Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Quick and Easy Dessert

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Here is a very quick & easy dessert. The hardest part of this is finding the Stella D'oro Anginetti cookies. I went to four different stores looking for them. I finally found them but they were on sale and they only had 1 bag left. These are always a hit every time I make them so I usually double the recipe. Everyone is always impressed that I made them...they don't have any clue that they are just filled store bought cookies! This recipe can easily be doubled 1 pkg. (5 oz.) STELLA D'ORO ANGINETTI Cookies

4 oz. (1/2 of 8-oz. pkg.) PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese, softened

1-1/2 cups thawed COOL WHIP Whipped Topping

1 can (8 oz.) crushed pineapple, well drained

CUT cookies in half horizontally; set aside.

BEAT cream cheese in small bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until creamy. Add whipped topping; beat 1 minute or just until blended. Gently stir in pineapple.

SPOON 1 Tbsp. of the pineapple mixture onto bottom half of each cookie; cover with top half of cookie. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Store leftover cream puffs in refrigerator.

I still haven't received my Victoria Magazine!

31 comments:

Dena ~ swaddlecottage said...

Hi Cindy,

I'll have to look for those cookies, this sounds delicious!

Have a great day.

Hugs,
Dena

Mary said...

Hi Cindy,
I love Stella D'oro Anginetti cookies! I could eat a whole bag by myself in one sitting! Your recipe looks scrumptious. :)xoxo,
Mary

PlumWater Cottage said...

I've had something similar to this dessert before...yum! Thanks for the recipe. I received my Victoria yesterday...maybe today will be the day for you.

Teresa @ PlumWater Cottage

the feathered nest said...

Cindy, that recipe's a keeper. Looks delish and it's easy too. Thanks! A couple of people have mentioned that they haven't gotten their Victoria Mag yet. I haven't seen it in any bookstore either.

Manuela

P.S. Yes, it was a bunch of men that said that! So you think I should use a paste wax instead of a few coats of poly?

Sher's Creative Expressions said...

I make this recipe too. You are correct, everyone loves it and it is sooooo easy. My kinda recipe : )

Blessings!

Jacki said...

Wish I liked to cook - these look delicious.

I have two cherub wall planters very similar to your cherub in the previous post. Mine are a mottled green, and I love them. Got them for $6 each, but spent a fortune on the floral arrangements!

Jacki

Laurie said...

These LOOK so good! I'll keep my eye out for these. I love you mirror wall. I'd like to paint some of my furniture but I'm too timid.

Anonymous said...

YUMMY....those look soooo good. I've never heard of this type cookie so bet good, ole Texas doesn't have them. I sure will search, tho. Thanks for the recipe.
bj
p.s. i haven't got my Victoria, either. Country Home, Country Life, Traditional Home but nooooo Victoria !!!!

Terri and Bob said...

I haven't received my magazine yet either. I have never had Stella D'oro cookies.. although I have her flowers!

Dolly said...

I am with Mary I could eat a whole bag in one sitting...those cookies are my favorites!

My gramma used to make these...she called them cream puffs!
I had forgotten all about them!
Hmmm I will have to make them for the next birthday party!
They are delish!!!!!

Cindy, Victoria is worth the wait...she is wonderful!

Hugz, Dolly

Rosemary said...

Cindy,
Those cookies sound heavenly. I will have to try that one for sure.
I haven't received my magazine either.
Rosemary

Judy said...

I feel special I've got my magazine and since I'm home today with some kind of bug, I plan on curling up this afternoon and reading. I've browsed it but now it's time for serious reading. You will love it. I love your cookies. I'll definitely try them, they look delicious.

Anonymous said...

Cindy,

I have made these too! They are so good, and it looks like you fussed a lot! I haven't made them in a long time. Hummm, maybe it's time!

Debbie

Gail McCormack said...

Cindy, did you have to show me, I'm trying to loose weight for summer!
Oh yum!

Angela (Cottage Magpie) said...

Oh yum! Those look spectacular. I hope I can find those cookies. I also wanted to say that your blog overall is looking really good, I love all the great links on the side and the new format! ~A :-)

Mary Isabella said...

I neeed to find those cookies. Mary

ginger at enchanting cottage said...

That looks so yummy. I got my Victoria Magazine today. I was so surprised since they emailed me and said about 4 to 5 weeks. I am sure that is just something standard. I do need to make a phone call because I have not been getting my Cottage Living.
Have a blessed day
ginger

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Cindy, they look and sound devine! I love something like this. It looks like you slaved over it and it was really simple. Simple, yet elegant.
Penny

Deborah said...

Sounds good and elegant! I commented on the bean and sausage soup - made it a couple days ago. Leftovers were even better yesterday!

Hugs,
Deborah

Anonymous said...

Hi Cindy,
Those look amazing! I will definitely try them. Just F.Y.I. - my Victoria magazine arrived today! I live in So. Cal., so yours must be arriving soon.
Bonnye

Cottage Contessa said...

Mouth watering...........
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)
http://jacarandacottage.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

This recipe is so good and it has been my secret weapon. I arrange them on a silver tray for added effect. My friend asked me to make them for a party which was also being catered. The caterer provided cream puffs. Need I say more, at the end of the party, cream puffs remained - but this amazing simple dessert was gone, gone, gone! Everyone commented upon how good they were.

Julie said...

Goodness girl...how do you stay so beautifully thin with food like this in your kitchen???

Catherine said...

I hope I can find those cookie's...look's and sounds scrumptious..and how simple!!!
Thank's for sharing!
Cat

Donna said...

These look absolutely delicious! I have got to try to find the Stella D'oro Anginetti cookies!
Donna :)

DebraK from ~the Bunnies Bungalow~ said...

I love visiting your beautiful blog. It is truly romantic!.
I think I might fool my friends with those home made store bought cookies, they look yummy.

Lizzie said...

Well phooey! I hope you receive your Victoria soon! Its definitely worth the wait.

What a pretty cookie that makes- perfect for a bridal shower, don't you think?

Karen Hu said...

Oh, my goodness...anything with Cool Whip and pineapple calls my name! I hope I can find the Stella D'Oro cookies!

Siobhan said...

Now they look yummy!

tina said...

I copied your dessert recipe~ when I go to the store this weekend I'm looking for those cookies! Thanks Cindy!

Splaneyo said...

I love these and every time I pass by the cookies I think about making these - now I will have to do it!

Heather