Delicious Puff Pastry Recipe Roundup

Puff pastry elevates every dish it is in! Its flaky crust and buttery flavor make a recipe with puff pastry a favorite. Enjoy 34 delicious savory, and sweet recipes are made with store-bought puff pastry.

I’m so excited for today’s Recipe Roundups! I am a huge fan of puff pastry and puff pastry recipes. I keep a couple boxes of puff pastry in the freezer at all times. When I want to make a recipe with puff pastry, I just put the box in the refrigerator and thaw it to use! I’ve made puff pastry dough, and although it is delicious, it is so work-intensive! So buying a good quality store-bought pastry is really the way to go!

In this recipe roundup, both savory and sweet puff pastry recipes are featured! This recipe roundup is a cookbook full of things you can make with puff pastry.

In this week’s roundup, there is a section below called Helpful Tips For Using Puff Pastry. Lots of great info!

Ham And Cheese Puff Pastry Hot Pockets

Blair from The Seasoned Mom says…

Grown-up ham and cheese hot pockets! The combination of puff pastry, apricot preserves, honey ham, and Swiss cheese makes these flavorful, savory tarts perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or even a light dinner. Pair them with a simple mixed green salad with Dijon vinaigrette, some fresh fruit, or a basket of blackberry muffins. The homemade ham and cheese croissants are ready for the oven with just 15 minutes of prep!

Ham And Cheese Hand Pies


Here’s my two cents…

Hand pies! Little packets of flaky crust and yummy insides! These are perfect for an easy back-to-school dinner! The secret is all store-bought, easy-to-prepare ingredients! These little golden clouds can be frozen ahead and popped into the oven when needed. They go from freezer to table in about 30 minutes! Once you have the basic recipe down, the ingredients can be switched up, and the options are only limited by your culinary imagination!

Asparagus Ricotta Tart (Meatless)

Debbie from The Mountain Kitchen says…

Savor the final days of spring with this asparagus-ricotta tart made of puff pastry while asparagus is still in season.

This tart is perfect for Meatless Monday or any day of the week. With each bite of this tart, you get the fresh zing of lemon zest, creamy homemade ricotta cheese, crispy puff pastry, and sweet pops of garlicky onions with savory mushrooms.

Beef Pot Pie

Ingrid from The Cozy Apron says…

Warm and comforting, my beef pot pie is like a hug for the belly on a chilly evening. Prepared with a rich, hearty, slow-simmered beef stew filling that’s brimming with earthy parsnips, carrots, potatoes, celery and peas, my beef pot pie recipe is topped with a simple and flaky puff pastry crust, no homemade pie crust required!

Caramel Onion Mushroom Apple Gruyere Bites

Julie at Table For Two says…

This caramelized onion, mushroom, apple and gruyere puff pastry appetizer recipe is a must-make starter for Thanksgiving—or really for any party. No one can resist flaky, buttery puff pastry, especially when it’s topped with melty cheese and sweet onions!

KFC Chicken Pot Pie

Donna from Slow Roasted Italian says…

I love recipes that copy my favorite meals from restaurants and fast food chains. I don’t have to wait in line, spend a ton of money, or take off my pajamas! Check out all my copycat recipes!

Three Ingredient Puff Pastry Twists

Shinee from Sweet And Savory says…

Irresistibly addicting puff pastry twists filled with apricot jam and prosciutto. Perfect little bites of sweet and savory.

Salmon Wellington

Erin at Well Plated says…

When you pull this stunning Salmon Wellington from the oven, please pause a moment to admire your handiwork. It’s going to be hard to refrain from diving immediately into that golden, flaky layer of puff pastry to reveal the treasure of perfectly moist baked salmon and garlicky sautéed spinach within, but you deserve several solid seconds of serious self-congratulations.

Ham Egg And Cheese Brunch Cups

Lindsay at Pinch Of Yum says…

Puff pastry, egg, ham, and a creamy cheese sauce make these little brunch cups easy, delicious, and so beautiful! Perfect for effortless entertaining.

Pear Walnut And Cheddar Puff Pastry

Monique from Ambitious Kitchen says…

Gorgeous pear puff pastry tart with spicy cheddar cheese, toasted walnuts, and a drizzle of honey. This delicious, easy pear tart recipe makes the perfect appetizer for impressing friends & family and takes just 15 minutes to prepare! Serve warm or at room temp and watch guests devour.

Tips For Using Puff Pastry

How To Thaw Store-Bought Puff Pastry

Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry Tips And Techniques

How To Bake Frozen Store-Bought Puff Pastry

More Delicious Puff Pastry Recipes To Try

How To Make Quick Puff Pastry (I love this recipe)

Breakfast Stuffed Pastry Bars

Pepper Jelly Cream Cheese Pinwheels

Baked Brie

Puff Pastry Cheese Straws

Epic Chunky Beef and Mushroom Pie

Puff Pastry Hot Dog With Honey Mustard

Puff Pastry Cream Cheese Danish

Tomato Tart

Sausage Rolls

Puff Pastry Cinnamon Rolls

Cheesy Mushroom Spinach Puff Pastry

Sweet And Crunchy Cinnamon Sugar Palmiers

Gorden Ramsay Beef Wellington

Super Sticky Easy Pecan Rolls

Beef Wellington Pot Pie

Delicious Spinach Puffs

Upside-Down Onion And Gruyere Tarts

Triple Berry Cream Cheese Puff Pastry Tarts

Green Asparagus Tart

Easy Vegetables And Cheese Tarts

Pigs In A Puff Pastry Blanket

Upside Down Peach Puff Pastry

Ground Beef Wellington

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the golden rule for making puff pastry?

The best thing to remember to do when making puff pastry is everything must be cold. Cold flour, frozen butter, and cool hands.

Is store-bought puff pastry as good as homemade?

While store-bought pastry is quite good, homemade is probably better for two reasons. Some store-bought puff pastry is made with vegetable shortening instead of butter. The dough made with butter just tastes better, and it rises more.

Which is cheaper, homemade, or store-bought puff pastry. Store-bought puff pastry is more expensive. You are paying for the convenience.

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  1. lois christensen says:

    Thank you for including my Cream Cheese Danish recipe!!!