Mike's Crazy EZ Cheese Danishes. These danishes start with crescent rolls but leave room for creativity and fun. PagesOtherBrandKitchen/CookingIncredible RecipesVideosEASY CRESCENT CHEESE DANISHES.wow Simple to make, so good. This Cheese Danish Recipe will blow your socks off!

Mike's Crazy EZ Cheese Danishes

So, I'm a HUGE fan of making delicious recipes that are EASY. This is one of those recipes! It never ceases to amaze me all the things that you can do with a can of crescent rolls!! You can have Mike's Crazy EZ Cheese Danishes using 11 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Mike's Crazy EZ Cheese Danishes

  1. You need of EZ Strawberry Cheese Danishes.
  2. Prepare 1 can of 8 oz Pillsbury Buttery Croissants.
  3. Prepare 1 packages of 8 oz Philadelphia Cream Cheese [room temp].
  4. Prepare of Quality Strawberry Preserves.
  5. You need of Sliced Or Chopped Fresh Strawberries.
  6. It’s of Essentials & Options.
  7. You need 1 of Tinfoil + Cookie Sheet.
  8. You need of Pam Butter Spray [lightly spray foil].
  9. Prepare of Powdered Sugar [optional].
  10. It’s of Fresh Strawberry Garnishments [sliced or whole – optional].
  11. You need of Cool Whip.

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Mike's Crazy EZ Cheese Danishes step by step

  1. Here's all you'll need all you'll need..
  2. ° Lightly smear cream cheese and preserves on unbaked croissants. Add chopped strawberries and roll. ° Lightly spray tinfoil with butter flavored Pam Spray. Bake at °375 for 10 to 12 minutes until croissants are fluffy and golden brown. Or, as per manufactures directions. ° Once baked, allow danishes to stand for 5 minutes to slightly firm up but, serve warm & immediately. Garnish with fresh strawberries, powdered sugar or, even Cool Whip. ° Serve with a fork as these cream cheese strawberry danishes will be a tad on the moist side..

I would like to share with you how to make cheese danishes from scratch. It is not the easiest recipe, but it is not that hard and I think with a little patience anyone could do it. This recipe for Cheese Danish starts with an already-made crescent roll dough. You get all that flakiness without the extra effort. It's made with store-bought crescent roll dough, cream cheese, and if you desire, store-bought berry jam.