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Danish Dessert - A Delicious Vegan Treat

I love to cook and try new foods and recipes. I try to do my best to incorporate healthy foods, but sometimes I need a little comfort food.

Danish Dessert With Fresh Raspberries

Danish Dessert With Fresh Raspberries

Danish Dessert - A Vegan Alternative to Gelatin

Did you realize that gelatin is an animal product? It is created from a substance gleened from under pig or cattle skin.

Sorry, did I just ruin your favorite wiggly dessert for you?

Danish Dessert on the other hand is thickened with cornstarch and tapioca flours. It is not as stiff as a gelatin dessert. Danish Dessert cannot be molded. It is not as soft as pudding. It is somewhere between the two. It is very smooth.

Absolutely delicious, it just bursts with a sweet to tart flavor. It comes in strawberry and raspberry. Raspberry is the most common and by far my favorite flavor.

Raspberry Danish Dessert - 12 packages

Twelve packages may seem like a lot, but it's not. Once you taste this and start using it in recipes you will let your imagination run wild.

Then, you will want to share it with your friends, give them a package and let them see how great it tastes.

Danish Dessert Pie With Fresh Raspberries

Danish Dessert Pie With Fresh Raspberries

Danish Dessert Pie With Fresh Raspberries

Traditional Gelatin Desserts Are Animal Based

The gelatinous material used for gelatin desserts is scraped from under the skin of cattle and pigs.

Did you realize gelatin was an animal product?



Danish Dessert Raspberry Pie

The pie is a little on the tart side with sweet undernotes.

This is quick and easy to make and the results are wonderful. When made with a ready made graham cracker crust, this takes only 10 minutes.

It may be served with a dollop of non-dairy whipped topping or whipped cream.

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

10 min

3 hours 50 min

4 hours

6 to 8


  • 1 - package raspberry Danish Dessert
  • 1 - graham cracker crust
  • 1 half pint package of fresh raspberries
  • 1 -3/4 cups water
  • whipped topping (optional)


  1. Wash and drain the raspberries and let dry a little.
  2. Follow the Danish Dessert package instructions for making pie glaze:
  3. Add the packaged mix to the water is a saucepan and stir constantly until it boils. Boil 1 minute while stirring constantly. (When they say "stir constantly, they really mean it, otherwise, you will have little globs).
  4. Remove from heat and let cool a little.
  5. Arrange berries on graham crack crust. Pour cooled Danish Dessert over berries. Chill for 4 hours.

Graham Cracker Crust Recipes - And a few other types of crust

If you prefer to make your own Graham Cracker crust -- here are some options

Try strawberry Danish Dessert

Make the same recipe but with strawberries rather than raspberries.

Use this as a glaze with strawberries on top of your favorite cheesecake.

What's Your Danish Dessert Experience?



Danish Dessert was introduced in the United States in 1939.

By the way

Danish Dessert is made in the United States not in Denmark.

I do believe there is a version made in Denmark, but that is even harder to find.

Try Danish Dessert Just As a Pudding

Danish Dessert  As A Pudding

Danish Dessert As A Pudding

Make a Parfait -- Let the Danish Dessert Cool A Little First, Then It With Layer Non-Dairy Creamer

Make a Parfait -- Let the Danish Dessert Cool A Little First, Then It With Layer Non-Dairy Creamer

Make a Parfait -- Let the Danish Dessert Cool A Little First, Then It With Layer Non-Dairy Creamer

© 2012 Ellen Gregory

What do you think about Danish Dessert? - Or just tell me what you think.

askformore lm on February 14, 2013:

I love Danish deserts! (I am biased, being Danish)

Helene-Malmsio on February 13, 2013:

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Happy Valentine Day!

All the very best to you and your loved ones, from me and mine!



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Andrej977 LM on August 08, 2012:

Mmmmmm I smell it. thanks for this.

anonymous on August 02, 2012:

I love cakes, sweats anything like this. Looking around for my wedding so I am going to fave this because WOW looks too good not to use at my wedding :) thanks for this wonderful lens.

donmanual on July 27, 2012:

Oh, it looks amazing!

Mandy Stradley from Riverton, Utah on July 26, 2012:

Looks great, and the presentation is beautiful!

dream1983 on July 23, 2012:

It looks so delicious! Great job!

mouse1996 lm on July 20, 2012:

Looks yummy. It's amazing that isn't made with gelatin. Very cool.

GeekGirl1 on July 19, 2012:

Looks really delicious.

writerkath on July 15, 2012:

You have taught me something new today! Thank you! :)

Mary Norton from Ontario, Canada on July 11, 2012:

I try to cut back on dessert now though this one looks inviting.

DuaneJ on July 10, 2012:

Mouth watering....yummm..

Elsie Hagley from New Zealand on July 10, 2012:

Looks great, something I would like to try. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Blessed.

anonymous on July 10, 2012:

Sounds and looks delightful!