This easy Homemade Blueberry Lemon Danish is delicious way to start out the day. A soft dough and blueberry pie filling makes these breakfast treats come together so quickly.
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This past week has been crazy busy around here. Our church provided lunches on three days for a local elementary school as a way to say thank you to the teachers for all their hard work. I made some funfetti sugar cookie bars and neapolitan fudge for the first two days, then I decided to make cute little cheesecake parfaits for the last day. Let's just say that 60 parfaits seemed like an easy thing when I first started.
I enlisted my hubby to help me with chopping cookies and washing dishes that night. Four hours later we finished up the last one. Now part of the reason it took so long is that I was developing the actual recipe for two of the varieties that we made. The other two recipes were already finished, and we just had to whip up triple batches of each. Easier said than done though.
Maybe I should have just stuck with an easier dessert, although I heard that the teachers loved all of them. So it was totally worth it!
I'm looking forward to sitting in the sun this weekend with a cold coffee drink, a few of these easy blueberry treats, and a good book. Or for a different danish flavor I may whip up these cherry danishes!
One of my absolute favorite brands to work with is Lucky Leaf®. I get so excited each month when it is time to pull out the pie filling and start developing new recipes for them.
This month I decided to make another batch of homemade danishes. I had a feeling pie filling would be a great addition to the soft pillowy dough circles.
To give it a little pizzaz I also added some lemon zest to the dough, sprinkled some lemon crumbles on top, and then drizzled lemon glaze over them. Lemon and blueberry is a match made in heaven.
How to Make a Blueberry Lemon Danish
- Mix together the baking mix, sugar, and butter together with a fork or pastry blender until it is crumbly.
- Pour in the milk and mix it together with a fork until a soft dough forms.
- Scoop the batter onto parchment paper lined trays because we don't want them to stick to the pan.
- Use the back of a spoon to make a well in the center of each one. To see how to do this, check out the video for the raspberry cheesecake danish I made a few months ago.
- Fill the centers with the blueberry pie filling and sprinkle with the lemon crumble. Bake.
- Cool on a wire rack before drizzling a sweet lemon glaze over the tops.
Brew some coffee and invite some friends over to enjoy a danish and catch up on life.
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