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These swirls come with a delicious surprise!
Here’s a dessert I never would have thought of on my own! Of course I had had cinnamon swirls before, but never like this!
I was visiting a friend and as soon as I stepped into her apartment, I knew she had baked something amazing. The flavors lingering in the kitchen were so incredible that they made my mouth water! As she was pouring me a cup of coffee I was wondering what she had baked. I knew there was cinnamon – but when she served me a plate filled with this creamy yumminess, my mind was blown.
There were cinnamon swirls, alright, but what was all that delicious, creamy stuff? And how on Earth did she make this lovely dessert? I had so many questions that she started laughing, and shared her recipe with me.
Instead of adding frosting or a glace, she had decided to use her favorite cream cheese filling recipe and make it a bottom layer in this so-called “casserole”. I wouldn’t have believed it, but it turned out incredible when baked!
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Quick Tip: Use low-fat ingredients if your worried about your calorie intake.