I didn’t think it’d be fair to call this a homemade recipe, as I never had any intention of even attempting to make the pastry… I am a student after all. Despite slightly cheating with the pastry, this breakfast is special and definitely will impress your flatmates. It is perfect for a special occasion or even a weekend tradition! This recipe makes 4!
- All butter puff pastry, 300 g, 4 4inchx4inch cut outs
- 100g Chocolate Chips
- 1 small egg
- Icing sugar for dusting
- Preheat your oven to 200° C. Dust icing sugar on your surface and lay your pastry out. I brought pre-rolled pastry, but if you’re rolling it yourself, you want it no thicker than a £1 coin.
- Cut four squares of your pastry at 4inchx4inch each. Put your chocolate chips on one side of your cut-out pastry then fold the non-filled half over, like a sandwich. Press firmly so the sides seal, then place on your baking tray.
- Beat your egg, then brush over your pastry rolls. Put the rolls in the oven for 20 minutes. Once they’re out of the oven, they should look golden and crisp. I dusted mine with some icing sugar. They are best served warm, with a cup of tea!