Farmers Cheese Rugelach

Farmers Cheese Rugelach

By Lily’s Cooking & Home Published: July 31, 2019

  • Prep: 30 min mins
  • Cook: 50 mins
  • Ready In: 1 hr 20 mins

Farmers Cheese Rugelach



  1. In a mixer or food processor combine 2 cups of flour with farmers cheese, butter, vanilla, sugar , 1 egg , baking soda and baking powder. Mix till all combined . The dough will still be very sticky.
  2. Flour your surface you will be working with and rolling your dough on. I used a little bit less than half of a cup of flour. Place your dough on to well floured surface. Working with your hands and some flour form your dough into a ball. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 15-20 Min.
  3. When your dough has been chilled. Remove plastic wrap cut in half. Dust your surface with some more flour, Roll one half into a big circle not thin. At this point you can spread your favorite jam on top, or leave it plain without the jame. Cut it into 12 triangle. I start with cutting into fourth than each piece in three.
  4. Roll each triangle in starting with the wider side. Place on to parchment paper about 1-2 inch apart. Make and egg wash. Egg wash includes 1 egg beaten With a table spoon of water. Brush each rugelach with egg wash and sprinkle the top with some sugar.
  5. Bake at 375 for 25 min. Repeat the steps for the second part of the dough. Dust with powder sugar when baked.

AboutLily’s Cooking & Home

My story, I met the love of my life when I was 16 and two years later we were married. When we first got married I was not much of a cook, I would buy so many cook books and try recipes over and over again until it would turn out. I never gave up and my husband can tell you I had my share of bad cooking. The more I practiced the better I got. Now we are going on 10 years of happily married. I love to cook and create my own recipe also became a baker, I have also taken interest in doing home design and decor. In my blog I would love to share with you the recipes I create, recipes I find and love to share also tips for home decor and ideas.


  1. Hi- I’m excited to try this recipe. In the ingredients list, for baking soda, is it suppose to say 1/2 tsp or Tbs?

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