Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Vanilla Cream Pastry Recipe
















Who else is a fan of fancy pastries? Those warm, flaky crusts. That cream-filled frosted goodness. All packaged in a delicious treat that fits right in your hand!


We've all seen these delectable goodies, lined one-by-one in our local bakers display case. What if I told you with just a few ingredients from Honeyville, you can create your own, European inspired pastry? Best of all, you can do it in under an hour! Still not a believer? Sounds to good to be true, you say? Trust me, once you see how easy this recipe is you'll be telling everyone you're a 5 star pastry chef! And once they taste your delicious creation, there will be no doubt in their mind! Get ready, it's time for Vanilla Cream Pastries!

Ingredients:
12 Wonton Wrappers
1 cup Honeyville Insta-Whip
1/2 cup Honeyville Vanilla Pudding
1/4 cup Powdered Sugar
1 cup Water
1 cup Milk
1 bar White Chocolate

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.












Prepare your muffin tins by lightly spraying them with cooking spray.












Wrap each wonton wrapper around each tin, then lightly spray the tops of each wrapper.












Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes, watching carefully. Remove when done and allow to cool on a wire rack.












In a large bowl, add insta-whip, vanilla pudding, powdered sugar, water, and milk, and mix together with an electric hand mixer until you get a light and fluffy texture. Place in refrigerator and chill for 30 minutes.












Place filling in a large freezer bag, cut a whole in the corner, then pipe filling into cups.












Take your bar of white chocolate and, using a zester, shave pieces of white chocolate on top of filling.












Warning, one taste of these creamy pastries and you'll swear you're at a corner bakery in Paris! So light, fluffy, and full of flavor, these hand-held treats are perfect for any party, get together, or social event. The combination of vanilla pudding and insta-whip gives your pastry a filling full of flavor, yet light enough to fully enjoy each and every bite. This is a recipe your friends and family will be asking for again and again.












Stop rushing to the local bakery for all your pastry needs. It's time to bring the pastry chef out in all of us!

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