Sunday, October 23, 2011

"It's A Girl" Pink Sopapilla Cheesecake

It has been a CRAZY past few months and those crazy times have kept me away from baking and posting on my blog. 
I am currently on week 26 (27 weeks on Tuesday) and am finally posting on the week that we told our parents the sex of Baby L.

Two weeks before my parents came to town, Matt and I found out the sex of Baby L together.  We decided that we would not tell anyone because I really wanted my mom and dad to be at the appointment with us.  This being their first grandchild and the fact that I am my moms only daughter, I did not want to deny them that exciting doctors appointment.  So, 2 weeks later during Labor Day weekend, we had both sets of parents over for dinner.  Of course, my family came for the long weekend, the whole time Matt and I having to make sure we didn't slip with "she" or "her." 

That Saturday night for dinner, I had to figure out some way to break the news in a creative way.  With all of the baking that I have done in the past I knew that the dessert needed to show boy or girl in a creative way.  Again, Pinterest is one of my favorite websites and apps right now.  On there I found a recipe for Sopapilla Cheesecake.  It had nothing but great reviews so I decided to make it.  But, I had to change it up in some way to have PINK!

Here is what I did:

-3 cans pillsbury butter crescent rolls
-2 (8oz) packages cream cheese (softened)
-1 cup sugar
-1 teaspoon vanilla
-1/4 cup butter (melted) - I used less
-Cinnamon & sugar

Spread 1 1/2 cans of crescent rolls in your pan.


In your mixing bowl mix together the cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla.

I put in red food coloring to make a PINK filling.

Spread the cream cheese mixture on top of the crescent rolls.  Then add the other 1 1/2 cans of crescent rolls on top.  Melt the butter and brush onto the crescent rolls and then sprinkle on the cinnamon and sugar.

Bake at 250 degrees for 20-30 minutes. 

Before we even pulled out the yummy dessert, Matt went into the other room and got the PINK outfit and that is how we told our parents.  We were then able to have dessert and pull out the first pictures of our little GIRL.  (We were NOT wearing the pink shirts when family came for dinner.  My mom had told everyone to wear what color shirt they thought the sex of Baby L would be.  After we told, my mom had us go put on PINK shirts for this picture)

That tuesday was the doctors appointment that we scheduled just so that mine and Matts parents could go to.  They were all able to see her in action.  It was such a fun weekend and we were so blessed to share it with our parents.

1 comment:

  1. So cute and such a yummy dessert! I found the receipe last year and man's it all the time now!