Come enjoy this Danish fruit and cream cheese breakfast pastry recipe that will delight your family from the time they smell them cooking in the oven, served on their plate and through each nimble. The golden buttery flaky crusts that contain cream cheese topped with different selections of sweet fruit such as strawberries, raspberries, peaches, plums, apples, cherries or pears will be savored with each bite.
Cream cheese is a unique spreadable cheese that can be used in a wide variety of ways. It can also be used as an ingredient for a filling that can be used in pies, cakes and pastries. While it can be used plain, it can also be combined with a number of different fruits to make an incredible tasting pastry topping.
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This recipe is a perfect example of how to make a fruit/cream cheese pastry topping. The recipe is extremely easy to follow and it contains a list of everything you need to know before you get started. It is presented in a way that is very easy read and follow and you are sure to get exactly the result that you are wanting.
Benefits of using the Fruit and Cream Cheese Breakfast Pastry Recipe
● Use the recipe to make the perfect breakfast pastry for your family
● The recipe includes a complete list of all of the necessary ingredients to get started
● It also includes an easy to follow step by step instruction guide
● It has several full color photos that depicts several steps of the recipe
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