Pineapple Puff Pastry

Pineapple Puff Pastry

I think this is one of the simplest desserts I've ever made - 3 ingredients + 1 hour and you have a beautiful and delicious dessert.

I really liked the combination of pineapple with puff pastry, and the assembly method is very interesting. Be sure to try it, it's really worth it.


Puff pastry
1 piece
1 standard package
Canned pineapple slices
1 piece
12 pineapple slices
Powdered sugar
50 g

Step by step

Step 1

Count the pineapple slices (you'll cut the pastry according to their number) and place over some napkins or kitchen towel to absorb the liquid.

Pineapple Puff Pastry - Step 1
Step 2

Because I had 12 slices of pineapple, I cut the pastry sheet into 12 equal squares. It's important to cut a square for each slice of pineapple, about the same size as the diameter of the pineapple. Place a pineapple slice over each square.

Pineapple Puff Pastry - Step 2
Step 3

Make another cut around the corners of each square, without cutting the middle part - see the picture. You'll be able to figure it better by looking at the next pictures as well.

Pineapple Puff Pastry - Step 3
Step 4

Then lift up the outer corner towards the middle of the pineapple.

Pineapple Puff Pastry - Step 4
Step 5

Do the same with the opposite corner, bring it to the middle and glue the two corners together.

Pineapple Puff Pastry - Step 5
Step 6

Repeat the procedure for the other corners. Stick them together well with your finger. Here is your first pineapple flower :)

Pineapple Puff Pastry - Step 6
Step 7

Repeat the procedure for all the squares. Arrange on a sheet brushed with a little oil and place in the oven at 180-200 degrees C - which is average temperature.

Pineapple Puff Pastry - Step 7
Step 8

Bake until nicely browned. Remove from the oven and let cool a little.

Pineapple Puff Pastry - Step 8
Step 9

Sprinkle over with powdered sugar to sweeten them and to look good - and they are ready to be served.


Pineapple Puff Pastry - Step 9
Quantity: 12 pieces (12 servings)
Prep time: 45 min
Difficulty: easy
Ready in: 15 min
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