Three puff pastry desserts + #recipeoftheweek 31 August


Is it wrong to lick the plate? – me

I so love puff pastry. Strudels, tarts, pies, turnovers – I never pass up the opportunity for a flaky, buttery dessert and gladly eat every last crumb.

In this week’s showcase, I have three drool-worthy puff-pastry dessert recipes – if you can look at them without your stomach grumbling, I salute you!

This French Apple Tart from Nutritious Delicious looks so wonderfully dainty and moreish. A beautifully simple, tempting recipe with a fabulously professional looking finish.


These Eccles Cakes from Dragons and Fairy Dust look so scrummy – real comfort food. I can imagine intending to eat one and accidentally eating two…or four…


This Cherry Floss Open Pie from Capture by Lucy is as creative as it is beautiful. Another simple recipe, but the addition of candy floss takes it to another level!


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Meaty, vegan, fatty, low-calorie – all recipes are welcome.

You share the goods, then I generally go round reading, commenting, Stumbling, Pinning and drooling over everyone’s entries.

I then pick my favourite three to feature the following week!

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  1. says

    The cherry pie and the French apple tart are my favourite…I am thinking of adapting the former to use gooseberries or raspberries…thanks so much for the inspiration and ideas!