Blueberry Danish Puff

Thanksgiving is tomorrow and I could not be more excited!  All my extended family is in town and it is going to be a great time!  I love my family!  They are all such funny and amazing people.  Because I love them all so much, I am going to be taking a break until Sunday.  Don’t worry, I’ll be back Sunday with another great recipe! :)  Also, the winner for the Shabby Apple Dress will be announced at 4:00 pm tonight so be on the look out!  You will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner will be announced so you don’t want to miss out.  Be sure and check back in!

Today, I am going to share a YUMMY dish that would make a great dessert or a nice and fancy breakfast!  My mom and I made this for our family and it was gone within minutes!  Everyone LOVED it!  How could you go wrong with a pastry?!  It was amazing!  Give it a try, you are going to love it, too!

 

BLUEBERRY DANISH PUFF

1 box puff pastry {2 sheets}, thawed to room temperature

 

Filling

1 (8 oz.) package cream cheese, softened
1/3 cup sugar
1/2 tsp. Almond Extract
1-1/2 cups frozen blueberries

 

Frosting
1 cup powdered sugar
3 Tbsp. Heavy Cream
1 tsp Almond Extract
3 shakes of salt
chopped almonds (optional)

 

Lay one whole pastry sheet onto a greased cookie sheet.Mix softened cream cheese, sugar, and almond extract together until well blended.  Spread on top of pastry sheet.

Top with frozen blueberries.

Cut second puff pastry sheet into 10 long strips.  Weave strips on top of blueberries.

Bake at 375 F for 25-35 minutes or until golden brown.

You can pipe the frosting on for a fancy effect and sprinkle with chopped almonds if desired.

Enjoy!

 

I hope all of you have an amazing Thanksgiving!

 

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  1. Kelli @ RTSM

    That looks so good! I always want to make fancy stuff with puff pastry but I'm kind of scared of it:) I'm pinning this for later! Stopping by from TT&J.

  2. Jenny@daysofchalkandchocolate

    I'm your newest follower. I'm completely hooked on your blog and recipes. Love your photography too…everything looks so delicious!

  3. amyg @ My 3 Monsters

    Do you know how many of your delicious looking recipes I have pinned?! Are you kidding me with this one?! It looks too delicious for words. Thanks for all the great recipes.

  4. This is my family's absolute new favorite breakfast! However one is not enough, I would suggest making two at a time because it goes fast and leaves everyone wanting more!

  5. I can't even tell you how much I love this recipe. I follow your blog and you have made some pretty darn tastey things, but this is by far my favoirte!

  6. Thanks for the recipe! It's already been made and it was great. We made it without frosting but sprinkled Cane Sugar on top before baking it. A very quick and delicious cake. As you say in danish: "Dejlig kage". Greetings from Copenhagen, Denmark!

  7. Carol Abbott

    Just got this receipe off pinterest this morning. Went to store and have made it. It looks wonderful. Can’t wait to eat later.

  8. Lisa Renner

    I like blueberries especially when they are in a recipe like this blueberry Danish puff this would be good with coffee in the morning or any time. I like to bake weather it be pastry or foods that are not sweet.