Homemade Cream Cheese Danish

This weekend I decided to try something new so I made homemade cream cheese danish. This was easy, fun and so tasty! It was simple to do and came out so pretty. I made a few different versions of the same thing using fresh fruit.

You only need 4 ingredients to pull off this fabulous pastry. The ingredients are: puff pastry, a block of Philadelphia cream cheese, sugar and pure vanilla extract.

So how do you make it?

The puff pastry needs to be cold but not “frosty” frozen. It needs to be bendable so you can shape it, bend it and cut it according to you
1 block of Philadelphia cream cheese – room temperature
1/4 cup of sugar
2 teaspoons of pure vanilla extract

Step 1: Take a bowl and mix the cream cheese, sugar and vanilla together… Congrats, you just made cheese cake!

Step 2: You will need to cut the pastry according to the size you want.

Step 3: Place the cream cheese into the center of the pastry and put your favorite berry on it as a garnish and to add a pop of color.

Step 4: Bake on 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes.

Step 5: EAT YOUR HEART OUT!! Yumm.

If you have any questions just let me know! This will impress everyone and its so easy to make!



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