SIMPLE PASTRY PUFFS:
Now that winter is here and a "slow down" of activities has occurred we find ourselves like many of you: turning to soups and breads and loving the smell of our cup of hot tea. We have a wood burning stove and love firing it up so we can be cozy and warm.
Pastry puffs are SO EASY to bake and keep on hand in the freezer. These are great additions for your morning coffee.
WELCOME TO MY FRIDAY "Open House" where fellow bloggers are invited to link a post about anything to do with HOME, GARDEN, INTERIORS, CRAFTING, SEWING, COOKING.......you get the idea! Would you also include a link on your post to my post?
I am linking this post: Home Sweet Home and Show And Tell Friday and Rustic Restorations and The Rosegarden In Malevik
PUFF PASTRY FILLED WITH JAM AND CREAM CHEESE: There are 2 folded sheets in each Pepperidge Farm Box. This morning I took one out to thaw for 40 minutes. Each sheet will make 9 puffs by cutting each of the 3 sections into 3 squares.
Put a heaping teaspoon full of jam in the center of each square with a teaspoon of cream cheese. Fold the square over to form a triangle and crimp with a fork.
BAKE IN A PREHEATED OVEN 400 degrees for 15 minutes.