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PHILADELPHIA-Cherry Danish Dessert

PHILADELPHIA-Cherry Danish Dessert recipe
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Skip the line at the bakeshop and make these scrumptious PHILADELPHIA-Cherry Danish Dessert squares at home. Prep time: just 15 minutes.
15 min
1 hr
24 servings
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My family LOVED this! I was so suprised it was that good. This is a perfect dish to take to a brunch!
Incredibly easy to make! Everyone enjoyed it! I made 3 of these this past weekend and am being asked to make more!!!!!!!!!!! Thanl You!
Everybody at the church social hour loved it. I did not have a piece left to take home.
VERY EASY!!!!! My 7 yr old daughter said it was best breakfast danish she has ever eaten. She made sure I set aside one piece in fridge before she would let me take the pan to work. She knew my coworkers would eat up entire danish in no time which they did!
I just made half of the recipe and left out the egg white. My son and grandson came over and they said they could eat the whole thing in one setting. They loved it and my son said I had to send a piece home for his wife. So today I'm making the other half. Great .... I also sent it to my cousin. I'm sure she is going to like it just as much as we did.
I think this dessert was good. I gave it only three stars but, I think it was of my own fault. First of all, I used two 10 ounce tubes of crescent dough instead of two eight ounce tubes and baked it in a glass pan, so I had to bake the dessert a little longer than called for in the recipe. Then I made the icing which was quite a disappointment! It didn't look anything like the picture, but was a clear, watery mess. After refrigerating it, the top crust was very doughy, except for around the edges. Maybe this was because I used too much pastry, baked it in the glass pan, or the icing absorbed into it. Anyway, I will try this recipe again but, next time I will use the correct size tubes of pastry, maybe bake it a little longer or use a metal pan, and I will use a different icing recipe---perhaps one made with some cream cheese. I look forward to trying this again. Thanx!
Very quick and easy to make.....was a big hit with my family and they LOVE their cheesecake!
I made this for work and everyone loved it. Half of it was gone before we even started serving the meal. Everyone kept sneaking peices through out the day.
I have made this three times so far, and everyone loves it.
I made this recipe for my boyfriend's birthday and instead of cherry I used strawberry filling. It was alright. Though what made a pretty big difference was the fact that I didn't have some of the ingredients. I couldn't find my vanilla that goes in it and I also didn't get 2 cans of cresent rolls i got one! Unfortunately I got stuck using buttermilk rolls for the top layer.. YUCK! But those of you who try to make this recipe make sure your prepared! Maybe I'll try it again sometime and it will be better.
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