Sunday morning Butter Cake : The Backyard Baker

Sunday morning Butter Cake

by Peg Mead on 08/10/15

I ran across this recipes from a quaint little B&B.  I made it and let my staff test it out - it was promptly renamed "Crack in a Pan"!  You can experiment with all different kinds of additions - I add Pecans to the top before I sprinkle the cinnamon sugar on and it is crunchy and delicious.  You might want to add a fruit filling on top of the cheese mixture for a perfect fruity and light pastry cake.  Any way that you do it, it is sure to be a hit at your home!!!   It is quick and easy - just like we need it in this fast pace life we are in!  I hope you enjoy it as much as my staff has :)

 Butter Cake

2 cans Crescent Rolls 

8oz softened Cream Cheese   

3/4 cup Sugar

1 tablespoon Vanilla

1/3 cup Sugar

2 tsp. Cinnamon

1 stick Butter

Grease a 13 x 9 x 2 pan.  Spread one can of Crescent Rolls over the bottom.  Mix Cream Cheese, 3/4 cup Sugar, and Vanilla and spread over rolls.  Spread second can of Crescent Rolls over cheese mixture.  Mix 1/3 cup Sugar and 2 tsp Cinnamon and sprinkle over top.  Melt stick of Butter and pour evenly over the top.  Bake at 350 degrees for 1/2 hour or until golden and bubbly.     







Comments (1)

1. germaine said on 1/10/18 - 06:11PM
I should totally make this for the Littles!

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  Hi Everyone!  My name is Peg Mead and I have started this blog for all my wonderful customers who have   asked me for my recipes and for you who realize that the quickest way to anyone heart is through their stomach!!! 

I began my love of cooking in 7th grade, when for one of my classes I had to come up with a meal, cook it, and serve it to my family.  It was during the holidays and we had leftover Turkey, so I made Turkey Mornay.  It was a hit and I was hooked on cooking!

I am the humble owner of a little Cafe' that features fresh made food.  We have been featured in the Sandlapper Magazine for our homemade Ice Cream and on a local television program with our fresh Steak Alfredo.  Now I want a forum that I can share with you some of my favorite recipes - so here we are.  What better time to kick off a blog about food, but the holiday season! 

If you have any favorite recipes of your own, please feel free to share them too.  I read cook books like most people read novels!!  So I am always looking for the next great recipe!   Wishing you all happiness in the kitchen