Nutella Chocolate Stuffed Puffed Pastry

Nutella Chocolate Stuffed Puffed Pastry

  • Servings: 2
  • Difficulty: super easy
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Nutella Chocolate Stuffed Puffed Pastry

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The other day I was watching Bobby Flay’s Brunch show and it was the day prior to Valentine’s Day. The whole morning line up was devoted to chocolate. Bobby created a puff pastry stuffed with Nutella and Chocolate. It comes together super fast and easy but tastes as if it was created by a Chocolatier. I made it for Valentine’s Day morning and was a little embarrassed because it was so simple but my wife thought it was the best thing ever.

You get the crusty outside with oozing warm chocolate with each bite. Pair it with a glass of cold milk or cup of coffee and you have a great start to your morning.

I must say the puff pastry game is pretty strong. They have really great quality dough and makes using it as a savory or sweet pocket of love super accessible. So when you are thinking of a sandwich, pie, pizza, hot pocket try a puff pastry every once in a while to change it up.

Ingredients:
I am not going to give measurements because you can use as much or as little as you like based upon your palate. For mine I didn’t use much filling but for Jill’s I packed it pretty full.

Store Bought Puff Pastry
Nutella
High Quality Chocolate Chips
Vanilla extract
Egg (egg wash)
Powdered Sugar (optional)

Directions:
1. Thaw and unroll your puff pastry. Cut them into whatever shape you want (square, rectangle, dumpling, triangle)
2. In a glass mixing bowl add Nutella, Chocolate Chips and Vanilla and warm it in the microwave for about 20 seconds to make it spreadable.
3. Beat an egg and wash the edges to help the dough stick. Fill the pastry and enclose it in dough and crimp the edges to make the two sides become “one”. Wash the top and cook in a pre-heated oven according to the package or until browned.
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