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Cream Cheese Braids

 

      Yield: 1 Servings

 

      1 c  sour cream

    1/2 c  sugar

      1 t  salt

    1/2 c  margarine,melted

      2 pk dry yeast

    1/2 c  water,Warm

      2    eggs,beaten

      4 c  flour

           FILLING

      2 pk (8-oz) cream cheese

    3/4 c  sugar

      1    egg,beaten

    1/8 t  salt

      2 t  vanilla

           GLAZE FROSTING

      2 c  powdered sugar

      4 T  milk

      2 t  vanilla

For the dough:

Heat sour cream over low heat.  Stir in sugar, salt and butter.  Cool

to lukewarm.  Sprinkle yeast over warm water in large bowl stirring

until yeast dissolves.  Add sour cream mixture, eggs and flour.  Mix

well.  Cover and refrigerate overnight.  Next day - divide dough into 4

equal parts.

 

For the filling:

Combine cream cheese and sugar in small bowl.  Add beaten egg, salt and

vanilla and mix well.

 

Roll each part into a 12 x 8 inch rectangle.  Spread 1/4 of cream

cheese filling on each rectangle.  Roll up jellyroll fashion beginning

at long side.  Pinch edges together and fold ends under slightly.

Place seam side down on a greased baking sheet.  Slit each roll at 2 "

intervals about 2/3 way through dough to resemble bread.  Cover and let

rise 1 hour in warm place.  Bake 375 degrees 12-15 minutes.  Cool

slightly and then spread with glaze.

 

For the Glaze:

Mix all together.  Makes 1 cup.











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