Puff pastry and honey bows with chocolate

Puff pastry and honey bows with chocolate

Simple and helpful recipes like these always come in handy on dates like those that are approaching. Christmas is a perfect time to enjoy with the children in the kitchen but also to receive family and friends at home. With this "traditional" recipe, you will kill two birds with one stone.

Who has never eaten puff pastry ties? They are an exquisite, tender and juicy sweet that always triumphs, just try it! The ingredient list is simple: puff pastry, honey, condensed milk, and sugar. By themselves, the bows are delicious, however, you can let the children bathe them in chocolate, it is a final detail that they will love! Combine them in a tray with palmeritas and you will solve the snack.


For 20 ties

  • 2 rectangular puff pastry sheets
  • Condensed milk
  • 50 ml honey
  • 50 ml. Water
  • sugar (optional)
  • Dark chocolate topping

Puff pastry and honey bows with chocolate


We preheat the oven to 180º.

We extend one of the puff pastry sheets On baking paper and with the help of a brush, we paint its surface with the condensed milk. A thin and well distributed layer.

Then we paint with honey and cover with the other sheet of puff pastry, as if it were a sandwich.

With a pizza cutter, we cut strips 2 fingers thick throughout and then we cut you in half, also lengthwise. We should have strips of 10 × 3 cm. roughly to make the ties.

Next we twist the spiral rectangles, reproducing the characteristic shape of this sweet.

In a saucepan, heat the same amount of water as honey, stirring the mixture until the honey is completely dissolved. We use this syrupy mix once warm to wet the ties.

We put the bows on the baking tray on paper, sprinkle with sugar (optional), and bake for 15 minutes at 180º or until you see that they begin to brown.

We remove the ties from the oven and with a brush we bathe them again with the syrup of water and honey.

As they cool down we undo the chocolate coverage to the water bath.

We finish by dipping the tips of the bows in the chocolate. We let the chocolate harden and they will be ready to enjoy.

Puff pastry and honey bows with chocolate

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Puff pastry and honey bows with chocolate

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Kilocalories per serving 450

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