Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 40 min. + cooling
Once Apples arrive this is the first recipe to fill the house with the smell and taste of fall!
Everyone loves this recipe. Perfect to make after apple picking!
This was delicious.The pastry was very flaky.I suggest using slightly tart apples to enhance flavor.
Definitely recommend this recipe. I have tried many apple danish recipes that include corn flakes on the bottom of the crust but prefer this recipe. I don't add the glaze as I think it is sweet enough. Enjoy
After making this many times, I have decided that cutting the sugar by 1/2 cup and increasing the apples to 8 cups works for our family. I don't care what the name of it is, it disappears every time I make it. If you had 6 stars I would give it that. 5 stars
Rating this recipe five stars, not as a "danish" recipe though. The dough wasn't soft as a danish is supposed to be. The dough baked like a pie crust. The filling is very similar to an Apple Danish though, or fritter. The taste is great, and not difficult to make. As another reviewer posted, they should be Apple Squares, not Danish.
Absolutely yummo, this is going to be my go to apple dessert or slice from now on. All I need is a way to incorporate some custard into this apple Danish slice.
This recipe is a long-time family favorite! I like to use 1/2 c. butter and 1/2 c. shortening in the crust.
Tried this recipe today it came out great! I used a smaller pan to cook it in, I used a 13X5 casserole dish. I also used butter in place of the shorting. I ended up having to cook it about 15 to 20 minutes longer also. Great recipe, thank you for sharing!
I made this for a community event this afternoon - great! Before I started, I wondered how I would do rolling out such a large crust, but had no problem. I might have patched a bit on one side but it still looked good. Six cups of apples were just the right amount. Instead of the 2 Tbsp. of flour, I used 3 Tbsp. of Pie Enhancer (by King Arthur Flour) to ensure my filling would be set perfectly. The glaze on top was a nice touch. Only one thing - I don't think 'Apple Danish' is the correct name for this. How about 'Apple Pie Squares'? Seems like a better description of the dish to me. Anyway, definitely baking this again!