Chocolate-Puffs

Chocolate-Puffs

  • Servings: 6
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Difficulty: easy
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I am not a chocolate lover; my kids take after their dads, for me it has to be a delicious dessert in order for me to enjoy chocolate! Also I am not a lover of overly sweet desserts… However, with these Puffs filled with all this ooey gooey chocolaty goodness, won me over today when I made them…

I had a package of whole-wheat Puff pastry squares and I did not know what to make with them, I have made them with cheese most of the time and they are absolutely, amazingly delicious, but I wanted to make a sweet treat, so I came up with this one.

I choose dark chocolate, and dusted it with sugar free powder sugar so my husband will be able to eat some of these delicious puffs.

These chocolaty puffs could be prepared quickly to serve after dinner or at any gathering.

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Preheat oven 375

Line up a cookie sheet with parchment paper and set aside.

In a small bowl, beat the egg with water and set aside.

.1 package of whole-wheat puff pastry, 22 oz. thawed overnight in the refrigerator

.1 bag dark chocolate morsels

.1 egg

.1 tbsp. water

.1/4 cup sugar free powder sugar

Roll out each square of puff pastry in one direction to create a 1/2 inch thick long sheet, cut to two strips.

In each strip line up 10 chocolate morsel length wise, roll the pastry tight and making sure all the chocolate covered.

Repeat until all the puffs are used.

Line up in on cookie sheet leaving 2 inches space between them.

With pastry brush, lightly brush the puffs with the egg wash.

Bake for 25-35 minutes.

Let the puffs cool in the pan for 5 minutes, dust with powder sugar and arrange on serving platter. Enjoy!

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