Make It Monday :: Gringo Sopapillas

Gringo Sopapillas

I love  a good sopapilla! Who doesn’t? I whipped up this tasty dessert with some leftover pieces of puff pastry.

Simply cut the puff pastry into triangles. Place on a baking sheet. Brush with egg wash. Bake at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes or until lightly browned, rotating baking sheet once. While baking, place cinnamon and sugar into a gallon size plastic bag. I just eyeballed the amounts, but use more sugar than cinnamon. I used about a 3:1 ratio.

When pastry is done, place into plastic bag and shake until coated with cinnamon and sugar. Remove and plate. I drizzled mine with agave nectar, but you could also use honey. Done!

This was a lovely little after dinner treat. And really super easy.

*Frozen puff pastry will take longer to cook than thawed sheets, if thawed decrease cooking time.

Gringo Sopapillas

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4 Responses to “Make It Monday :: Gringo Sopapillas”

  1. Jen K Says:

    oh my word…those look divine!

  2. Deb Cheney Says:

    Dave bought puff pastry today to try these. He’s a fiend for anything with cinnamon & sugar

  3. Barbara Stelloh Says:

    Patrick stuck out his touge and said Yaaaack! They look delicious to me, probably because i can’t eat sugar and crave it.

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