Easy Cheese Danish with Puff Pastry

This recipe for easy Cheese Danish with Puff Pastry is flaky, cheesy and fruity. Impress your guests at your next brunch or breakfast!. This recipe for easy Cheese Danish with Puff Pastry is flaky, cheesy and fruity. Impress your guests at your next brunch or breakfast!.

Back in my corporate days, I was never one to grab for a Danish when the pastry tray arrived. Yes, I was more of a donut gal back then. Is it just me or did the bakery Cheese Danish sometimes seem dry?

Of course, back then I’d never had one of these! Made with frozen puff pastry dough and loaded with creamy cheese, they are flakey, tender and delicious!

I’d reach for one of these any time! This recipe for easy Cheese Danish with Puff Pastry is flaky, cheesy and fruity. Impress your guests at your next brunch or breakfast!.

What is a Cheese Danish?

But, I had to wonder, did my version truly qualify as a Cheese Danish?

Well, according to Wikipedia, the Danish pastry or Danish “is a multilayered, laminated sweet pastry in the viennoiserie tradition… Danish pastry is made of yeast-leavened dough of wheat flour, milk, eggs, sugar, and large amounts of butter or margarine.”

So, the classic dough is slightly different from puff pastry, instead made with yeast and more croissant-like. But it’s close–and making  cheese danish with puff pastry makes this recipe super easy. Plus, as I’ve said, I think they are even tastier!

I also learned that the Danish isn’t even originally from Denmark but from Austria. “When bakery workers in Denmark went on a strike in 1850, their employers hired pastry workers from Vienna. Not familiar with the Danish recipes, the latter started making their traditional goodies including what is today known as the ‘Danish’. When the strike ended the flaky Austrian pastry had already become popular in the country, so Danish bakers had to learn how to make it themselves.” (source: Culture Trip)

This recipe for easy Cheese Danish with Puff Pastry is flaky, cheesy and fruity. Impress your guests at your next brunch or breakfast!.

What Makes This a Winner

This recipe if fun and tasty and can make an impressive pastry tray with ease. And when you’re busy (you’re not busy now are you?), how important is that!

Yes, they are:

  • Easy and Impressive. While not quite a “5-ingredient recipe” (this has 7), this recipe is one of the easiest ways I know to make an impressive breakfast pastry tray!
  • Flexible in number. The way the pepperidge farm sheets are frozen, you can pretty easily cut off 1/3 of a sheet to make 2 pastries then slide the rest back into the freezer. I love being able to have a treat even when it’s just my husband and me! See below for more detail.
  • Easy to vary. If you’re making 6 pastries, you can make two with pears, two blueberry danish and two strawberry danish. Won’t you look organized then!
  • Takes little pre-planning. If you are like me and always have puff pasty in the freezer and cream cheese in the fridge, you probably have everything you need to make this. Then anytime can be time for something special!

This recipe for easy Cheese Danish with Puff Pastry is flaky, cheesy and fruity. Impress your guests at your next brunch or breakfast!.

What You’ll Need

  • Puff Pastry. This is readily available frozen and so easy to keep in your freezer! I especially like the Pepperidge Farm (not an affiliate) because it is so easy to break off a piece and make two at time (see Tips and FAQs)
  • Cream Cheese or Mascarpone. I use either cream cheese or mascarpone for the “cheese” part of the Danish. My first choice is mascarpone (Trader Joe’s is a good source), but I know that can be more expensive and harder to find. So I tested cream cheese this batch and it’s an excellent option as well. I should note that the 8 ounce tubs of mascarpone freeze beautifully.
  • Coarse sugar. Coarse sugar can add sparkle and a sweet accent to many baked goods including these. I generally prefer this to icing since it keeps the sugar and calories a little lower and is easier too. But icing is very traditional on these so I cover making it under Variations below.
  • Egg. The egg has two purposes here—to help the cheese filling set and to create an “egg wash” (mix of beaten egg and water) that helps the pastry brown. I just take out a spoonful of beaten egg to use for the egg wash rather than use an additional egg.
  • Sugar. The sugar sweetens the cheese filling. White granulated sugar or organic raw cane sugar both work well here.
  • Fruit and/or jam. I try never to miss a chance to add fruit to a dessert, so I like to include fruit in these, especially sliced pears if I have them. A spoonful of frozen blueberries or dollop of jam are others fun ideas. Or mix fruit and jam for a chunky and glossy topping.
  • Vanilla extract. This adds flavor to the cheese topping!

This recipe for easy Cheese Danish with Puff Pastry is flaky, cheesy and fruity. Impress your guests at your next brunch or breakfast!.

Step by Step Directions

This recipe comes together quickly and easily. 

You beat the eggs and remove about a tablespoon to a separate small bowl (to use later for the egg wash).  Pour the remaining egg, mascarpone or cream cheese, sugar and vanilla into mixing bowl and beat with electric mixer until well-blended.

Cut the puff pastry sheet into 6 sections. Roll each section of pastry sheet on wax paper to approximately 4 x 5 inches.

roll out puff pastry to 4 x 5 inches

Make a shallow cut (score) about a half inch from the edges of the tart. Prick the inside with a fork or knife.

score 1/2 inch from edge and mark inside with fork tine

Spread the inside section with a heaping spoon of the cheese mixture. Top with thin slices of pear (or other fruit).

top with cheese mixture and fruit

Mix the reserved egg with a teaspoon of milk or water to make an egg wash. Brush the tart edges with egg wash and sprinkle decorating sugar.

Brush with egg wash

Using a thin spatula, transfer to a lightly sprayed or parchment covered baking sheet. Bake at 400 F for approximately 10-15 minutes, until golden.

Let cool slightly or completely before serving. Two baked Cheese Danish

Variations

One of the nice things about these cheese danish is that is easy to do different variations.  Here are some ideas:

Toppings. I always add fruit to mine since I love it so much. But jam works too–or a blend of fruit and jam. And if you are completely out, plain is fine or toss in some chocolate chips—yum!

I even do an Apricot or Peach Danish with puff pastry and no cheese!

Sugar vs. icing. If you don’t have any coarse sugar or simply prefer using icing, you can easily make a simple drizzle. Just melt 1 Tablespoon butter and whisk in 1 Tablespoon milk or water, ½ teaspoon vanilla and ½ cup powdered sugar. Drizzle lightly over the pastries.

Shaping. I make my Cheese Danish with puff pastry that’s formed into approximately 4 x 5 inch rectangles—which I chose because that works out so well with the frozen pasty sheets. But you can make it into squares or circles, or change the size if you prefer. This recipe for easy Cheese Danish with Puff Pastry is flaky, cheesy and fruity. Impress your guests at your next brunch or breakfast!.

Tips and FAQs

If you want to add additional shine to your fruit, you can melt some jam in the microwave and brush it on the fruit, even after baking.

Making the number of pastries you need. The pastry sheets come two per box and each sheet makes six pastries. If you want to make fewer than six, a pasty sheet can be cut into thirds by cutting along the “fold” while it’s still mostly frozen. Just thaw slightly, slice off what you need, then return the rest to the freezer.  Cut off 1/3 of pastry sheet

cut off 1/3 pastry sheet

Cause don’t you deserve a nice Danish pastry, even if you’re home alone?

Perfectly Puffed Pastry

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Flaky, cheesy, sweet and fruity, these cheese danish with puff pastry are fun and easy. Impress your guests at your next brunch or breakfast!

Easy Cheese Danish

Yield: 6
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes

Made from frozen puff pastry, with mascarpone and sliced fruit, this Easy Cheese Danish is as easy as it is tasty!

Ingredients

  • 1 egg, beaten & divided
  • 4 ounces mascarpone cheese or cream cheese
  • 2 Tablespoons sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 sheet of puff pastry (1/2 box)
  • 1 pear (or other sliceable fruit like peach or apple)
  • coarse sugar (like Nielsen-Massy vanilla sugar)

Instructions

  1. Beat egg and remove about half to a separate small bowl (to use later for egg wash).
  2. Pour remaining egg, mascarpone, sugar and vanilla into mixing bowl and beat with electric mixer until well-blended.
  3. Cut the puff pastry sheet into 6 sections (each will be around 3 x 5 inches). Roll each section of pastry sheet on wax paper to approximately 4 x 5 inches.
  4. Make a shallow cut (score) about a half inch from the edges of the tart. Prick the inside with a fork or knife (see picture above).
  5. Spread the inside section with a heaping spoon of the cheese mixture. Top with two thin slices of pear (or other fruit).
  6. Mix the reserved egg with a teaspoon of milk or water to make an egg wash. Brush the tart edges with egg wash and sprinkle decorating sugar.
  7. Using a thin spatula, transfer to a lightly sprayed or parchment covered baking sheet. Bake at 400 F for approximately 10-15 minutes, until golden.
  8. Let cool slightly or completely before serving.

(Updated from Nov. 2017)

229 thoughts on “Easy Cheese Danish with Puff Pastry

  1. Patti

    Way too much cream cheese mixture! I would reduce to 4-6 oz. Oozed out all over pastry so it was weighted down and didn’t puff up.

    1. Inger Post author

      Thanks Patti–I have had this work but recently had the same experience, though I was using blueberry jam. I was going to retest with the pears, but I think I’ll edit it down right away.

  2. Stephanie

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    My biggest gift giving challenge is finding new unique and creative things to make for my husband every year. He buys everything he wants so it is tradition that I make him something creative 🙂

  5. meme

    my biggest challenge is my 14 year old who has no idea what he wants and doesn’t like any suggestions he has gotten so far.

  6. Kat Emerick

    My biggest gifting challenge is buying for my grandkids . They are all tweens. No more toys but now harder to buy for.

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    We have reached the age that we have everything we need, as have our friends. So we exchange homemade goodies, easy. But trying to find something small but meaningful for my husband is tough.

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    Our biggest gift challenge is my in laws they have everything and they are the type it’s all about the all mighty dollar. Ugh I hate buying for them.

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  14. Audrey Stewart

    My hardest person to get a gift for is my Dad. I usually just give him gift cards. It feels so not like I thought enough, but he seems happy.

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    My biggest gift giving challenge is definitely my husband! Every year,I think I have finally found the perfect gift and halfway through December,he shows me “this cool new thing” he got and it is always the same thing I had found! So frustrating! I told him he has to stop buying himself stuff so close to Christmas,lol! Also,I have never made cheese danish myself because I figured it would be too difficult.Your recipe looks both easy and delish! I will be making that this week,so thank you!

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    The men in the family are always so hard for me to buy for. I try really hard to listen to what they may want but I always come up short.

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  29. Stephanie Kennedy

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    My biggest challenge is shopping for my parents. Their birthdays and Christmas are close together, and I use up my good idea on birthday presents!

  34. Jennie

    It seems like what my family wants, they buy. Hard to think of something they don’t already have.

  35. Courtney

    My Father-in-law is my biggest challenge. If he wants something he buys it himself. I never know what to get him!

  36. Becky N

    I have trouble picking out gifts for most anyone, because I like to find someone something they couldn’t or wouldn’t just buy for themselves.

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    My biggest gift giving challenge is finding just the right gift for my Mom because she has everything! It is fun searching for something she will enjoy though.

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    My biggest problem is finding something for my husband as he has everything. When he does need something during the year he buys it.

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    i always have a hard time finding the right gifts for my friends and family members. they all have much different idea of great presents then I have.

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    My biggest struggle is finding gifts for the people in my life that have everything! I want it to be a meaningful yet useful gift!

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    My biggest gift giving challenge is figuring out how to make the gift personal. Thinking past the obvious and really considering the other person’s personality helps! Sometimes it doesn’t! But either way, you learn.

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    My biggest challenge is buying for my fiance’ because when he wants something he just goes and buys it! That danish looks delicious!

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    My biggest gift giving challenge is the people that will buy for themselves whatever it is they want! That leaves me clueless as to what to buy them that they will actually like and use.

  58. Marilyn Holt

    I subscribed and the Cheese Danish looks heavenly! I will be checking out more recipes. I already hit sent before I realized it was to be sent separately.

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    I am on a tight budget and I have kids that live in another state. The challenge is to find them great gift’s while being affordable and not ding me too bad in shipping!! I miss the years being together. Maybe next year that can happen. I subscribed and the Cheese Danish looks heavenly! I will be checking out more recipes.

  60. Sabrina Zehner

    My husband is the biggest challenge I have. He normally just buys stuff he needs and doesn’t really want random stuff. So I attempt to get him stuff that fixes issues he doesn’t realize he has. So far I’ve not done to bad.

  61. Kim O

    My biggest gift giving challenge is my parents. they are now in their 70’s, my dad has about everything and the only thing i buy now is clothes which can get old. my mom is very picky and has different taste so something i like she wouldn’t.

  62. Tamra H

    I always have the hardest time finding gifts for my father in law. Actually, guys in general are just difficult to buy for!

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  64. moll j

    I consider myself a minimalist and I don’t like to contribute to waste or give a gift that might one day end up in a landfill, so I sometimes struggle to find just the right gift for everyone that is going to make them happy, be of use, and not end up as waste. Thankfully, there are some great organizations like World Vision that always have some wonderful ideas.

  65. Wendy Nowicki

    My husband is hard to buy Christmas presents for because he would rather me spend money on our children.

  66. Nicki

    My husband always says he doesn’t want/need anything so I have a hard time figuring out a good gift. I usually go the practical route.

  67. Elizabeth

    My biggest problem when shopping for gifts is I usually want one too lol. I always find fun things for my sisters and mom and want the same thing!

  68. Kenny

    Certain people are so hard to buy for. I’m not a fan of buying gifts for men: my dad and brother. No idea what to get them.

  69. dianne hall

    What an awesome set! My challenge every year is for buying for my in laws. I have no idea what they need.

  70. karen

    My biggest challenge is for my sister’s kids – it always feels like a test that I am doomed to fail.

  71. Joanna Peter

    My biggest gift giving challenge is certain friends. With family we share lists, but friends don’t so it’s harder to get something that feels really special.

  72. Jill H

    Money is a challenge and trying to be creative to gift time or homemade items to those I want to bless.

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    My biggest gift giving challenge is for my parents. They are 85 and have all that is necessary for a satisfied life.

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    My biggest gift giving challenge is shopping for the men in the family it is like I am lost and am always looking for ideas of things they would like and use.

  75. Jennifer Hess

    My biggest challenge is my teenage kids and adult kids. They are so picky and have expensive taste.

  76. Sarah L

    My biggest gift giving challenge is my sister. No matter what I get her, she doesn’t like it.
    Thanks for the contest.

  77. Josie R

    The older people in my life like grandparents are always tough to buy for as well as my boss.

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  79. robin s.

    My dad is my biggest challenge to buy for at Christmas. I always say what do I get someone who has everything already. I even ask him to give me some ideas of what he would like me to get him. Hopefully, this year my mom can help me figure it out.

  80. Mary Beth Elderton

    My biggest challenge is my tween grand-daughter. Kids are fine–hot toys! The Teens are okay–Gift Cards always work, if nothing else comes to mind. But tweens?
    I’m stuck.

  81. Dana

    My biggest challenge is finding a gift for adult family members with food restrictions. Food is my go-to!

  82. Donna DePaolo

    My biggest gift-giving challenge is what to buy someone who has limited space? I want a gift to be welcomed but, not a bother. Happy Holidays!

  83. Stacie Humphrey

    My biggest gift giving challenge is buying for the older kids in the family. They don’t want toys anymore and I’m not sure what to get them.

  84. Geoff

    My biggest challenge is buying gifts for my fiance. I know what she likes and wants, but the hard part is making it a surprise.

  85. Cheryl Brown

    My biggest gift giving challenge is finding things people really want or enjoy. As my children get older it gets harder and harder.

  86. Helga

    My biggest gift giving challenge is my fiancee. He doesn’t need much and he has all he needs!

  87. Melaie

    My godfather, men in general are hard. But he has everything or can get anything he wants. But worst, he’s not very materialistic. How many books and bottles of wine can I get?

  88. Chris L

    My biggest gift giving challenge is finding things that people want/need but I can still afford to buy.

  89. Jasmine Henry

    My Mother is the hardest to shop for. She isn’t much for clothing, doesn’t wear cosmetics, and doesn’t wear jewelry!

  90. Deborah N.

    My biggest gift challenge is my parents. They are planning on downsizing their house so they definitely don’t need any more things. Gift cards seem impersonal. It is just so hard.

  91. Cassie Dow

    I think my biggest gift giving challenge is my dad. I just never know what to get him. He has six kids and we mostly get him shirts and cashews

  92. Carolsue

    My biggest gift giving challenge is my husband. Every year, I hear this: “I don’t need anything!” He is impossible to come up with ideas for!

  93. Allyson Tice

    my biggest challenge is finding gifts for my teenagers! i hate giving gift cards so i have to think outside the box this year!

  94. Chelsey

    My biggest challenge is money. I am a stay at home mom, so we’ve chosen to give up my income. It is a sacrifice easily made until the holidays roll around

  95. Melissa

    I always find it hard to buy gifts for my nieces and nephews I haven’t seen for a while. I sometimes forget they’re not little anymore and it’s hard to know what their interests are!

  96. Missy Schutz

    My biggest gift challenge is my Mom. She always gives things back that I gift her! She says”I;m really not going to use this”!

  97. Danielle Porter

    Mine is definitely for my husband. There isn’t much he wants, but he doesn’t get stuff he needs. But who wants to give him underwear for Christmas?!

  98. Maureen Ruble

    My biggest gift giving challenge is to find that “perfect” gift that is fun but yet still practical. It sure is fun trying to find those gifts though, especially when “it” turns up. P.S. Your cheese danish recipe looks perfect for Christmas morning. Thanks!

  99. Kristen Dingess

    My step-dad is the HARDEST person to purchase a gift for. It’s a struggle every.single.year.

  100. julie

    my biggest challenge are my brothers kids-they are impossible to shop for and only appreciate gift cards

  101. Gladys

    My biggest challenge would be getting gifts for my best friends because we can now each get on our own whatever we want and since we don’t see each other often, we don’t know what each person already has.

  102. Karen D

    My biggest challenge is finding the right gift for folks who can buy whatever they want. So I often gift food.

  103. beth

    My biggest gift giving challenge is for my boyfriend because he never comes out and tells me what he wants.

  104. Elizabeth

    I would say my biggest gift giving challenge is my husband’s grandparents. I never know what they want!

  105. Pat

    My biggest gift giving challenge is for my son-in-law. I don’t see him that often and he never mentions what he would like to have.

  106. Karen (Back Road Journal)

    I can certainly see why your husband would want one of your cheese danish every day, I would too. 🙂 We don’t exchange gifts anymore except with one couple but I always have an unmarked gift or two under the tree if someone surprises us. The gifts I pick are something I would enjoy keeping as well as gifting. Your sugars and caramels are a terrific idea.

  107. Ally

    My husband’s usually (comparatively) easy as we spend so much time together, so I can just write down ideas all year as he mentions that it would be nice to have something. It’s harder for my parents and sister (and BIL), though, as we don’t spend as much time together (and because my mother tends to order things immediately through Amazon whenever anyone mentions wanting something)!

  108. Susan Christy

    My biggest gift giving challenge is finding something for my nephew that has every toy in the world and doesn’t want clothes.

  109. Denise Johnson

    My biggest challenge is finding something for my Dad. He’s just hard to shop for. Also, finding good prices can be a challenge.

  110. Julie R

    My biggest gift challenge is finding the time to shop ahead. I always wait until the last minute and spend more than I should.

  111. cheri

    My biggest issue is the ones that come up suddenly which you had a great idea. Buy something in anticipation or a back up is a great idea. thanks!!

    Love, the Danish!

  112. Tim

    The biggest issue with getting anybody a gift is not knowing what they need. We send everyone baked goods, which I am pretty sure they eat!!

  113. David

    Lovely danish, Inger! Will definitely try it!

    Biggest gift giving challenge? Wishing I had enough money to give to all the local charities that need it. That’s actually true – no gift-giving for us any longer… only donations to charity. We need nothing, and there is so much need out there…

  114. Jenny S

    Shopping for teenage girls is tough. They never like the clothes I pick out and want only electronics which is boring for me as the gift giver.

  115. Angela Saver

    My biggest gift giving challenge is buying for my parents because they have been married over 50 years, and literally have everything! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  116. Darlene Owen

    My biggest gift giving challenge is for my husband as he has everything he needs and if during the year he needs anything he just goes and buys it.

  117. Jeffrey

    My biggest gifting challenge is buying for my parents. No way to sugar coat it, they are old and buy whatever they want/need whenever the need arises. Plus, they have everything. Lately, we’ve been taking them on trips which seems to work out. They get to spend time with their grandkids in fun environments. My Dad is a chocoholic, so baked goods always works, but my mom doesn’t like him eating too many sweets!

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