Top Rated Danish Recipes

Buffalo Chicken Skewers
The combination of chicken, Buffalo sauce, and blue cheese is one of the most classic ones out there, yet it's most frequently eaten in the traditional manner: Fry the chicken wings, toss them in wing sauce, and dunk them in blue cheese dressing. But there are still plenty of ways to get your Buffalo fix without having to bust out the deep-fryer. These Buffalo chicken skewers use ground chicken, which is much leaner than wings, mixes the sauce and blue cheese right into the mix, and gets a bake in the oven. Not only are they great for parties, they're also a whole lot less greasy than their bony bretheren! Click here to see 6 Easy Recipes Worth Shaking a Stick At.
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 Boysenberry Danishes
Even if you’re a baking newbie, you can turn these out with ease, thanks to frozen puff pastry. To keep the pastries from sticking to the parchment paper, remove them right after baking. — One Sheet Eats.
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4.5
Danish-Inspired Red Kraut
This kraut is great with salty meats like pork, on a cheese sandwich, over baked or creamy mashed potatoes (try it with crumbled feta), or in a salad.A follower is important because sometimes the vegetables float to the top when you want them to stay under the brine. Find a good system to hold them down, or shove the vegetables in so tightly that a simple grape leaf or folded cabbage leaf becomes a kind of barrier to hold them down. For a weight, another vegetable chunk cut to size is pretty lovely – carrots are perfect for this.—Sharon Flynn, author of Ferment for GoodPreparation time: 15–25 minutesFermentation time: 5+ daysEquipment: 2-liter (68-fluid-ounce) jar, pounder, follower (see below), weight
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4.5
Easy Crescent Danish Rolls
Crescent rolls are the starting point for these plump homemade Danish rolls with a cream-cheese filling.This recipe was the grand prize winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest in 1975.Recipe courtesy of Pillsbury.
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4.5
Quick and Easy cheese Danish is a great recipe to have in your repetoire. It is fabulous as a breakfast or brunch item but also serves well as a dessert pastry which pairs well with both tea and coffee. These are simple to make for a Holiday morning and your family with really enjoy the addition of fresh berries, fruit compote or even jam!
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 Ball Park Zesty Black & Blue Burger
Elevate your burger with chopped bacon, spicy seasonings, and a hearty helping of Danish blue cheese for a burger that knocks it out of the park.
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Danish Kringle
This Scandinavian pastry comes in all shapes and sizes, and can vary in filling, too. This recipe, which won Pillsbury's Bake-Off in 1994, creates a salty and sweet combination with chopped pecans and brown sugar, and a refrigerated pie crust makes it easy as ever to create. 
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3.666665
These danishes are a great way to mix up your morning routine. Ultra creamy from the Nutella and cream cheese, the premade pastry dough gets an extra boost of flavor from melted butter and a cinnamon-sugar dusting. 
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3.5
McCormick.
Roasted garlic + stout beer = the perfect marinade for steak. Grill and serve with a simple blue cheese chimichurri.This recipe is courtesy of McCormick.
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2.88