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Apple Rose Muffins
These Apple Rose Cubcakes or Muffins are beautiful to look at, simply made with store bought puff pastry dough and fresh apples.
These cupcakes are not only pretty, they also taste uniquely delicious. The fruity-sweet taste of the apples goes perfectly with the puff pastry dough
I myself have only dealt with Apple Rose cupcakes or muffins in theory so far, so at best I’ve seen pictures and read recipes in German, until I tried baking them. Among other things these muffins are not only made with puff pastry, but can also be prepared with a yeast dough
Puff pastry sheets can be bought at the freezer aisle in the grocery store. I was lucky to find them half price at Lidl’s. The sheets are smaller, but fine for this project.
Wash one or two Apples De-core and slice apple very thin Fill half bowl with water and juice of a half lemon Place sliced apples in water and lemon juice Cut puff pastry dough in strips and brush with apricot jelly and some sugar Brush puff pastry with apricot jelly and water Place apple slices on puff pastry dough. Can be microwaved for 90 seconds to soften for easier handling/rolling Close puff pastry dough and leave top open. Roll the dough Spray Muffin pan with cooking spray, roll the filled puff pastry and place them inside of the muffin cup. Bake 375 F for 40 to 45 min. Convection 350 F, 30 to 35 min Remove the puff pastry roses from the oven and muffin pan. Let cool on a baking rack Puff pastry roses with fruit
This puff pastry muffin is a small work of art, none of which looks the same. As this case, these roses made of apples. Anyone who wants to bake Apple Rose muffins needs muse, sensitivity and practice. You will be rewarded for this with a special treat, which probably everyone will like (because who doesn’t like apple pie, please?). And second, it really looks good on dessert plate.
Easy and pretty, Apple Rose Muffins
I Puff Pastry sheet
2 red unpeeled Apples (Red Delicious)
2 tbsp lemon juice
3 tbsp apricot jam
1 hour, 20 minutes
These Apple Rose Muffins are beautiful to look at, very simply made from store bought puff pastry dough and fresh apples.
Thaw puff pastry sheets (I recommend Pepperidge Farms) for 25 minutes, but it has to be still cold
Remove the core of the apples, but do not peel. Slice paper thin.
Immediately place apple slices in a bowl with water and lemon juice, so it does not change color.
To make them easier to bend, microwave the apple slices for 1 to 2 min. to soften for easier handling/rolling.
Spread out the puff pastry dough on a clean floured surface. The sheets need to be cut 2”x 9” (or just use the already pre-cut Lidl puff pastry)
In a small bowl mix the apricot jam with some water and spread a thin layer on the cold puff pastry.
Preheat oven to 375F.
Drain apple slices.
Place the apple slices on top of the puff pastry overlapping one another. The upper side with the skin of the apple needs to peek out of the strip.
Sprinkle with sugar and/or cinnamon
Fold the bottom part of the dough up.
Carefully roll the dough with the apple slices from one end to the other and seal the edge at the end pressing with the finger.
Place puff pastry rose into muffin pan. No need to greasy silicon, otherwise grease with butter and flour (spray).
Bake at 375F for about 40 to 45 minutes, make sure the top does not burn (cover the last 10 minutes with Alu foil).
When cooled, sprinkle with powdered sugar (optional)
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