A traditional Danish pastry made easy with the help of puff pastry. This easy Cherry Kringle is made in one hour but will look like it took all day. A perfect way to treat your family or bring to the party. This dessert recipe is easy enough for new cooks too!
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I am not much of a baker yet. It might be because I don’t really have a sweet tooth. Hubby and daughter have a sweet tooth so I feel a little guilty sometimes that I don’t bake desserts often enough.
This dessert is the solution.
Puff pastry is every cooks best friend in the kitchen. It is a laminated dough which means that there are many layers of fat in between the dough. It’s nothing you can really see until it bakes up and the flaky layers arise out of nowhere. It’s what makes flakey biscuits and croissants amazing.
To actually make this dough yourself would require many hours rolling and folding dough, chilling in between each iteration. It took my friends two days to make croissants in this manner. While they said they enjoyed the experience, they would probably never do that again.
This is where puff pastry comes in. You can make fancy desserts like Danish Kringle in an hour but it will look like you spent all day. It’s so easy to use this dough that it is perfect for new or busy home cooks.
This Kringle recipe is high adaptable. Just swap out the fruit and nuts for different options like this Apricot Kringle I made a few years ago.
A dessert that is fancy enough for the holidays but easy enough for your family on the weekends.
Enjoy, have fun and share with friends!
How To Make Kringle at Home
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