White Chocolate Raspberry Danish

My family freaks out over danish.  Actually, I freak out over danish.  I have a bad love-hate relationship with danish.  I tend to get an evil grin on my face when Jonathan walks through the door with a pretty danish box in hand on Sunday mornings. 
I’ll never forget one of the first times he came home with one, him and Ava both enjoyed a small piece.  They then went out for a bit, leaving me home. Alone. With the danish.  When they returned Jonathan screeched “What happened to my danish???”  I half grinned.  “What are you talking about?  It’s all there.  I just had a tiny, little piece!” 
I felt so embarrassed! I ate most of it, with out realizing.  You know what I’m talking about.  A nibble here.  A nibble there.  Before you know it there’s not a crumb left in the box! 
We haven’t had danish in a long time and it was appearantly on my mind when I thought this recipe up.  I wanted a special little treat I could share with my family for Valentines day.  Boys and Girls, let me tell you, this is one special treat.  Especially, hot out of the oven.  These flaky, slightly rich crescent rolls literally melt in your mouth.  It’s one of those treats that takes you to a whole new world.  One bite and you’re gone.  Ava and I ate all of them in 2 days!  No sharing! 
Maybe Jonathan will get one for Valentines day.  If he’s lucky.
White Chocolate Raspberry Danish
1 C Pilsbury cresent rolls
4 T cream cheese, softened
3 T white chocolate chips, melted
8 tsp raspberry perserve
Preheat oven to 350*
Combine cream cheese and white chocolate until well blended
Seperate crescent dough into triangles.
Spread a thin layer of the cream cheese mixture on each crescent.
Top with a thin layer of the raspberry perserve on each one.
Roll crescents up and place on an ungreased baking sheet
Bake for 15-20 minutes.
A decadent treat for your Valentine to wake up to. 
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  1. Kristina says:

    um… yeah. I have done the same thing. I cannot be trusted around danish, it is truly my downfall!

    these look incredibly good – perfect for Valentines!

  2. oh yum! love danishes :) this sounds delicious, thanks for sharing!

  3. Cynthia says:

    What is the T and C stand for in the recipe. I’m not sure if it’s tbsp or not.

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