Today was a learning experience all about judging cooking time. The inexperienced cook has no conception of cooking time when it comes to baking. In other words we had some Danish today to get a little on the “brown” side. BUT…It is all about learning. Next time the little angels will know to check after 30 seconds when they aren’t quite ready and not wait two to three minutes. The majority of the Danish were very good.
I did have to head straight to the gym after tasting twelve of those yummy melt in your mouth sweet things that go right to your hips.
2 cups Bisquick
2 T sugar
1/4 cup margarine
2/3 cup milk
1/2 cup fruit pie filling
1 heaping cup powdered sugar
2-3 T milk
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. If using dark pan decrease by 25 degrees. Lightly grease a cookie sheet. Add 2 T sugar to Bisquick. Cut in margarine into Bisquick with a fork. Add milk and stir until blended. Place a heaping tablespoon on the cookie sheet placing each mound about 2 in. apart. Makes 12. Make a well with a spoon in each mound. Fill with about a tablespoon of your favorite fruit pie filling. Bake for 12 – 14 min. until lightly browned on the edges. Mix 1 cup of powdered sugar with milk adding a little at the time . Being careful not to get the icing too runny. It should be thick enough to drizzle from a spoon. Drizzle on top of the Danish. Serve hot.
85 responses to “Easy Danish – Our 2nd LAB”
they look beatiful
These danishes came out delicious. I love them with lots of icing on them. The more icing the better!!! lol 🙂
I made some of these danishes at home, and they were delicious! I learned how to use homemade icing too instead of buying it. This helps save money! Thanks again!
I learned that you can use Bisquick to make any bread.
I learned that you have to change the temperature of the oven depending on what kind of pan you use.
YOU NEED TO MAKE A LITTLE DENT IN THE DANISH SO THE FILLING DOESNT POUR OUT.
I learned you had to make a well with your spoon to put your favorite pie filling in it.
During this lab, i learned that you can use fruit fillings for many different things, and can make quick and somewhat healthy snacks at home.
i learned to make sure to use the right amount of fruit so that it doesnt over spill.
They look really good and tasted really good, I learned that you have to use pie filling.
By reading this I learned how to make homemade icing.
During the danish demonstration I learned that if you are using a darker pan that you must decrease the oven temperature by 25 degrees or it could possibly over cook.
i learned that if you use a dark pan to make these then you must decrese the oven by 25 degrees
I learned that you can put any kind of filling inside them and it will be very delicious.
By doing this lab, I learned that if you are using a darker pan, you must set your oven 25 degrees cooler. I also learned how to make icing. These danishes were delicious!
i learned that if you use a dark pan you have to decrease the oven 25 degrees.
Great idea with the homemade icing!!!!
I learned how to make an easy, tasteful icing
The danishes tasted very good and the frosting was great! I also learned how to prepare home made frosting which is very handy especially during the holiday season.
These are definitely one of my favorites so far! I learned that bisquick can be used for many things other than just pancakes. 🙂
Icing is one of my favorite things to eat, but until we did this lab I didn’t know how to make it. While doing this lab I learned that there is a lot more to making icing then it seems.
I learned you must preheat the oven to 450 degrees in order for the danishes to cook til they are a crisp brown.
these danishes look delicious and the way you make them seem to easy to prepare is awesome im always looking for quick and easy ways to make my family snacks
Kaley 1st pd.- I learned that you can put any kind of fruit you want into the danishes and how to make icing.
While being your assistance with the danishes I learned that when you are filling the pastries dont add too much of the fruit liquid or it will be soggy.
I learned how to make the icing by adding milk little by little.
The Danish’s that you made were delicious! I learned that you can put different fillings inside, like cheeses; it doesn’t just have to be fruit. I also learned that while putting fruit in them it is better to use canned fruit!
What I learned from this lab is that you can make icing with powdered sugar & milk.
I learned that you can fill the Danish with pie filling to add taste. I also learned that you can substitute the pie filling with cream cheese or anything else that would be satisfying to your taste.
I didn’t know that you could use bisquick for danishes. I thought you could only use it for pancakes.
I learned that you can use any type of fruit when making a Danish.
I learned you can use any type of fruit filling, but dont use jelly, because it will be messy and spill over.
I learned that the icing should not be too runny, it should be thick enough to drizzle from a spoon. I wish that we could have made these in class this year. It would have been really fun.
i learned that these are really easy to make which cancelled my other belief of these particular items being difficult to bake.
These look great! The ones we made in class looked and tasted amazing as well(:
I learned to put the filling in the danish before you put them into the oven, i honestly thought that you add the filling when they come out of the oven.
I learned that for this recipe, if you use a dark oven pan you decrease the temperature 25 degrees because it conducts more heat
i had fun helping you make these!! and i learned how to make the dip thing in a danish
I learned not to make the whole go all the way through.
i learned to not make the iceing to runny
I learned that if you are using a dark pan you have to cook on a lower temperature.
They were really good. i did’t know you could spoon in the filling.
i learned that i had to decrease the tdegrees if i had a dark colored pan.
i learned that you can put fruit and other things in them
i Learned to pre- heat the oven tp 450 degrees when making these.
i learned that if you are using a dark pan you should decrease the cooking temperature down 25 degrees.
I learned how to make homemade icing . its simple and quick.
i learned that you need to check the danish’s every 30 sec. instead of waiting a couple of minutes.
i like how the bread just make it how soft and tasty they were
I learned that you can use bisquick as the breading part of the danish.
I learned that it is extremely important to decrease the preheat to 425 degrees instead of 450 when using a dark pan! You don’t want to burn your scrum shish Danishes!
I loved the danishs!!! I learned by Watching the demo how to make your own icing
These danishes were very good and pretty easy to make and i also learned how to make icing which is very easy to do .
In this lab I learned how versatile Bisquick can be, also how to make a well inside of dough.
I learned that the icing shouldn’t be too runny, and it should be thick enough to drizzle from a spoon.
i learned to check the danish’s every 30 sec.
In reading this article on how to make these Easy Danishes and watching the demo, I learned you should place a heaping tablespoon on the cookie sheet placing each mound about 2 inches apart.
I learned that if you are using a dark pan that you need to turn down the cooking temp by 25 degrees
I learned that use actually use fruit pie filling inside the danish.
i learned that when using a dark pan you need turn the temp. in the oven lower that you normally would for a lighter pan.
i learned you have to set them 2 inches apart.
I learned that there are many different things you can add to danishes.
I learned that how to make icing to go on top of the danish.
these were very easy to make and very good
I learned how to make home made icing,
In order to make the icing correctly, you have to add the milk to the powdered sugar a small amount at a time, so the icing will not be too runny to drizzle from a spoon.
These danishes were easy and amazing the more pie filling the better!
I learned that when making them, make sure to wait a small amount of time to check if they are done, not 2-3 minutes. Also, that you should put water into the powdered sugar a bit at the time to make sure you don’t get it too runny.
easy things can taste good.
I learned that you can use water instead of milk for the icing .
I learned how to make homemade icing and that you need to make shallow hole to put your fruit filling in.
I learned you had to make a well with your spoon to put your favorite pie filling in it.
I learned that you can use different liquids for the icing. I used a little bit of Hershey powdered chocolate to make my icicing.
I learned that you can fill the danish with any topping you prefer.
The danishes are so fun to make. I like how you can put almost anything in the middle that you want for your fruit filling such as apples or cherries. I even learned how to make homemade icing!
check after 30 seconds when they aren’t quite ready and not wait two to three minutes
When reading the recipe i found out you could make your own icing with just powdered sugar and water .
i learned how easy it is to make icing and how much tastier it makes something taste
i learned you leave an indention in the danish to pour the filling in. Also, if you use a dark pan, decrease oven temp by 25 degrees.
I found out you could make an icing for it with just powdered sugar and water and I like how you can put anything in the middle that you want for your fruit filling
I didnt know how easy it is to make these danishes.
These Danishes are so very good. I enjoyed making them with my group and i could eat these everyday if i could. It would be great to have during holidays.
This was the best it was reallyt good.
to make the icing do you just mix the heaping cup of powdered sugar with the 2-3 t of milk?