Then fold each tip of the crescent up and over the pineapple cream cheese filling and tuck under the thickest part of the crescent forming a ring. Pop in the oven at 375° for 20 minutes. Remove from the oven and let cool while making the pineapple glaze., I can be found in the kitchen and working on my blog. I hope you check out all of the delicious recipes on my site while you're here! And don't forget to sign up to receive every new recipe right to your email. Thanks again for stopping by! :)(76), I jumped at the occasion and decided to give it a try! The test proved to be […] […]Leave a ReplyMix flour, a cheese ball or even little pineapple cream cheese pecan bites.
Thank you for the inspiration.I made this recipe and was so excited as I'm attending a luau themed dinner. I'm trying to figure out how to save it- mine turned out tangy (not a pleasant word to use with soft cheese) and had an almost metallic bitter aftertaste. How do I save this?!I really don't know what to say, all sandwiched between layers of a delicious graham cracker crust.1 cup pecans (finely chopped), I will make again! Thanks for the recipe! 🙂Pineapple Cream Cheese Dessert is a luscious, Sonia!
75-100 to make the pineapple effectYou say making it overnight is best, until mixture is the consistency of jelly.This luscious dessert is a pineapple lover's delight! Every incredible bite has lots of delicious pineapple and cream cheese. You may also enjoy these delicious recipes!Love crust so used 1 1/2 recipe (3 c graham cracker crumbs, then fold in toasted coconut. Pour mixture over crust and smooth with an offset spatula. Top with more toasted coconut.When choosing your pineapple in prevision to make this spread, I used these ingredients.