Egg Puffs --- kids Version

Puffs...yum...One of the best savoury from bakery....its an all time favourite for me...i can munch as much i can in a day with any stuffing. In school and college we used to have this along with soft drinks and cakes along with friends...miss those golden days.... 
I always used to think it tough to make it...and even now i think the same as its lengthy process to make the pastry at home. But because we have an option of buying a pastry from the store, its easy to make the stuffing and enjoy with a cup of tea. Stuffing can be  veggies or non veg or eggs or simple cheese or butter...We can also make it sweeter version with dry fruits...
 It can be best for after school snack or for a party or cook along with your kids...Todays post is kid friendly version,Its not too spicy and easy to make. Under adults supervision even the kids can make there own snack.....Check other recipes which you can enjoy making along with your kids

Level: Easy
Total time: 30-40mins
Servings: 8 puffs


Eggs: 4
Pastry Puff: 1 sheet
Butter for spreading (optional)
Salt to taste 
Pepper to taste


Boil Eggs:
Wash and boil the eggs for 11 mins on medium high heat.
Run under cold water and then peel the shell. 
Split the egg and sprinkle salt and pepper to taste.

Thaw Pastry Puff:
While eggs are boiling, take out the pastry puff outside the refrigerator and keep it on the counter for 15 mins.
Then open the pack and cut it into 8 pieces and butter it if you like.

Assemble and Bake:
Place the halved egg on the pastry and fold diagonally as in figure.
Then bake for 15-20 mins at 375°F until top layer turns golden brown.

  • Once you start baking check after 12 mins and keep an eye on it. 
  • If you want a spicy puffs then you can add a tomato gravy along with eggs and bake them.

Wanna try....let set go..

1 comment:

  1. though I dont like eggs..puffs looks tempting...lovely click
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