You'll probably be seeing quite a few cooking/baking posts from me...at least for awhile. Fall has really gotten me in the mood to make yummy things to eat! Today, Jackson was actually hanging around the house instead of out playing with his friends like usual.
So, I thought it would be the perfect time to try out this little pastry I'd had my eye on. It is soooo incredibly easy, perfect to do with little ones. Mine is not so little anymore, but I will take any opportunity to spend some quality moments with him.
This is what you need:
1 pre-made pie crust, jelly/jam, chocolate chips, or any filling of your choice.
That's it!! See? Super simple!
You take the pie crust and cut it like a pizza.
After that you put your filling on each piece. Katie does not like jelly/jam or anything like it, so I made some with Raspberry jelly(which Jackson loves) and some with mini chocolate chips.
Then you simply roll them up like you would a crescent roll.
Bake them at 350 for about 15 minutes. The come out all warm and ready to be eaten. You can eat them right away.
Or you can do like I do, which is give them a few minutes to cool, add a smidge of icing, and take a break with a pastry and a hot cup of coffee.
Making any sweet treats recently? Do tell!