Christmas Kringles

I made 65 of these this year. As I type they are being delivered all over the neighborhood. These are sort of like Danishes.

For the dough, put 1 cup of butter, 4 cups of flour, 2 tablespoons of sugar and 1 tsp. of salt and 2-1/4 tsp. rapid rise yeast into your mixer bowl.

Add 1 cup of milk mixed with 2 beaten eggs.

When thoroughly blended, separate the dough into 2 pieces and wrap them in plastic. Refrigerate it overnight.

For the filling, mix one 8 oz. bar of cream cheese with 1/2 cup of sugar and 1 tsp. of vanilla extract.

You will need 1 cup of chopped pecans.

Take the dough out of the fridge and cut each piece in half. On a heavily floured surface, roll the dough out until it is very thin.

Pick it up several times while rolling to prevent sticking.

Cut each sheet into pieces approximately 4 X 5 inches. Spread some of the cream cheese mixture on each piece.

Spread each piece with some raspberry jam. Sprinkle on some nuts.

Roll one side in from the short end.

Roll the other side in to the middle. Tuck the ends under and pinch and indent the middle.

Bake at 350 degrees for about 25 minutes.

Drizzle them with glaze.


2 1/2 cup confectioners sugar
2 tablespoons softened butter
4 tablespoons hot water
1 tablespoon milk
2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Beat until smooth.

I packaged them four to a bag between sheets of waxed paper.

I doubled this recipe to get 65.


Pricilla said…
Sounds like a yummy Christmas breakfast
Marigold said…
Oh, how I wish I was your neighbor! :) How kind of you to allow all your neighbors to benefit from your baking skill! Happy Yule!
These are fabulous! I made them last year from your recipe. I really need to move to your neighborhood so I would not have to cook so much.
Kringles, kringles, yeah yeah yeah!
Anonymous said…
Long time since I made or ate some of those :-) They are delicious and would be perfect to have with coffee after christmas dinner :-)

Have a great day!
Robin Larkspur said…
I am so going to make these, Joyce!! Merry Krismas Kringles!
Anonymous said…
what lovely gift, you are so good to your friends and family, I think gifts of food are always welcomed, more so when they come from October Farm kitchen!!
Merry Christmas, we will be enjoying some of your great recipes this year, I will always be so grateful for all the great recipes I have collected from my blogging friends, you certainly are a favorite in my recipe box!
Merry Christmas to you, the blog tech, your husband and daughter and of course Teddy, best wishes to you from Canada!
Barb said…
Oh how I wish I was your neighbor! they look yummy!
Never heard of these before. But now that I do KNOW about them. Going to have to make a dozen or more. Sounds DELISH. I swear you're trying to make me fatter than I am. LOL
Amish Stories said…
These Danishes look great October with raspberry being my favorite spread. Id like to wish you and your family a merry Christmas and a happy new year to come, i wanted to say this since I've published my last post for the year today. Yours truly your pal Richard
Sharon Lovejoy said…
Yum, but why don't you come to my house to bake?

Sending Christmas cheers across the miles,