Thursday, June 21, 2012

Crescent Rolls Fruit Tart...


Good Morning!

Thank you for your wonderful comments on yesterday's post
I enjoyed reading them all.
It's always a JOY when your children accomplish something
they've worked so hard for so many years.

This week's Something Yummy for My Colonel's Tummy
is a DELICIOUS and EASY Fruit Tart.

It's an easy and quick dessert to put together and your
family and guests will think you worked hard all day.

FRUIT TART...





Ingredients:


2 cups sugar

2 packages cream cheese, softened

1 container Cool Whip, softened

2 tubes crescent rolls

Assorted fruit



Unroll crescent rolls. 

Lay flat on a baking pan, pressing seams together. 



Bake at 350 until lightly browned...



Using a hand mixer, beat together the softened cream cheese and sugar.
 Once combined, fold in the Cool Whip, by hand. 
Spread over top of cooled crescent rolls...


Add your fruit. 
I used canned peaches (completely drained), fresh strawberries, blueberries and banana. 
You can use whatever assortment you like...



Here are two different ones I made a few years ago. 
One with bananas...


One without bananas...


The tray that I used for this dessert is a tray that was
used for our wedding reception 25 years ago.
It's plastic, and it finally broke a year ago.

It was used to hold the many little sandwiches we served to our guests
and I have used it all these years for many special treats and it was the
perfect size for this fruit tart.

This is the tart I made recently for my daughter's birthday with the replacement tray...







Enjoy Your Day!  

23 comments:

  1. Looks Yummy and easy too! I would like to try it. Thank you!

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  2. Looks like a fabulous summer treat! YUM! Thanks for sharing it! Hope you have a delightful day, Lois!
    Hugs,
    Becky

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  3. That's such a pretty, summery dessert, Lois!

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  4. I have been always too scared to try to make a fruit tart, but this looks easy and delicious!

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  5. what a great treat for these hot summer days.

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  6. that sounds good... never thought of using crescent rolls for this... and I always have some in my fridge.

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  7. My mouth is watering. All the food you make, makes me so very hungry.

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  8. Simple and delicious, what a great combination for summer!

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  9. So how long does it last out at a party? sandie

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  10. Oh, my yum...

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    Following ya now, and liking ya on Facebook too, from Naptime review's hop. We're riding the wave of life at localsugarhawaii.com and I'd love it if you'd join us for the sweet little ride.

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  11. Yummylicious!! I'm drooling...

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  12. I have eaten that stuff and it is delicious!!! :-))

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  13. Mmmm~ this looks like a perfect summer dessert!

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  14. That looks so yummy and so easy!

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  15. Both beautiful and delicious looking!!

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  16. Yummy! The presentation is also lovely. This seems like the perfect treat for the summer months!

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  17. What a wonderful dessert! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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  18. So pretty! I like this better than a sheet cake!

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  19. I've decided that ALL of your recipes look and sound delicious!

    Thanks for linking up at Foodie Friends Friday!

    ~Robyn

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