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This is so tasty, I found it hard to believe it was just 3 ingredients

Quick 3-Ingredient Apple Danish: Your Perfect Breakfast Treat

 

Who can resist the alluring combination of fresh apples encased in a crisp, buttery pastry? With its roots in Danish traditions, this minimalist 3-Ingredient Apple Danish is an effortlessly charming treat. A surefire hit for breakfast or snacking, this pastry doesn’t just boast simplicity in ingredients but also in preparation.

Tasting Tip: To experience it at its prime, savor this Danish fresh out of the oven. Its allure is perfectly complemented by a steaming cup of coffee or a cool glass of milk. And if you’re feeling particularly indulgent? A splash of caramel or a spoonful of vanilla ice cream takes it to another level of deliciousness. For a more rounded meal, partner it with fresh fruit slices or a light salad.

3-Ingredient Apple Danish Recipe

Table of Contents

Ingredients:

2 puff pastry sheets

2 medium apples (peeled, cored, and quartered)

1/3 cup baker’s sugar (keep a bit extra for a final dusting)

 

PREPARATION:

Warm your oven to 425°F.

In a saucepan, simmer the apple quarters in water for about 4 minutes or until they just begin to soften. Drain water, mix in sugar, and allow the mix to cool.

Segment each pastry sheet into six equal rectangles.

Dampen the edges of a rectangle, then center your sweetened apple. Top it off with a slit pastry piece.

Press the edges together to form a sealed parcel. Make all six parcels this way.

Position the pastries on a parchment-covered baking tray. Lightly dust with sugar.

Bake for a crispy, golden perfection over 12-15 minutes.

Relish the freshly baked Apple Danish while it’s still warm to capture its full essence. If there are any leftovers (a rare occurrence!), store in the fridge in a sealed container. Warm them up slightly before serving next time, and they’ll be as good as new!

Enjoy !

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