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Blueberry Danish

Indulge your taste buds with the irresistible delight of our Blueberry Danish, a perfect fusion of flaky pastry and luscious blueberry filling. Picture this: a golden-brown, buttery dough, meticulously rolled to perfection, encasing a velvety layer of cream cheese, sweetened to perfection with vanilla-kissed goodness. But the real star of the show? The generous swirls of vibrant blueberry fruit filling, bursting with the essence of blueberries.



  1. Step 1
    Preheat oven to 350°. Roll out puff pastry sheet onto floured surface. Cut strips lengthwise ( 5 strips. Each sheet, once cut into strips makes approximately 4-5 danishes ). Line baking sheet with parchment paper. With each strip, twist several times. Begin creating danish by first creating bottom by simply pressing pastry to make bottom for each danish. As you are twisting each strip begin placing each in a circular motion to create a circle keeping opening/hole in middle to place your cream cheese mixture. I love the design this creates for each danish. You can substitute the baking sheet and instead spray a muffin tin with nonstick spray and create danish this way instead. You may also simply cut 4 squares in both of puff pastry sheets and use these instead for your danishes.

  2. Step 2
    Once all danish dough is prepared, pre bake for approximately five minutes to insure end result is not "doughy". Remove from oven and prepare cream cheese filling.

  3. Step 3
    In bowl blend softened cream cheese with sugar, vanilla and lemon juice. Mix with hand mixer. Add each egg, mixing after both. Once mixed, add a heaping teaspoon or slightly more to each danish.

  4. Step 4
    Place in oven . Bake approximately 15 minutes until cream cheese filling sets up. I also use fork or toothpick. When inserted to filling, its comes out clean and filling should not be Iiquidity.

  5. Step 5
    Let cool completely. When preparing to serve,top with spoonful of Blueberry pie filling, sprinkle each danish with sliced almonds and sift powdered sugar on each.

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