A flaky pastry folded around a generous serving of cream cheese filling.
|Calories 420||Calories from Fat 230|
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat 25g||38%|
|Saturated Fat 16g||80%|
|Trans Fat 0g|
|Total Carbohydrate 39g||13%|
|Dietary Fiber 1g||4%|
|*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
|**Each caffeine value is an approximate value.|
Contains: Milk, Egg, Wheat
Nutrition information is calculated with data provided by the suppliers who manufacture food and beverage items for Starbucks Coffee Company. Variations may exist due to periodic changes in formulations.
Nutrition information is calculated with data provided by the suppliers who manufacture food and beverage items for Starbucks Coffee Company. Variations may exist due to periodic changes in formulations. Serving sizes may vary from those used to calculate nutrition information. We attempt to provide product information that is as complete as possible. Product changes or new product introductions may cause this information to become outdated or incomplete. Data is rounded to meet current U.S. FDA NLEA guidelines. Percentage data for vitamins and minerals refers to percentage of U.S. Daily Values for a 2,000 calorie diet. Products may vary from location to location. Our foods and beverages are produced and stored in environments where known allergens are present.
butter (cream [from milk]), wheat flour, cream cheese (pasteurized milk and cream, cheese cultures, salt, xanthan gum), sugar, milk, flour (wheat flour, malted barkey flour, niacin, iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), whole eggs, water, yeast, sea salt, corn syrup, rice starch, cultured skim milk, emulsifier (monoglycerides, citric acid), egg whites, lactic acid, agar, natural flavor, citric acid.
Looking for something light and flaky, but with a little more to it than your unadorned pastry? Then reach for this rich, flaky pastry with a generous serving of real cream cheese – the perfect way to start the day, or a fine mid-afternoon boost.
Did you know
Danishes have naturally become a specialty of Denmark and the neighboring Scandinavian countries. But like the croissant, the danish originated in Vienna, Austria.