0 0
Puff pastry Roses

Share it on your social network:

Or you can just copy and share this url


Adjust Servings:
3 sheets puff pastry
2 red apples
2 spoons raw sugar
20 gr butter
apricot jam
a pinch cinnamon

Bookmark this recipe

You need to login or register to bookmark/favorite this content.

Puff pastry Roses


Romantic dessert

  • Serves 15
  • Medium




You can create your roses with the last red apples of the season. In summer they are delicious with sweet peaches, but a add some almond flakes instead cannella, and serve with a spoon of vanilla ice-cream …  cannella smell is possible only in Autumn and Winter time.



A perfect combination : coffee and fresh water with strawberries and mint leaves… a sweet way to say goodbye to Winter season and welcome Spring!



(Visited 257 times, 1 visits today)



For making the puff pastry roses, start washing and dry your apples. Cut them into 4 slices, pit them then cut into thin slices. Let them soften slightly a pan where you have melted butter. Stir occasionally adding cinnamon and sugar. When they are soft, turn off and let them cool.
Cut your 3 sheets of puff pastry into strips of about 25 x 5 cm, using a pastry wheel or a sharp knife.
Spread a veil of apricot jam on jam on each strip.
Arrange the sliced apples by placing them on the top half of each strip.
Fold half of the loose dough over the fruits slices and roll each filled strip on itself, starting from one short and end to the other, to make a rose.
Proceed in this way with the strips of dough and place them inside the special baking paper cups.
Sprinkle the surface of each rose with raw sugar and bake in a preheated oven to 180 degrees for about 40/ 45 minutes.
Remove your beautiful roses from the paper cups and serve.
I love this treat hot with a cup of coffee and some water with strawberries and mint leaves.


Recipe Reviews

There are no reviews for this recipe yet, use a form below to write your review
Whole wheat Spaghetti with green peas
Pane in cassetta
Whole wheat Spaghetti with green peas
Pane in cassetta

Add Your Comment