It's really a small world. I made these for a family brunch quite some time ago. My Daughter In Law got the recipe and passed it on to her family in Alabama. I recently attended a Christmas party where these were served and I asked the hostess if she got the recipe from "ZAAR" and she said no she got the recipe at a party they went to at Ft. Belvoir Va. My Son and DIL recently transferred to Wash. DC and currently live on post at Ft. Belvoir. She got the recipe from my DIL!
I made these danish rolls for Thanksgiving morning. Everyone really loved them, they were soooooooo delicious! Will definately be making again soon. Thank you for posting this MsBold. Arlene
Wow! These were a big hit over Labor Day weekend when all of our daughters and their families were in. I will have to say that it might make 40, but no one will eat just one!! I made them for breakfast with sausage and a fresh fruit mixture of strawberries, blueberries, grapes, and mandarin oranges.
These rolls are awesome! I used breadstick dough because that was what I had on hand and it worked perfect. I topped each one with a small amount of strawberry jam, brushed the roll with a little melted butter and sprinkled with some course colored sugar. I really like these because they are so easy to make and taste wonderful!
This is very good, and so easy to make. Too easy maybe. :) I used my Norman's Golden Three-Fruit Marmalade, and it was amazing with the creamed cheese mixture. I put icing on some of them, but they really didn't need it. I'll be making this again and again and again and again. Thanks Ms Bold.
Wow this is a wonderful recipe! It took me a bit of thinking to figure out that "Slice (unrolled) crescent roll dough" means that you do NOT unroll the dough, you just take it out of the package and then slice it. I only made half a batch, and I only got 16 slices out of the can of dough. The cream cheese filling is delicious. I used fat free cream cheese and omitted the sour cream and it turned out great. I made some of the danishes with the filling, some with jelly/jam, and some with some of each, with the cream cheese filling on the bottom, and it ran off and looked a bit strange. Maybe putting the jam/jelly down first would work better, and so would making sure the wells are very deep. I did put the dough in the freezer like other commenters suggested, and it worked very well. I totally forgot to make the icing, and didn't miss it at all. I was debating whether to make this recipe or the kind where you unroll it and put it in a pan, but this way you can make each individual danish how you want, some with jelly, some with cream cheese. I will definitely make this again. It's really perfect for when you have overnight guests, since you can customize them to individual tastes.
I made these and they were great. Everyone loved them, even the dog. We left them on the plate to cool and went to the movies. When we came home our dog Lucy had licked the plate clean. Glad we all tried them before we left. Thanks for posting!
Simply put - FABULOUS!!! and very easy as well. I have been making these for a while now and I know it doesn't need another review, but when soemthing is good- you know it! Thank you for posting
HEAVEN...I'M IN HEAVEN !!!! these are so GOOD they are quite easy too.... made these & took 4 to my elderly neighbor hubby & wife took 6 to my little elderly neighbor lady and had some with her.. called my son & daughter and waited till they got here to pop them in your recipe was LOVED by all and made me a pretty popular lady today didn't change anything..perfect as is..thank you!!
These are so quick and easy to make!And so delicious.I used blueberry jam on mine.I can't wait until I get some homemade strawberry jam to put on them.That would be the icing on the cake,literally.Thanks for posting such a great recipe.