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Puff pastry colombines

Puff pastry colombines

Colombine recipe of puff pastry of 17-04-2017 [Updated on 18-04-2017]

A delicious sweet to prepare for Easter are the puff pastry doves. Just a simple roll of puff pastry and a small mold to create pretty little doves, then adding cream and chocolate chips will make them even more delicious. So if today you want to prepare a sweet on the fly, this is the recipe for you;)
Happy Easter to those who pass by here, we have returned home, so today, family lunch and then walk along the seafront. Kisses and have a nice day: *

Method

How to make puff pastry doves

Roll out the puff pastry roll.
Cut out the doves with the specific mold or, like me, with a mold of printed paper.

Now transfer the doves onto a baking tray lined with parchment paper.
Brush their surface with milk and then cover with a little sugar.

Bake at 200 ° C in a preheated oven and cook for 10 minutes or until they are swollen and golden. Remove from the oven and let cool.
Then cut them gently in half with a sharp knife.

Fill each with whipped cream and chocolate chips, then close them.

Your puff pastry colombine are ready to be tasted.


Puff pastry colombine, a delicious and easy-to-prepare recipe

Colombine di sfoglia, a delicious and easy-to-prepare recipe, perfect for making the Easter table even sweeter.
You can make the puff pastry colombine either with a double layer of pastry and with ricotta cream inside or with a single layer of pastry and cream, according to your tastes.

  • Difficulty Very easy
  • Very cheap cost
  • Preparation time 10 minutes
  • Cooking time 10 minutes
  • Servings 2 double or 4 simple puff pastry doves
  • Cooking method Oven
  • Italian cuisine

Puff pastry columbines: the recipe for delicious and perfect sweets for Easter


The puff pastry colombine are simple and delicious sweets, ideal for Easter celebrations and to decorate the table with a touch of creativity. The puff pastry, which can be made at home or purchased ready-made, for greater convenience, is cut into the shape of a dove, baked in the oven and finally stuffed with a delicate custard, flavored with vanilla. A generous sprinkle of icing sugar on the surface and here is a fragrant and irresistible delight, perfect to serve at the end of a meal at Easter lunch or to be enjoyed as a snack during the Easter Monday picnic. Find out how to make them by following our recipe step by step.
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Advice

You can make your colombine with ready-made puff pastry (you can find it in the supermarket fridge counter) or pack it at home with our recipe.

Cover yours custard with a sheet of transparent film, making sure that this is perfectly in contact with the cream: this trick will avoid the formation of the annoying skin on the surface.

If you like, you can also flavor your cream with some Lemon peel grated or enrich it, once cold, with drops of dark chocolate. If you add whipped cream to the custard, you can also get a delicious Chantilly cream.

With this same procedure, in addition to the doves, you can make any other form you wish to obtain: just draw the Shape on a white card and then cut it out with a pair of scissors.

If you liked this recipe, also try the chocolate pinwheels and the squares with cream.


Puff pastry colombine - Recipes

How long have you not offered us a recipe, I will try it! How much does it inspire me * __ *

Can I change the filling? I like cream, but my kids love nutella, a kiss: *

Hello darling & # 9829 sisi the filling can be easily changed with nutella, cream or jam (according to taste!) A kiss: *

It seems really easy, I think I will propose it to my guests -) Happy Easter to you too !!

Hi Annina & # 9829 it's really that simple, thanks: *

Mmm, how hungry: Q__ I'm watering just to see the picture! Happy Easter :-)

VERY GOOD, what a delicious recipe! perfect for easter :) best wishes !!

But what a good cook! I find this recipe perfect and very quick to prepare, you saved me for the dessert :) I'll make some with cream and some with whipped cream! Thanks and best wishes for a happy easter: *

Hi Lorena & # 9829 but what a great choice, you will leave them amazed and delighted :) a kiss and thank you: *


Whims and whims. by lauretta

Good morning dear ones,
there are very few days left before the Easter holidays and I am still knocked out by this strong influence that has blocked me in bed since last week. I must say that I find it hard to recover and I have no strength but the fact of being locked in the house gave me the time to prepare these nice baskets and to store your sweets!
I also thought of a sweet recipe that is super easy and quick to make, prepare it together with your children, it will become even better!
I also thought of this little tutorial if you want to quickly prepare a nice basket to serve your chocolate eggs or to give to your children.


For other quick and creative ideas click here or here !!

Puff pastry roll
milk and brown sugar
mixed berries (or just strawberries)
powdered sugar

Cut out the shape of the dove on parchment paper (alternatively, if you have a stencil, use it !!) and with a sharp knife cut out your doves from the pastry.

Arrange your doves on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and brush them with a little milk and then sprinkle them with brown sugar. Bake in a pre-heated oven 200 & # 176 for about ten minutes.

Let them cool and stuff them with whipped cream and berries.

Close with the other pastry and sprinkle with icing sugar.

TUTORIAL: OVET HOLDER BASKET

plastic jar
colored cardboard (or colored adhesive sheets)
white cardboard
wadding
glue

To cover the writing I first covered it with a white sheet of A4 paper.

I cut out the bunny from cardboard and applied a piece of cotton with a little glue to simulate the pigtail!

Glue your bunny in the center of the jar.


Fill your basket with lots of Easter eggs and chocolates!


Puff pastry colombine

The puff pastry colombine with hazelnut cream are small sweet puff pastries filled with chocolate cream and hazelnuts, perfect to give to your guests, during the Easter the perfect sweet to accompany an afternoon tea. But these colombine are also the ideal dessert to share with yours children, when they ask you for a sweet snack and you have little time to make it this is the perfect solution.

The puff pastry colombine with hazelnut cream is a simple and quick dessert to be made in a very short time, meeting the most varied needs. At will and according to your tastes you can obviously decide to make puff pastries stuffed with jam, or you can use the shapes you prefer, such as an Easter bunny or other.

The puff pastry doves are easily prepared with a cookie cutter of the desired shape or you can choose the shape you prefer, print it and use it as a template to cut out the puff pastry. The advice that I would like to give you in any case is, regardless of the specific shape you are going to choose, to make sure that your shape has enough space to accommodate the filling, so a slightly larger part where you can put the cream. Shapes that are too stylized or narrow and long are not ideal.


Stuffed puff pastry colombine

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Comments (7)

Ah Evelin. on weekends he works more. : 9

since black hand likes to remove the muffins even from the comments you leave me here and that I reward (he did it a little while ago and I restored it), know that I have given 5 muffins to each of you. thankseeeee.

was born just for those who, like my brother, do not like the classic doves. now I will use the same technique for Christmas, perhaps using the comet as a template and with fillings more suited to that occasion. thanks for the compliments and for the 5 muffins. happy saturday to all. Evelin

I like the idea of ​​these doves. also because I don't like the classic colomba, in fact I really don't like it. Thanks!

I like the idea of ​​these doves. also because I don't like the classic colomba, in fact I really don't like it. Thanks!

I sell this to me for Easter! Thanks. Daniela

Great idea Evelin compliments, easy to do and highly effective. as well as delicious!

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Puff pastry colombine

The puff pastry colombine they are dove-shaped puff pastry pastries filled with whipped cream and fresh fruit. Perfect for Easter, the puff pastry doves are beautiful to look at and delicious to eat! I stuffed them with the classic cream and fruit filling, but you can choose the creams you like best and combine them, perhaps, with other types of fruit, crumbled biscuits, chocolate chips or candied orange peel. .

INGREDIANTS

For the base

To fill and decorate

  • whipping cream 200 g
  • fresh fruit (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries) to taste
  • fruit
  • icing sugar to taste

METHOD

Roll out the puff pastry to a thickness of a couple of mm. Cut out the doves with the appropriate mold (or with a mold of printed paper). Place them delicately on a baking tray lined with baking paper, well apart from each other. Peel them with the beaten egg and then sprinkle the surface with icing sugar.

Bake the doves at 180 degrees for about 10 minutes, take them out of the oven and let them cool. Cut them in half very gently, then stuff the base with whipped cream and close.

Serve with fresh fruit which, if you prefer, you can use in the filling together with the cream.

Did you know that.

The puff pastry colombine can also be prepared with more than two layers, forming a sort of millefeuille. A delicious variant in the filling can be with a chocolate cream and a crunchy almond coating.


Puff pastry colombine

The puff pastry colombine they are dove-shaped puff pastry pastries filled with whipped cream and fresh fruit. Perfect for Easter, the puff pastry doves are beautiful to look at and delicious to eat! I stuffed them with the classic cream and fruit filling, but you can choose the creams you like best and combine them, perhaps, with other types of fruit, crumbled biscuits, chocolate chips or candied orange peel.

INGREDIANTS

For the base

To fill and decorate

  • whipping cream 200 g
  • fresh fruit (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries) to taste
  • fruit
  • icing sugar to taste

METHOD

Roll out the puff pastry to a thickness of a couple of mm. Cut out the doves with the appropriate mold (or with a mold of printed paper). Gently place them on a baking tray lined with baking paper, well apart. Peel them with the beaten egg and then sprinkle the surface with icing sugar.

Bake the doves at 180 degrees for about 10 minutes, take them out of the oven and let them cool. Cut them in half very gently, then stuff the base with whipped cream and close.

Serve with fresh fruit which, if you prefer, you can use in the filling together with the cream.

Did you know that.

The puff pastry colombine can also be prepared with more than two layers, forming a sort of millefeuille. A delicious variant in the filling can be with a chocolate cream and a crunchy almond coating.