Sunday, September 19, 2010

Puff Dogs

Both of my children love a frozen product called Puff Dogs. Now while they are easy to cook as they are ready to cook but I have to say I don't see the facination as they taste terrible. This of course has led me to do what I love doing the most.... trying to make them myself!!

With that in mind, I set myself the hard task of wrapping puff pastry around skinless cocktail frankfurts! Not hard at all..... in fact a task that is very basic and surprisingly they work out cheaper to make than purchase!

Alex helped out today and I should be totally honest she took the reigns and these are her Puff Dogs!!

Puff Dogs

Serves: 18
Points per serve: 2

2 sheets Pampas Reduced Fat Puff Pastry
18 skinless cocktail frankfurts
1 tablespoon skim milk

Preheat oven to 200 degrees Celsius.

Allow pastry to defrost. Cut each sheet into 9 even squares.

Roll pastry square around cocktail frankfurt.

Place on baking tray lined with baking paper.

Brush with milk and cook for 20 - 25 minutes or until pastry is golden.

(click here for a printable version of this recipe)

But what did the kids think????


Tv Food and Drink said...

Of course! What kid wouldn't love these? This big kid will be making them soon! Gary

James said...

Looks delicious! I made my own variation before, using biscuits and little smokies. Yours looks better and classier :)

Werribeetracyk from the WW's Boards said...

Oh I LOVE these!!!!! Used to make them the exact way whenever we had a kids party in the family :o))) YUM!!!

My Restaurants Melbourne said...

I love those recipes for kids that are so simple to make, yet they look fantastic! I'm sure if i made them at my house they would be gone straight away. thanks for the recipe