Had a can of pillsbury dough sheet which I had to finish and was bored of the regular vegetable filling for the same. I found this recipe for Danish rolls on the dough can. 


For the Rolls:

Pillsbury crescant rolls/ dough sheet: 1 can
Shipped cream cheese: 1 cup
Powdered sugar: 1/2 cup
Lemon: 2 tblsp
Any Jam/ Fruit preserves: 4 tspn

For the glaze:

Powdered sugar: 1/2 cup
Vanilla extracts: 1 tsp
Milk: 2-3 tspns


Preheat the oven to 350 F. 
Mix the cream cheese, lemon and sugar in a bowl, whip together and keep aside.
Spread the dough sheet and cut them to 8 pieces.
On each piece, place about 2 tablespoons of the cream mixture and roll it on the longer edge and seal it completely.
Stretch the rolls a little bit and then coil them into spirals.
In the middle place about 1/2 a tspn of jam or preserve in each piece.
Bake till they are golden brown (about 25-30 mins).
In the mean time, make the glaze by mixing the sugar, vanilla and milk. 
Add sufficient milk to make a drizzling consistency. 
Once baked, use a fork to drizzle the glaze on the warm rolls.

Kids will love this and will serve as a good snack for them.

Do not glaze when hot, this would melt the sugar in the glaze (I did it when the rolls were not cooled enough and the drizzle wasnt up to the mark).

One variation for this would be to make plain rolls and spread a layer of jam and sprinkle roasted pistachios and other nuts of your choice on it.
There can be several flavours for this and imagination is the limit.

Ciao till next time...Have fun! Vidya.