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Raspberry/Hazelnut/Chocolate Pastry

Last valentines I made this delicious Pinterest find for hubs.  We both loved it so much, it's become part of our dessert favorites.  Link to the original post for the recipe here.

This valentines, I'm thinking a scoop of Bluebell Home Made Vanilla ice cream on the side while we warm next to the fireplace.
Mine came out a little less than than perfect like the photo above, but the taste was totally worth it.
Post script:  A reader reported difficulty linking back to the original Pinterest recipe from Pillsburry, I changed the link to go directly to the recipe, but also included the recipe as I wrote it down in my style here.
Preheat oven to 350 F.

  • 1 can Pillsburry seamless crescent dough, cut into 8 squares, placed on aparchment lined cookie sheet.
  • Spoon 2 teaspoons hazelnut spread on each square.
  • Top with 3 fresh raspberries and
  • 4 chocolate chips
  • Fold the dough over and press edges to seal.  Form into heart by pressing indention in top center (for the heart top) while rounding the edges with your hands and ending with the heart point at the bottom.
  • Brush with a beaten egg.
  • Bake 13-17 minutes and cool 
  • Dust with powdered sugar. 
  • Microwave 1 Tablespoon hazelnut spread and 1 Tablespoon chocolate chips 45-60 seconds.  Stir smooth.  Drizzle over baked pastry and serve to your sweetheart.
... when I made mine I made 4 larger squares and doubled the filling for each square.  

4 comments:

  1. This really looks yummy. Such a "sweet" thought for your husband.

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  2. Oh, this looks delicious. (I couldn't, though, click over to the recipe...something went funky and said I'm not allowed to access it).

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Wonderful to meet you through Connie's link party. I hope you'll join the GRAND Social link party on Grandma's Briefs on Monday!

    Cheers!

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  3. That looks so delicious and the ice cream would be perfect! Just stopping by from the Say it Saturday Linky Party. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. oh so yummy looking!

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