I am pretty sure I can’t really call this a cheese danish, but technically it kind of is. I had a little extra crescent roll dough leftover after making a recipe the other day and since the blueberries and sweet cheddar were already sitting out I decided to just throw it all together and eat it even if it was yucky. I just didn’t want to waste such lovely ingredients. I didn’t realize I was making such a delicious honey blueberry cheese danish!
Cheese in a crescent roll is actually nothing new to me. In fact, my mom is probably rolling her eyes as she reads this. She used to make these chicken pillows growing up and now I can totally see why everyone loved them, but my 10 year old self hated them. Sorry, Mom!! So while everyone was chowing down on that crowd pleaser I was putting cheese in mine and going totally plain. I’m actually quite shocked Mom let me do that as we always ate what she made, but it was pretty delicious so I’m grateful.
Now that I’m older the thought of cheese and bread is still totally awesome, but just wait until you try it with sweet cheddar from Kerry Gold, honey and fresh blueberries. I cannot even believe how yummy it was! I seriously finished off so many of these and just had to take a few quick pics for you all. And yes, I realize that this is one of those recipes that you’re just going to have to trust me on, but just try it. So. Yum.
Is Cheddar Cheese Healthy?
Cheese is a good source of calcium.
Are Blueberries And Huckleberries The Same Thing?
Huckleberries and blueberries are in the same family.
Huckleberries are smaller, usually grow wild, and have a bit more tartness.
Blueberries are domesticated and are sweeter.
Are Blueberries Good For You?
Blueberries are packed with antioxidants.
They are also high in potassium and vitamin C.
Blueberries can lower your risk of heart disease and cancer, and they are also anti-inflammatory.
Honey Blueberry Cheese Danish
Honey Blueberry Cheese Danish
- 1 pint Fresh Blueberries
- 1 cup Sweet Cheddar, grated
- 1 package Crescent Rolls
- Heat the oven to 375.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper in case any of the honey leaks out so it doesn't stick.
- Roll out the crescent rolls and separate each triangle.
- Sprinkle evenly with cheese, blueberries and then drizzle a little honey over each one.
- Bake for 10-14 minutes or until lightly golden in color.
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claire @ the realistic nutritionist
These croissants, I could just die.
honey and blueberry sounds great!
Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust
Oh my. I’m in love Carrian! These are the best ever. pinned!
THANKS!! You’re the best Dorothy!
I love this idea! Yum!
Rocky Mountain Woman
I think it looks lovely! I’m all over any place I can tuck in some cheddar…
What is sweet cheddar?
It’s delicious! You can find it at costco- the brand is kerry gold or any local grocery store probably has some brand in the specialty cheese that would work
Nicole ~ Cooking for Keeps
By the looks of this you’d never be able to tell that there’s a savory component, what a nice surprise!!! LOVE.
And I’m all about those kind of dishes
Loving the cheddar and blueberry combo!