Remember I told you I love puff pastry? I still do!
This is why . . .
Easy . . . simple . . . delicious!
You will need:
Puff pastry sheets
Pie filling of your choice
egg wash (one beaten egg)
Cut your sheet of puff pastry into squares. I cut down the 3 vertical marks that are previously there. I was left with 3 strips. I cut each strip into 3 squares. They are not perfectly square, but that’s o.k! You can make yours larger if you like. Take one of your squares and place 1 tablespoon of filling in the center. Don’t use more than that, or you will have a mess.
These blossoms are meant . . . to blossom.
They won’t be perfectly closed .
Lay your cherry blossoms on a parchment lined baking sheet.
If you don’t have parchment paper, grease your pan lightly.
This sugar is quite yummy!
Bake at 375 degrees until very golden.
15 to 20 minutes.
Don’t worry if a bit of your filling runs out.
You can take a knife and push it right back in.
Prepare the glaze while the blossoms are baking . . .
Make the glaze the consistency you like.
Once the blossoms have finished baking, glaze them while still warm.
see . . . little Cherry Blossoms.
You could also make Blueberry Blossoms.
Drizzle Drizzle . . . Glaze Glaze
You will not be able to resist eating one or two or three.
It’s o.k. . . REMEMBER . . . they are little!
You must give them away
you might just eat them all!
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