Thursday, September 30, 2010

Pillow Peanut Butter Chocolate Puffs

When I first saw these Pillow Peanut Butter Chocolate Puffs, I couldn't help but to try it myself. Thanks Joy.

Here's how to make these....
Puff Pastry - 1 sheet
Peanut Butter - Crunchy or Smooth
Chocolate Chips (Dark) or Nutella
Castor Sugar

Thaw your puff pastry sheet, fold them into half, slice them into little squares. One sheet gives you about 18 squares.

Add your favourite peanut butter and some dark chocolate chips (you can also use Nutella) onto half of the squares.

Take the other half of squares and cover filled ones. Dab some water at the sides, to make a seal. Seal them well.

Use a fork to make imprints on the sides of the squares. Also, brush some water on the squares and sprinkle lots of caster sugar on the squares.

Bake at 200 degrees for about 10 mins. 

Eat Warm.



chocolatesuze said...

oh my freaking gawd how delicious!

Celeste @ Berrytravels said...

ohh, I've been wondering what to do with the remainder of the puff pastry in the fridge...

Now I know! That looks delish. Thanks for sharing!

Passionate Mae said...

Suze : Aww thank you!

Celeste : No worries. Thanks for visiting :)Let me know how yours turn out.

joy the baker said...

they're perfect!!!

Passionate Mae said...

thanks joy! hehehe..thanks to your AWESOMe idea! :)

obesebaby said...

this is such a good idea. I wonder can you put custard in it too?

Passionate Mae said...

obesebaby: yea, y not? check out this link, I've actually made a similar one but using phyllo pastry and bananas :)