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Custard filled danishes with pistachios🥐 So yummy and quick to make. Especially if you cheat with store bought frozen vegan puff pastry😘Love how Coles has so many great gluten free vegan products in there stores now😍. For the custard I just used
2 cups vitasoy milk
6 tablespoons GF cornflour
6 tablespoons caster sugar
2 teaspoons nuttlex
1tablespoon vanilla extract
Mix the milk with the cornflour until lumps dissolve then add the castor sugar, vanilla and nutalex to the pot on a medium heat and whisk until combined Bring to a boil then take off heat. Let cool and then add nutmeg.
Cut pastry into squares fill centre with about a tablespoon of filling then fold sides to the middle and pinch to seal to make little parcels sprinkle with coconut sugar and crushed pistachios and spray a little coconut oil on top and bake on the oven at 180 degrees celcius for 20 minutes or until brown and puffed 😍
5 Ingredient Cheese Danish
Recipe Cred: @veganguidetothegalaxy 🌱💚
2 Packages Crescent Rolls (I used Immaculate Baking Co but most store brands are accidentally vegan including Pillsbury)
1 Package vegan cream cheese (I used Tofutti brand)
2 Tbs granulated sugar
1 Tsp vanilla extract
1 1/2 tsp lemon juice
Optional: fruit preserves of your choice
1 Cup Powdered Sugar
1 Tbsp Almond Milk
1 Tbsp Melted Butter (I used Earth Balance )
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Open crescent rolls and unroll the dough. You are going to want to keep 4 pieces together, which will create a long rectangle. Pinch all of the perforated dough lines together so that it is one cohesive piece of dough that won't break apart. Cut each dough rectangle into three long strips about 1" inch wide by around 8" inches long, each of these strips will form 1 danish. The easiest way I found to form my danishes was to push one end of the dough strip into the pan with my finger and make a small circle to form the base. From there I would slightly twist the connecting dough strip and roll it around the edge, occasionally pushing it down into the middle to adhere them together.
To make the cheese filling place your vegan cream cheese, sugar, vanilla and lemon into a bowl and mix them together with a handheld mixer. Place around 1 Tbsp of cheese filling into the center of each of your danish. Optional: Add 1 tsp of fruit preserve on top of cheese filling.
Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown. Once danishes have fully cooked let them cool completely and then mix your powdered sugar, almond milk and vegan butter to make the glaze. Drizzle the glaze across the danish and they are ready to serve.
Cheat’s Danish pastries 🥐 Apricot and blueberry swirls ✨
I used a ready rolled sheet of puff pastry instead of making Danish pastry. Can I make pastry? Yes. Can I make pastry with a grumpy, teething baby clinging to my legs? Hell no.
These were a little more done than I would have liked but I’m sure nobody will mind.
I’ll take them round to my mums in exchange for my tea being made 🙌 since I’m solo parenting it all week it’ll be a nice treat.
strawberry cream cheese danishes will be available this weekend! limited supply of these babies. also heavily drizzled with a delicious #vegan white chocolate if a flaky danish wasn’t good enough for you....🍓❣️
This morning I saw some almond danishes at Wegmans and got kind of bummed because I haven't had one in a really long time. Then I stop here for lunch and what do ya know, vegan almond danish, baby!
I ate 1/3 of it myself, in the car, in the parking lot. Got crumbs everywhere. Not ashamed.