Delicious and eye catching entertaining treat


Ingredients (serves 6 | makes 12 )

  • Puff Pastery 2 sheets Puff Pastry, thawed
  • Whipped cream 1 can
  • Caster sugar 3 tbs
  • lemon juice 2 tbs
  • Eggs 2 egg yolks

Method

  1. Pre heat oven 170 Allow Pastery to thaw, Whisk egg yolks Lightly coat pastry with icing sugar
  2. Grease 12 pastry cones ( large department and cooking essential stores stock these ) Cut pastry into thirds then in half Carefully wrap the pastry around the cones spiraling upwards Lightly brush with egg mix, sprinkle with sugar and place on a baking tray and put in the o en for 10-12 mins or until lightly golden
  3. Allow to cool and scoop a small amount down part of the inside, fill the rest of the pastry with whipped cream Dust the cones with icing sugar and serve straight away ( if wanting to store for a short time or transport use home made whipped cream as it will hold its form, just a bit more fiddley than the can)


  • We use have these all the time with apricot jam or strawberry jam & cream when I was a kid at family gatherings. If no one made it we would all be very disappointed so next time double was made

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  • This reminds me of my childhood. My mum made these all the time :)

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  • Oh my goodness, that looks divine! Would love to have some right now!!!

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  • thanks for posting your recipe idea and thanks for the clarification in the comments. what a great idea! it looks great

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  • Yum. Will be whipping the cream myself. The canned stuff just doesn’t taste right. Thanks for the recipe.

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  • Sweet, yum delicious just what I need now!

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  • Yum! These would be delicious!

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  • These look so yummy!!! My mum used to make these for us, when I was a teen!

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  • Oh delish. Put pastry tick
    Cream tick
    Jam tick
    Ticks all my boxes

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  • Oh my goodness my favourite childhood party dessert. My mum just recently have me her cones, time to get making I think.

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  • oh boy, these suckers look and sound amazing! And simple to make too which is a bonus!

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  • Oh yum, these sound perfect for afternoon tea.

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  • Oh! This looks really beautiful and indulgent!!

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  • these sound divine!

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  • A fab recipe and great for friends popping in! Thanks.

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