Easy Drop Danish (Using Bisquick)

"This is an easy and yummy Danish; great way to start your day with a cup of Joe!"
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Ready In:
1 dozen danish




  • Mix margarine, sugar and Bisquick until crumbly.
  • Stir in milk until dough forms; beat 15 strokes.
  • Drop by rounded tablespoonfuls 2" apart onto a lightly greased cookie sheet.
  • Make a shallow well in center of each with the back of a spoon.
  • Fill the well with 1 teaspon preserves.
  • Bake at 450 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 to 15 minutes or until golden.
  • While warm drizzle with glaze.
  • Glaze: Beat together all ingredients until smooth.

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  1. I write this review with no disrespect intended. From someone who is a visual person...The picture that is featured as a header for this recipe...the grey looking danish, that looks like its got a glob of blood in the middle....if you have a better pic..it might be a good idea to change it. It is so unappetizing that it takes away from the recipe. Im so sorry if i offended anyone. It was not my intention. Be Blessed????
  2. 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.
  3. wonderful!! we loved it. thumbs up!!
  4. This is very good and easy to make! My husband liked it thanks
  5. 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!


  1. I made these as a special treat this afternoon. My hubby told me he was just going to eat a salad but the instant he saw these, he grabbed a plate and was all over them! I've never seen the man move so fast! Ha! Ha! I added vanilla and extra sugar to the dough to make it even more of a treat. I also made extra glaze using milk instead of water. I made 9 danishes with the dough. When I baked mine, I put them in at 450 for 7 minutes then turned the heat down to 400 for an additional 6 minutes. Came out PERFECT! I will definately make these again! So yummy! Thanks!


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