Raspberry Danish Recipe

I’ve been using this raspberry danish recipe for years!  The dough is super easy to make (don’t let the lengthly recipe foul you!) and tastes just like something you’d find in a bakery.  These danishes are very soft, they can be filled with a jam or cream cheese in the center or left unfilled.  I always drizzle mine with some icing, it helps to keep the danish and filling together.  There are several options for fillings, my favorites happen to be raspberry and cream cheese but it’s not limited to only those.  Other variations such as strawberry, peach, and blueberry are popular as well.

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This is a great danish recipe for brunches or hosting a gathering and is compliments of Bread with a Side of Butter.  I’ve made these for Christmas mornings, meetings, and birthday brunches. They are pretty to look at but even better to eat!


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