Berry Danish Recipe Homemade Breakfast Pastry Divine Lifestyle

Berry Danish Recipe

Berry Danish RecipeBerry Danish Recipe

One of my husband's favorite things is a berry danish. He loves danishes so much that is actually one of the first things I remember about him. He also loves any kind of fresh berries including blueberries, strawberries and blackberries. If you are searching for a blueberry danish, blueberry cream cheese pastry, blueberry puff pastry, cream cheese danish recipe puff pastry, puff pastry cream cheese danish or even a blueberry cream cheese puff pastry, then our berry cheese danish will not disappoint. We hope that you love this Berry Danish Recipe.

Berry Danish RecipeBerry Danish Recipe


Berry Danish RecipeBerry Danish RecipeBerry Danish RecipeBerry Danish RecipeBerry Danish RecipeBerry Danish RecipeBerry Danish Recipe Berry Danish RecipeDirections

  1. Set the frozen pastry sheet out to soften enough to be able to work with it. Depending on the room temperature this can take 20 to 60 minutes.
  2. Add the berries to a medium saucepan and heat to medium low, allow the berries to soften and reduce for a little bit. Remove from the heat and mix in the flax meal and chia seeds, they absorb some of the liquid, they longer they sit, the more they will soak up.
  3. In a separate dish, mix together the cream cheese spread or alternative and course maple sugar.
  4. Line a large baking tray with parchment paper and unfold the thawed pastry sheets. Cut into equal sized pieces. This step is totally optional, but I’ve found that the pastries rise better when I make a quick light cut into the pastry… Basically, these where roughly square/rectangle, so I lightly cut a smaller square/rectangle about ½ an inch inside the pastry (you can see this in images 3 & 4, try not to cut all the way through). You’ll put the filling in the center and then the pastry should rise perfectly around this vs being completely weighted down by the filling.
  5. Spread a bit of the cream cheese in the center of the inner square/rectangle then top with a large spoonful of the reduced berries.
  6. Optional, drizzle or use your finger and spread a little bit of the pure maple syrup around the outer edge of the pastry.
  7. Bake at 400 degrees for about 12 to 14 minutes, or until really puffy and golden brown.

Whether you needed blueberry danish filling recipe, blueberry cream cheese danish puff pastry, blueberry with puff pastry, cheese danish made with puff pastry, puff pastry berries cream cheese or even a blueberry cheese danish recipe, our berries and cheese danish is exactly the recipe you need. We hope that you are inspired by this Berry Danish Recipe. Happy baking!

Berry Danish Recipe Berry Danish Recipe


« Previous PostAir Fryer Buffalo Cauliflower

Next Post »How to Use Garlic to Boost Immune System

Stay Up To Date

subscribe to get new posts via email:

You May Also Like

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *