Bisquick Danish

Bisquick Danish created by Chef Sarita in Aust

Alright, you caught me.... I hate using store bought mixes but I had some Bisquick in my pantry and needed a treat real fast one night when I ran out of flour so this is what I came up with!

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22mins
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ingredients

  • 14 cup butter, softened
  • 5 tablespoons sugar
  • 2 14 cups Bisquick
  • 13 cup vanilla coffee creamer
  • 13 cup half-and-half (or 2/3 cup milk for healthier)
  • 14 cup fruit preserves
  • Glaze

  • 23 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 tablespoons vanilla coffee creamer (or milk)
  • 12 tablespoon corn syrup

directions

  • Stir butter, sugar and bisquick together until crumbly.
  • Gently add in coffee creamer and half and half or milk until dough just starts to form.
  • Drop about a heaping tablespoonsful dough onto a greased baking sheet.
  • Make an indent into each Danish.
  • Fill indent with a small amount of preserves.
  • Bake at 425 degrees Fahrenheit for 10-12 minutes, or until just starting to turn golden.
  • While they are baking make the glaze by combining the powdered sugar, coffee creamer or milk, and corn syrup.
  • Drizzle glaze over warm danishes.
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  1. ozziebarb
    Love these. Made them using the Fat Free Baking Mix Recipe #266884. Used Splenda instead of sugar and missed out the glaze. They were absolutely the best. Thank you for a great recipe.
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  2. Sierra
    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.
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  3. Posiespocketbook
    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.
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  4. Posiespocketbook
    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.
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  5. Chef Sarita in Aust
    Bisquick Danish Created by Chef Sarita in Aust
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