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wonderful!! we loved it. thumbs up!!
This is very good and easy to make! My husband liked it thanks
I thought these turned out quite well. I usually like to make things from scratch, but the Bisquick was the easy way for the morning. I didn't change a thing with the recipe. However, it only took 10 minutes @450 until they were done in my oven. Hubby ate 3 in one sitting. Thanx for a tasty recipe that's easy!
Very easy to make, but also easy to burn. 8 minutes was enough for mine. They don't taste quite like a danish should, but still delicious. As an alternative, we put cream cheese with jelly in some. The second batch was cream cheese filling and chocolate drizzle in place of the glaze.
What a delicious and easy recipe! Perfect for breakfast or quick snacks/desserts. Will definately be making again!
I had memories of my mom making these when I was young, they used to be on the Bisquick box. I just made them this morning and DH and DS enjoyed them. A nice change from a typical biscuit and jam, but with not much more effort. Made mine with skim milk and half raspberry jelly and half orange marmalade. Thanks for posting!
These were alright. The kids liked them alot. I made them with homemade strawberry jam. They really just taste like a biscuit with jam on them but are really worth the little effort that they take. I'll be making them again.
These were simple, easy, and fun. I baked these for only 8 minutes, and the ones on the lower rack were burned on the bottom. Next time I'll watch them more carefully!
These danish's were absolutely wonderful! I used strawberry jam. Thanks so much for sharing!
These Danish are delicious. I used butter for the dough and seedless raspberry jam for the center. Really easy to make too. Great with a glass of milk or a great cup of tea, coffee, or hot chocolate.