Cinnamon Cream Cheese Roll-Ups
This super-addicting recipe comes to you from Amish country! Cinnamon Cream Cheese Roll-Ups are an easy dessert recipe for any occasion. This cream cheese recipe is simple and completely satisfying. Your kids will definitely ask for more! These are nicknamed Amish Crack Sticks because your family will just love them. Cinnamon and cream cheese make this dessert an instant classic.
Preparation Time10 min
Cooking Time20 min
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Nov 28, 2018
Nothing goes better with a warm and gooey dessert than cream cheese right? I love that you turned this dessert into a roll up that you could dip if you wanted. I know some friends that would love to dip these in caramel sauce. They are always looking for new ideas for party trays too.
Jul 03, 2018
Cinnamon Cream Cheese Roll-Ups are my new favorite treat. So easy to make with simple ingredients. I love that they are baked and not fried, so much easier, and not at messy. So far I have only made them as written, but I definitely plan on experimenting with flavored cream cheese, and maybe adding some Nutella to the cream cheese mixture.
Aug 27, 2017
These look like they would not only be a great treat, but also easy and quick to make. They would be pretty rich, so I dont think I would eat too many of them. They would be a great addition to any brunch. I bet the kids would just love them!
Jul 26, 2017
What a simple and tasty treat! It's really easy to make, and I'm sure it'll be a hit in your household as well as mine. Has anyone tried making this with one of the flavored cream cheeses like strawberry or blueberry? I'd also like to try adding a bit of vanilla extract to the cream cheese next time we make these.
Aug 27, 2017
Using flavoured cream cheese sounds wonderful!
Jul 18, 2017
This recipe looks so good. My favorite combo is cinnamon and cream cheese. There's just something so delicious and gooey about it. I am wondering what type of bread would be best for this? Are we talking about plain old white bread? Is that really thick enough? What do you all think? I bet you could spread the filling over a Pillsbury Crescent crust as well and it would come out great.
Jul 15, 2017
Wow! When I first saw the picture for this recipe I thought it would be more involved than it really is. This is so simple to make. It is about as much work as making French Toast. Maybe even less, because these are baked in the oven, so no standing over a griddle or frying pan until they are all done.
May 31, 2017
Mmmm, very very tasty! We were not quite sure when to eat them so we had some with mid morning coffee, then some more after lunch and by mid afternoon they had all been devoured, lol. We still do not know when they are supposed to be eaten but they were absolutely delicious and we all want some more!
May 27, 2017
What a fun recipe to make with kids, and what an addicting treat! It's like a creamy cinnamon sugar toast! Love it! I will make these for breakfast this weekend. I know my family will enjoy them with coffee and milk. I will serve these with fresh fruit to add a bit of healthy to our breakfast.
Mar 07, 2017
Super simple to make. Good to make with the kids. Make sure to use fresh bread. If it is dry at all, it may crumble some before flattening out. I am not confident it would work very well with store bought gluten free bread, since it is drier You probably have all the ingredients in your kitchen right now!
Mar 02, 2017
I would be the fattest person ever if I were Amish. Their recipes are....divine...these cinnamon cream cheese roll ups are not disappointment. They are so easy to make as well. In my house we love cinnamon and sugar so I knew it would be a big hit and they taste absolutely delicious.
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