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Blueberry Flower Pastry

>> Jan 29, 2010

I was feeling lazy one Sunday…that’s why they call it lazy Sunday…(hahaha!) and was thinking of making the quickest and simplest to serve with afternoon tea. Hah…I have some leftover blueberry pie fillings and some frozen puff pastry in the freezer. Why not?

6 slices frozen puff pastry square, thawed
120g blueberry pie filling

 1.      Each slice, divided into 4 squares. It is easier to cut them before they thaw. Thaw for 10 minutes.
2.      Lightly grease the mini muffin pan.
3.      Gently press each piece of puff pastry into the mold.
4.      Spoon 1 tsp of pie filling into the pastry.
5.       Bake at 200C for 13-15 minutes till golden brown.
6.      Remove and cool on wire rack.

Serve each dainty pastry in paper cup liners individually.


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Rita Jan 30, 2010, 12:40:00 AM  

Very pretty flower pastry.

Rita Jan 30, 2010, 2:56:00 AM  

Nice idea!!! looks yummy!!!!

Rita Jan 30, 2010, 12:40:00 PM  

hey i love making things with puff pastry! its so easy to use. i like the blueberry idea

Rita Feb 3, 2010, 1:31:00 PM  

Hi Ladies...thank you for dropping by and your sweet comments.
I think it's a lovely idea for tea party and to bring to friends :-)

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