and scrumptious dessert that I will be making time and time again. Try this easy Cherry Crescent Cheesecake out today!
This Southwest Beef Bake has ground beef, onion, corn, black beans, diced tomatoes with green chilies and a flavorful tomato sauce all sandwiched between crescent dough. This is one of those easy and delicious recipes that you can make in just about 30 minutes, and your whole family will absolutely love it! Top this with sour cream, hot salsa, guacamole, lime or jalapeño and enjoy!
If you have never made Easy Sopapilla Cheesecake, you are really missing out! It is a delicious combination of crescents, a cream cheese filling and a buttery cinnamon sugar topping. I wanted to make these just a little different, so I decided to add some apple pie filling, and Easy APPLE Sopapilla Cheesecake was born! This would be a great easy dessert for anything from a holiday gathering to just a quick dessert to enjoy at home.
Cheesecake, cinnamon and sugar – these are three of my favorite things, and when you combine them magical things can happen! These Easy Sopapilla Cheesecake Bars require just a few simple ingredients and they come together so effortlessly that you just may find yourself making them way too often. A basic cheesecake filling is spread between flaky crescent dough and it is all topped with a buttery cinnamon sugar topping. You can even get crazy and top these bars with any of your favorite fruits, syrups or sauces. Save this recipe as it is a great one to make for parties and pot lucks!