We did not enjoy this at all. In fact, I had to throw most of it away because nobody liked it. It was so sweet, it made me ill.
I'm always surprised by cooks who can't read a recipe and realize what something will taste like. Of COURSE it's sweet, I've never had a savory danish. That being said I modified this recipe because I didn't want to make that much for just two people. Instead of lining up in a bundt pan I laid one package of rolls flat on a pizza sheet (round) seven outside and one in middle. I prepared the individual rolls per directions (except I used brown sugar) then baked for 17 minutes at 350F. Oh I almost forgot to mention I added some white sugar to the cream cheese before putting inside the biscuits. Anyway they came out crisp on the outside. Sweet inside and very gooey. Well worth a five rating.
I made this and everyone loved it, than made it for the office and people asking for recipe...loved it again
I made this for dessert last night and we loved it. I love anything citrus and the orange flavor really comes through. I left off the pecans since they are not a favorite of DH but otherwise made as posted. I didn't have any sugar/peel mixture left so I sprinkled some orange rind and a little sugar over the top before baking. Thanks for posting a keeper! made for PAC Spring 2009.
Love the simplicity of this dish...very easy way to prepare which is a huge plus for a busy family. DH said that there needs to be more pecans so I will have to adjust that the next time I make this. I do not own a bundt pan, so I butted all the biscuits up tight in a 9x13 cake pan which worked wonderfully. I will be taking this dish to the next ladies function at church as I know it will be a real crowd pleaser. Thanks Nott for sharing this recipe. Made for Spring PAC 09
This is a wonderful recipe. It is worth trying.