Although I might stop with this recipe, it just might be extremely perfect!
I added pecans, because ... why not.
Smear the cheesecake mixture on on layer of crescent roll dough. WHY did no one tell me, that they make crescent roll dough in SHEETS? You don't have to mash the perferations. How long have I not known this? Do I live in a CAVE? WHY didn't they make this from the very beginning of crescent roll time? OK enough already, I am very happy now.
I added chopped pecans to half of the top. Because a good Louisiana girl does that you know. We always have a stash of puhcahns around.
I know your mouth is watering.
The original side of the recipe, just for tasting purposes of course.
Yum, yum, yum. Oh, do I have to wait for coffee in the morning for my third helping?
Tip, I used low fat cream cheese. I also used sugar substitute (splenda). That makes them guilt free, so you can just nibble away as you please. Also, I have heard of people adding jams and fruit to the inside. But for me, just give me the original, it just is too perfect.
Instructions: Unroll and spread 1 can crescent rolls on bottom of un-greased pan. Combine softened cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla. Spread mixture over crescent rolls. Unroll and spread remaining crescent rolls over mixture. Spread melted butter over the top and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-30 minutes.
We have been complaining about our comforter for a while now. It had a satin underside and would slip off the bed during the middle of the night. Depending on who pulled the hardest, it slid right over to their side. And it really only needed for someone to roll over and the comforter went with them. You don't think of these things when you buy one.
Out with the old - only about a year old, but hating it. Long king sized shams, a jumble of pillows, just because, that is how they usually ended up.
In with the new....
I first found the quilted coverlet at Homegoods. Popular item and hard to find one that didn't have a busy pattern or color. It works! It does not slide and stays right in place all night long, and cozy warm too. I found a light tan quite neutral one. The grid pattern is nice. I think the brand was called Gramercy Hill.
We had the fluffy throw in dark chocolate brown. The pillows are from my favorite outlet. Rose Tree. I went with three euro square shams and a smaller print pillow in front of each.
I have talked about the quality of these before. Love the ruffled edge the braid trim. Nice heavy weight polished cotton on the small ones.
And if I am longing for a splash of color in the summer I can flip the Euro's over and add a colored small square to the mix. This foral side is really the front, but I was attracted to the back brown pattern.
Hubby makes the bed each morning, I think the three by three pillow arrangement will be much easier.
The small pillows were the bargain, they were found in the five dollar bins. I had to dig to find three matching ones, oh the thrill of the hunt. Uh, ohh.. looking at this photo I might need to paint the walls a more vibrant color........ but for now, I love it!
Now remember it was more about a trip with my daughters, so there was more talking and less actual shopping. But at Laurie Anna's I found these bookends and narrow tray. Both are ceramic and blend with my Annie Sloan painted tables well.
At Paul Michael's shop I found a box of four nests and eggs, gave two away to Ann Marie and Melissa and brought two home for me. The other purchase from there I can't show you. It's for my Mom's lakehouse and she reads my blog. I want to surprise her.
Spring is around the corner. I have to tell you it was a good day and great deals. The most I paid was for the bookends ~ 15.95 for the pair!