Let the egg hunt begin!
Knock, knock, knock.
What's that in front of the door?
Easter of course!
And what better way to celebrate this happy holiday than with a sweet treat?
The Easter Bunny brings us very special eggs this year, namely sweet puff pastry Easter eggs.
These small works of art made of crispy puff pastry and a delicate vanilla quark filling with juicy peach pieces look like fried eggs and are therefore a real eye-catcher for your Easter buffet.
And who knows, maybe the Easter Bunny will even show up to convince himself of your baking skills?
But be warned - he might get jealous!
So, get the recipe and let the Easter magic begin!
That's how it's done:
You need these ingredients:
For the quark vanilla filling:
150 g cream quark
150 g crème fraîche
2 tbsp sugar
1 packet of vanilla sugar
1 tsp lemon zest
3 tablespoons vanilla pudding powder
Aside from that:
2 packs (270 g each) of puff pastry on the refrigerated shelf
1 egg, whisked
8 peach halves (out of can)
The preparation is so easy:
For the quark and vanilla filling
: mix the cream quark, crème fraîche, sugar, vanilla sugar, lemon zest and custard powder in a bowl.
Cut one of the puff pastries into long strips (approx. 0.5 cm wide).
Twist two of the strips together.
Cut out circles from the other puff pastry.
Spread some flour on a clean wooden board.
Roll out the circles with a rolling pin to form an oval shape.
Brush the edge with some egg and attach the puff pastry strips there.
Put about a tablespoon of the filling on the puff pastry and then position the peaches in such a way that the shape of a fried egg can be seen.
Brush the edge of the puff pastry with egg.
Bake for 15 minutes at 200°C.
Finally dust the finished Easter eggs with powdered sugar and enjoy.
You've been invited to Easter brunch and haven't prepared anything to take away yet?
Then this recipe for sweet puff pastry Easter eggs is just right for you.
© Simply Tasty
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