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  • Makes 12
  • 20 minutes
  • Difficulty Medium
  • 5 Ingredients

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These banana malteser puff pastry sliders are a heap of fun and SO EASY! If you don’t have bananas or maltesers, switch out for fruit, nutella, white chocolate, jam – anything really. Just treat the pastry rounds like sweet little slider buns and have fun!


Ingredients (makes 12 Puff Pastry Sliders)

  • 3 sheets Puff Pastry
  • 1 Banana
  • 12 squares Dark Chocolate, roughly chopped
  • 1 box Maltesers
  • 1 tbsp Icing Sugar

Method

  1. Spread out the puff pastry sheets and allow to defrost for 10 - 15 minutes.
  2. Using an egg ring or other round cutter, cut out 12 rounds of pastry.
  3. Spread the rounds on a sheet of baking paper on baking trays.
  4. (Optional) Very lightly brush the pastry with a little lightly beaten egg. I don't do this but if you like your pastry really golden in colour, do the egg wash here.
  5. Place the pastry rounds into a preheated 180 degree celcius oven in the middle of the oven. Cook for 10 - 15 minutes until the rounds puff up and go a nice gold colour.
  6. Remove the pastry rounds from the oven and allow to cool slightly.
  7. Once the pastry rounds have cooled down, take a sharp knife with a fine tip and cut around the edge of each - you should then end up with a top and bottom.
  8. Onto the bottom add a few chunks of dark chocolate, 2 - 3 slices of banana and 2 - 3 maltesers.
  9. Place the bottoms along with the banana, maltesers and chocolate back into the oven for just long enough for the chocolate to begin to melt.
  10. Remove from oven, add a wedge of ice cream (I used vanilla but use whatever flavour you like) then enjoy! We lean over the kitchen bench and pop a tea towel on the bench to catch the crumbs and the drips. Delicious, fun but of course just a sometimes food!

Notes

Let the kids go to town with these Banana Malteser Puff Pastry Sliders! Supervise the cooking of the pastry but after that let them surprise you.

  • Yum. These look good.

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  • I can’t wait to try these and I’m not trying to be picky but it doesn’t say to put the tops back on. Are the tops just meant to be used cold?

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  • Hmmmm… there’s a whole lot going on in that. Would be interested to see someone else make it!!

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  • Pastry snacks always big hit in our family.

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  • These sound so moreish I definitely can’t wait to give these a try

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  • Sounds interesting would like to try this recipe

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  • Omg banana and Malteaser sliders now im interested!

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  • These sound rather unique and yummy.

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  • My kids would LOVE these-but as a special dessert treat

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  • Sounds simple and easy to do – but I’ll pass on this as it would be too sweet for me.

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  • aww these are a bit sweet but hey they sound and look sooo good. thanks.

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  • These are great if you want something a bit different.

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  • I think my twins would really enjoy making these!

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  • All the sweet tooths rejoice, lol!

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  • These sound so delicious but not my cup of tea.

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