Costco cherry danish is full of sweet cherry filling surrounded by crispy, golden and flaky pastry!
Last week I reviewed the Costco Kirkland Signature Almond Danishes and this week I’ve decided to review the Costco Kirkland Signature Cherry Danishes!
If you’re looking for a review on a particular Costco bakery item you might find it here by on my blog by using the search bar, currently my favorite items in the Costco bakery are the tuxedo cake, chocolate lover’s cookie pack and the cheese buns.
These cherry danishes can be found in the bakery section and the item number is 1559719.
These are delicious in my opinion. I love cherry pie and the filling tastes like cherry pie filling and it isn’t overly sweet. There’s chunks of actual cherry which I like.
The pastry itself is buttery, crisp on the outside, soft on the inside and fairly flaky. We ate them a day after they were purchased and they had already gone a bit soggy. I prefer to eat the cherry danishes heated up a little in the microwave, trust me, they taste sooo much better heated up a tad bit!
Two containers of danishes at Costco is $12.99 Canadian. You have to buy two packs of danishes, you can’t buy just one. $12.99 Canadian for eight grocery store danishes seems a tad on the expensive side to me.
The best before date is two days from the date the danishes were packaged on. They come in a plastic resealable container and freeze well!
These are a delicious breakfast, snack, dessert or brunch treat!
So not healthy but so good. One cherry danish is 470 calories, 23 grams of fat, 400 mg of sodium, 59 grams of carbohydrates, two grams of fibre, seven grams of protein and 25 grams of sugar.
Give it a try!
If you’re in a mood to treat yourself with something sweet & indulgent and love cherry like I do I recommend picking these up!
Would you rather have the cherry or almond flavored danishes?
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6 thoughts on “Costco Kirkland Signature Cherry Danish Review”
I love the cherry danishes, they are my new favourite dessert. I have been disappointed the last two times I went to Costco and there were no danishes, just round cinnamon buns! I hope this does not mean the danishes have been discontinued?
I bought a cherry danish pastry from Costco in Lethbridge, Alta. a few days ago. When I bit into the pastry my tooth hit a cherry pit! It gave my tooth a pretty good jolt & I was not that pleased to pick the cherry pit out of my mouth. Maybe the process needs to be looked at – I am not a fan of the cherry danish anymore!
We love the pecan danishes but they have been out of stock for a few weeks now. I hope they are not discontinued?
I didn’t know there are pecan danishes but there are almond danishes. Do you mean those?
New Almond danish is good. However, when it comes to the fruit danish, I liked the old fruit danish much better than the new. The danish bread portion is drier and reminds me of cardboard. I use to get the old danish anytime we went to Costco. I tried the new danish twice, just to see if the first time was a bad batch… but they were the same. While I did like the new Almond danish, who could eat 8 of them? Too bad Costco, you’ll still a regular customer of your danish.
I buy the one with the longest expiration date, keep two in the fridge and single wrap and freeze the rest. Each night I take one frozen Danish and leave in the kitchen countertop and it is perfectly defrosted and moist and taste even better than the fresh ones. I shop once a week so I go through 8 of them in one week. I hope this helps! My favorite ones are apple and the cherry.