so i think i’ve created a new recipe! …at least as far as i know. with so many talented people out there, and outlets to share those talent,s it’s becoming harder to create something that is truly original.  this recipe came about from a mash up of two other recipes i’ve used in the past. the result is a really simple and delicious breakfast pastry, dessert or coffee-sipping-snack. i call them berry danish minis.

berry danish minis

aren’t they cute? for what they lack in size they make up for in flavor! do you immediately want to make some of your own? good, let’s get started.

here’s what you’ll need….

1 package pillsbury crescent rolls (or one of those new fancy crescent sheet things)

4 oz softened cream cheese

1/4 tsp vanilla

1 1/2 tbs sugar 

1/2 cup jam OR 1/2 cup fresh berries (mashed and mixed with 1 tbs sugar)

[for this recipe i used 1/4 cup cherry jam and 1/4 cup blueberrie/blackberries. i wanted to try both]

step one: preheat oven to 350. open your crescent rolls and split at the seam into two sections. unroll unto a lightly floured surface.

berry danish minis - step 1

step two: seal the seams with your fingers. roll out dough until about 1/4 inch thick.

step three: combined softened cream cheese, sugar and vanilla. spread evenly onto both pieces of dough.

 

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step four: spread jam OR mashed berry/sugar mixture on top of cream cheese.

berry danish minis - step 2

step five: roll up dough lengthwise.

berry danish minis - step 3

step six: sliced rolled dough into eight even sections.

step seven: place cut sections into a lightly greased mini muffin tin.

berry danish minis - step 4

step eight: bake for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown on top. then, allow to cool in pan for about five minutes.

berry danish minis - baked

step nine: remove from pan and lightly sprinkle with powdered sugar.

berry danish minis - powdered sugar

step ten: devour

berry danish minis - 2

talk about yumminess! and super easy, right? told ya!

berry danish minis - step 3

so what do you think? will you be giving my berry danish minis a try? i sure hope!


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  • Anonymous at

    Those look wonderful! What a great idea!

  • Anonymous at

    Those look wonderful! What a great idea!

  • Anonymous at

    I make something very similar but add milk chocolate chips and nuts. Drizzle the tops with white powdered sugar drizzle and chocolate drizzle.

  • Ali Richardson at

    I think step 10 will be my favorite step :) YUM!

  • Celeste at

    This recipe looks awesome!!! I am writing this down right now, and hope to make them soon!!! Thanks for sharing!!

  • Anonymous at

    These look incredible! Can’t wait to make them for the next get-together or church potluck/breakfast! Thanks for the recipe!!!!!

  • mrs.hively at

    I brought up your blog to show our parish quilters the pretty quilt you made and we got sidetracked by the danishes! Thanks for the inspiration!

  • Diane McReynolds at

    So easy to make and so yummy..thanks for sharing

  • Samianhill at

    Question for you! I just made these and they just seem too gooey in the middle and don’t look as nice and neat as yours. They are browned on the outside. Do you think I just didn’t cook them long enough? Or perhaps used too much filling? I used a store brand crescent dough that probably isn’t the best. I’m just wondering how to get the inside dough cooked enough without overcooking the outside. Thanks for any tips!

  • Anonymous at

    You can also use pie filling, YUMM!

  • Penny at

    What a great idea. I will be experimenting with these. you mentioned a sheet pastry dough. Did you mean puff pastry? I just found your blog and look forward to spending some time here. I am also addicted to Pinterest.

  • addy at

    Oh my gosh – I follow you on Pintrest and discovered your blog and am completely enamored! I’m so trying these danishes soon!!

  • Anastasia from MN at

    Made these this morning after seeing on Pinterest. I microwaved 1/2c strawberries, 1/4c crandberries and 1/4c blueberries (what was in the freezer ;)) w/1T sugar and then blended. AWESOME! Thanks so much!

  • Erin at

    These were so easy to make and tasted amazing! I didnt have any mini muffin tins so instead I put each danish in a standard sized paper baking cup and placed them on a baking sheet. The danishes fell over slightly and ended up looking really pretty. I used two different kinds of jam: a berry mixture and apricot-pineapple. Sooo good and no pan to scrub. Yay!

  • A Virtuous Wife at

    Oh Michael, I’m so glad I didn’t give up sweets for Lent! I’m doing a test run of these little beauties tonight and then making a batch for my children’s school’s teacher lounge. I’m sure they’re going to be delish! I can’t wait to poke around your blog some more!

  • Susan at

    Hi can you tell me if the crescent roll dough would be the same as ready made puff pastry, as I live in the UK and we don’t have the crescent roll stuff? Thanks, Susan

  • Anonymous at

    I think I will be using this at my daughter’s upcoming baby shower. What a cute idea!

  • Brenda Schuerman at

    Looked so good I dropped what I was doing and made these for breakfast for the family. Thanks.

  • Anonymous at

    Yummy!

  • Terri Bailey at

    Oh, my, delightful, and adorable, so cute, thanks for sharing your world.
    I too, am an inn owner, always on the hunt for lovely things for my guests.

  • Carrie's Sweet Life at

    Thanks, these were a big hit. I can’t wait to make them again with more flavor combos, so simple and tasty.

  • beaner at

    These look excellent, I can’t wait to try them

  • Melinda at

    These are delicious! And the Nutella rolls are maybe even better.

    Both recipes worked well with Grands layers biscuits.

    Forgot to sift my powdered sugar, so there were lumps, but otherwise, just right!

    Thanks!

  • lizabet at

    I made these this morning with a few adjustments: I used Splenda in place of sugar, low fat cream cheese, and no sugar added cherry pie filling. Even my 12 year old son loved them!

  • catering Fort Lauderdale at

    Making a ‘mini’ variety for your baked goods is a good idea so that they can be served as appetizers or small treats for a get-together with family and friends. There is plenty to go around and people will get enticed to have one or two because of the aroma and appeal that your berry danish minis have.

  • Aurelia at

    They are beatiful!!! Congrats for creating a new recipe!;-)

  • Mindy at

    Made these today and used lemon curd. mmmmmmmmmmmmm!

  • Marina at

    Just made these for our Teacher’s back to school day brunch! They are delicious…yes, I had to try one! The teachers are going to love them. Thanks!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Oh perfect! I hope they enjoy them! Thanks for letting me know!

      xo Michael

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