There are two very good reasons this Sleeping Bear Pain au Chocolat recipe has gone viral. Firstly, it’s adorable. I mean actually almost too-cute-to-eat adorable. And secondly, it’s super, duper easy to make.

Digital creator Cristina Yin spends her time dreaming up some of the most unique and visually appealing recipes on social media. And one of her most popular is Sleeping Bear Pain Au Chocolate. A kiddie twist on a puff pastry and chocolate wonder hailing from France.

Cristina’s version is made using store bought puff pastry, little teddy bikkies and dark chocolate. So simple, yet so satisfy. It’s such a gorgeous after school snack that takes minutes to make.

Here’s what you’ll need to make Sleeping Bear Pain au Chocolat:

  • Puff pastry
  • Dark chocolate
  • Tiny Teddy cookies
  • Egg wash
  • Icing sugar

Here’s a look at how she does it:

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  • these sounds and look so cute!


  • I think these are adorable and kids would love to have them at their parties.


  • So cute! Perfect for parties!


  • OMG these are so cute!! I’m going to have to make these with my kinder kids.


  • Omg that is so cute. Thank you for sharing.


  • I love these – though not for after school. they’re a treat.


  • These sweet choc teddy treats look so cute!


  • These are too cute


  • I preferred yoghurt or fruit or raw veggies as an after school snack. Kids always come home from school hungry, feed them healthy


  • They are so cute and I bet that they are just as delicious! I have to try this. :)


  • I like this idea.Perfect for kids parties.


  • These are so cute!!! Plus so easy to make…..will try them over the weekend!


  • These are so adorable! I love them!


  • What a fun easy snack, always on the hunt for something different to do.


  • These are actually the cutest snack and look so easy to make!


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