When it comes to easy sweet treat recipes, there’s simple, and then there’s Fiona Dillon simple.
In my defence I have had a very busy week so time for baking was pretty limited.
In fact, I had no intention of baking but as I put together a turkey pie the other day, I had an idea (the turkey was left over slices from Christmas that had been put in the freezer when we were all turkeyed out back in December). That, and a pot of blueberries and the decision was made..
There’s no recipe here as such – all you need is a roll of shop bought puff pastry, sweetened cream and blueberries (or any fruit of your choice).
I used two thirds of the pastry for the pie topping and divided the remaining one third into nine little rectangles. If you are catering for a large party, use the entire sheet of puff pastry and cut each piece to your preferred size.
Bake in the oven for 25 mins until they are golden brown.
Allow to cool and slice each piece lengthways.
Fill with cream and top with blueberries and replace the lid.
Dust with a little icing sugar and serve.
Couldn’t be simpler..
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