Tasty! Just make sure you check on them, because mine were done in fourteen minutes.
ooH good to know!!
Agreed! I checked mine at 12 minutes and the bottoms were completely burnt black! They were tasty once we cut the bottom half off, though.
Oh no! Crazy how differently ovens run-I will adjust that in the recipe, thanks!
Wait. These aren’t addictive….are they?
Could I use cinnamon rolls? Do you think they would stay flat enough? Really want to make these but don’t have crescent rolls on hand.
hmmmm, not sure
A little tip on slicing the dough. Use dental floss! Wrap around the dough and pull ends together. Works like a charm. Doesn’t squish the dough. I just found your site and can’t wait to try some of the delish recipes.
They came out looking just like your pictures and as good tasting as they looked! My family loved them. Thanks!
I’ve found with crescent rolls you have to use a really good baking pan (light colored) with parchment to avoid them burning on the bottom, for anyone who was wondering about what pan to use. If I ever use a darker shade of pan it totally will burn crescent rolls every time.
That said, I used my light baking pan w/ parchment and these turned out perfectly. So delicious. Thank you for the recipe!
You r very welcome!
These were awesome, thanks so much for posting the recipe!
glad u liked them!!
These danishes look awesome! Can they be made the day before?
prob better served fresh
Love these recipe s thank you so much indoors a lot in Minnesota dulling the months of November through February greatly appreciate these tasty treats and ideas recipe s are delightfully lovley yum
Open container of rolls and do no unroll them. Use a sharp, serrated knife to cut through them like slice/bake cookies. Make 8 slices.
Lay each slice on a parchment lined cookie sheet.
Use a measuring cup to flatten each roll out and build a small wall around the edge.
Use a drop of flour to prevent sticking and press with your fingertips, too.
Electric mix cream cheese, sugar and vanilla until smooth.
Dollop a small amount into each \"danish.\"
Add some chips.
Bake at 350 for 12-18 minutes.
Let cool and add a drizzle of glaze.
Combine milk and sugar and drizzle on danishes. Can use a pastry bag, if desired
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