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Sweet treats that are very more-ish

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Yields4 Servings
Prep Time5 minsCook Time12 minsTotal Time17 mins

 250 g Puff Pastry- ready rolled is fine
 50 g Brown sugar
 1 tbsp Flour for dusting

1

Take the puff pastry out of the fridge and let it come to room temperature

2

Dust your work surface with flour.

3

Roll out the pastry till its laying flat.

4

Sprinkle with brown sugar and press it into pastry using a rolling pin or your hands

5

Turn over and repeat

6

Take the edge of the pastry and roll it over till it curves inwards until you get to the middle

7

Repeat for the other side until they meet in the middle

8

Transfer to a baking sheet if using a block of pastry.Fold over the baking sheet and roll it over the pastry to form a sausage shape. Place in the fridge for 10 mns to firm up

9

Remove from the fridge and using a sharp knife slice the pastry into thin even pieces

10

Separate and lay them flat on your sheet and sprinkle with some sugar if you wish

11

Bake in oven at 200°for 12-15mns or until crisp and golden

12

Remove and place on a cooling rack for 10mns

13

A 250g block of pastry made about 20.

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Ingredients

 250 g Puff Pastry- ready rolled is fine
 50 g Brown sugar
 1 tbsp Flour for dusting

Directions

1

Take the puff pastry out of the fridge and let it come to room temperature

2

Dust your work surface with flour.

3

Roll out the pastry till its laying flat.

4

Sprinkle with brown sugar and press it into pastry using a rolling pin or your hands

5

Turn over and repeat

6

Take the edge of the pastry and roll it over till it curves inwards until you get to the middle

7

Repeat for the other side until they meet in the middle

8

Transfer to a baking sheet if using a block of pastry.Fold over the baking sheet and roll it over the pastry to form a sausage shape. Place in the fridge for 10 mns to firm up

9

Remove from the fridge and using a sharp knife slice the pastry into thin even pieces

10

Separate and lay them flat on your sheet and sprinkle with some sugar if you wish

11

Bake in oven at 200°for 12-15mns or until crisp and golden

12

Remove and place on a cooling rack for 10mns

13

A 250g block of pastry made about 20.

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