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Instead of buying Bisquick I did Quick Mix I used half-and-half. And I used blueberry jam. No glaze was needed for us. Thanks Anme. Made for Please Review My Recipe.
Love these. Made them using the Fat Free Baking Mix Fat Free Baking Mix (Like Bisquick) Copycat - Clone. Used Splenda instead of sugar and missed out the glaze. They were absolutely the best. Thank you for a great recipe.
These were very good, although they're not quite like the Danishes that I'm used to. I used milk instead of half-and-half, since that's what I had on hand. I also had fresh raspberries to use up, so I mashed them, added a little sugar and cornstarch and cooked them down. I used that instead of any preserves. I think I got about 14 Danishes in a batch. The glaze was also very good and didn't make the Danishes too sweet. Everyone loved them so much that I had to make another batch the next day. Will be making again (as soon as I get more Bisquick). Someone also suggested that they would be good with coconut added. I'm not sure about this, but may try it.
OMG! these were fantastic. I am not a fan of sweets so this recipe was perfect for me. These were perfect for the amount of sugar in them mixed with the bisquick. More like a sweet biscuit. I did use the reduced fat bisquick and I didn't have any coffee creamer so I used canned milk with vanilla. For the glaze I used maple syrup in place of the corn syrup. Didn't see that the servings were 20 , I made 8 huge danishes. Still turned out great. Lowered the temp to 400 just baked a few mins longer. No burnt bottoms.
Super easy and delicious! Makes a great quick breakfast/treat. Thanks for posting!
Not bad, but Danishes broke apart when removed from pan. Dough was a bit too stiff so I added more liquid. Be sure to drop very small amounts on baking pan, or you'll end up with huge Danishes. Glaze was way too runny.
Thank you!! I have been looking for a fast recipe like this for family gatherings. It was delicious!
Wow! I am very impressed. This recipe is quick, easy, and delicious! Great for using up coffee creamer before it expires. Thanks!
Very Good. We enjoyed this treat for a snack today. I used strawberry jam and used the half in half in both the danish and glaze. Tastes more like a biscuit than a danish. Thanks Anme. Made for The Best of 2008 Cookbook.
This recipe made it into our Book #231450. - Jan 20, 2008 - I really got rave reviews from the family on this one! These very fluffy and airy pastries were a good twist on biscuits. In fact, Bird doesn't like biscuits and jelly AT ALL. Yet, she was raving how wonderful this recipe was! I used half-and-half with a little vanilla extract in place of the French vanilla coffee creamer. I didn't use all of the cream needed as the dough came together very quickly. I used blueberry preserves and orange marmalade as a filling. The only problem I had came when the bottoms cooked too quickly so next time I will try maybe using Bisquick biscuit timing of 450F for 10 min. Nonetheless, everyone gave me a sad look as soon as the entire batch was gone (within minutes). Thank you very much for this fantastic recipe! ~Buddha