Okay, is baking my new hobby? // Super easy & Just Yummy Fruit Puffs.
Enough with the puff pastry!
I know, I know, but I can’t, it’s just too damn delicious.
Oh, hey you, sorry, you weren’t supposed to read this.. ahm, let’s do the thing we came here to do! The Fruit Puffs below.
While Angela and I were making these cheese puffs a few days ago, I immediately started planning what to make with the pastry next, cause of two, actually no, three reasons: one, it offers a vast variety of options for you to choose, and improvise; two, whatever you decide to make, it’s probably going to be super easy and quick, and finally just Yummy! The spinach cheese puffs were gone in 60 seconds (but, unlike the movie, this wasn’t fun to watch), and the fruit puffs just as well. Head on below to see how to make these.
the Yummy Fruit Puffs.
– Puff Pastry
– 200 gr Cream Cheese
– 3 Tablespoons Powdered Sugar + some more to sprinkle over
– 1/2 Lemon
– 2 Cups Fruits (I used Strawberries & Pineapple)
1. Defrost the puff pastry, and turn the oven to 200 C (400 F).
2. While the pastry’s defrosting, cut the fruits in small pieces, and set aside.
3. Mix the cream cheese + the Powdered Sugar, and squeeze the half lemon in. Mix these with a mixer, until the mixture is all creamy. Set aside.
4. When the pastry’s defrosted, sprinkle over some flour on the table and then, with a rolling pin, spread it nicely. By using a glass (with 10 cm/4 inches), cut 12 circles. Put each circle in each mold of the muffin pan.
5. Put 1 teaspoon of the cream cheese mixture on each puff. Then add the fruits on top. I made half the puffs with strawberries, and half of them with pineapples, but, of course, you can mix them, add different fruits and whatnot.
6. Bake them for around 20 minutes.
7. When they’re done, sprinkle over some powdered sugar and serve!
I encourage you to give the Yummy Fruit Puffs a try, and then rush back here to share your thoughts!