How to make cheese puff pastries for $1.75 at the Danish pastry house
The Danish pastry company, Bear Claw, is the reigning queen of Swedish pastry.
It has become a household name in Denmark, and it is home to such classics as cheese puff, cheese puff pie and kraut puff.
This pastry is made by combining cream cheese, sour cream, sugar and butter.
A little bit of milk adds a nice smoky flavour, and the pastry is covered in puff pastry puff pastry.
The best part is that it only takes about 30 minutes to make and it tastes good on its own.
There are a lot of flavours and textures to be found in this cheese puff.
It can be made in the classic pastry fashion, with puff pastry pastry filling and butter filling.
It’s also great in the traditional Swedish pastry, with butter filling and cream cheese filling.
For those who prefer the traditional Danish pastry, there’s a cream cheese puff cheese puff and kronor pastry that’s a very similar recipe to the Danish cheese puff puff pastry but it’s made in Sweden instead of Denmark.
We love that there are so many different flavours to choose from.
For the classic Danish pastry lovers, the traditional cream cheese cheese puff cheesecake is a fantastic addition to the menu.
Try it with fresh cream cheese and butter and the puff pastry is just perfect.
For dessert lovers, this chocolate chocolate puff is a delicious treat that will please even the pickiest palates.
It comes in a pastry case with a lid and is made from a thick chocolate and coconut cream filling.
The filling is creamy and sweet and has hints of chocolate and toffee.
It tastes fantastic with a drizzle of melted buttercream or coconut milk, and then the pastry itself is topped with buttercream icing.
There’s a lot to love about this pastry, and we can’t wait to try it!
How to Make Cheese Puff Pastry at Danish Pastry House by Christina Leighton, cookbook author and pastry chef at Danish pastry House, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.