Cooking With Kids. Peanut Butter Puffs

I have mentioned plenty of times about how I like to try and make homemade after school snacks, so before the kids headed back to school after the Christmas break (and with a fridge full of packaged puff pastry!) we grabbed our aprons and made some yummy peanut butter puffs. They went down a treat and we almost didn't have any left for after school treats!

These peanut butter puffs make a perfect after school snack.

You will need:
Puff Pastry
Peanut butter
Chopped nuts
Egg (for egg wash)

Start by unrolling the pastry and cutting it in half, next spread peanut butter over one half making sure you go right to the edges! Layer the other half of pastry on top and cut them into strips around an inch wide, and then cut them in half to make them easier to handle, then holding each end twist a couple of times and place on baking tray, cover in egg wash and sprinkle with some chopped nuts.

Bake in a preheated oven, gas mark 4, for around 20 minutes, or until golden and puffed!


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  1. Oh, these look amazing, I am going to give them a try. They probably have lot's of calories though...

  2. I love anything with puff pastry, never would've though to put peanut butter with it but defo gonna give it a try!

  3. These look like great snacks to make with my children. I think we will be trying these soon!

  4. I love the sound of these! I think I'm gonna give them a go but drizzle chocolate on them ;)

    1. Ummmmm....we may already have th recipe for cic dipped peanut butter straws coming soon! (I just need I edit the post and add photos!!)

      PS: they were DELISH! You don't want to miss it!

  5. Oh now these look NICE! Not sure they'd last long either!


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