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Apricot and vanilla pastries recipe! 3 apricot mumps laid on a pillow of vanilla pastry cream are enclosed in this gorgeous puff pastry, easy to make and delicious!

I used frozen apricot mums, so obviously you can use fresh apricots in season, you can also use canned apricots. If you’re going to use frozen apricots, thaw them and pat them dry beforehand or they’ll release too much water and soak the puff pastry.

To make this recipe, you just need to cut your puff pastry in squares of 5x5 inches (13x13 cm), lay a diagonal of vanilla pastry cream, cover it with 3 apricot mums, brush the opposite corners with egg white and glue them together. Optional, I cut a few hearts in the excess dough with a cookie cutter and glued them on the closure of pastries.

You can find my Vanilla Pastry Cream recipe here.

For lack of time, I used store bought puff pastry. Always work with very cold pastry dough as it is much easier to manipulate.

If you like this kind of desserts, you might be interested by my Surprise Lemon Pudding or my Salted Caramel Chocolate Mousse, click on my "Sweet" category for more sweet treats.

  • 6 pastries
  • Easy
  • 1 h 00

Recipe :

Ingredients:

2 or 3 sheets puff pastry depending on size

18 apricot mums, if using frozen thaw completely and pat dry

About 1 cup vanilla pastry cream

1 egg, separated

Garnish:

2 tbsp. mildly flavored honey

Instructions:

Make the vanilla pastry cream according to my recipe and chill it

Preheat your oven to 400°F (200°C) and have ready a baking sheet layered with parchment paper

Cut the puff pastry into rectangles of 5x5 inches (13 x 13 cm), layer a diagonal of about 3 tbsp. of vanilla pastry cream just large enough to make a pillow for the apricot mums, leave an empty space at each end, lay 3 apricot mums on top

Grab the opposite corners, brush them with egg white and stick them together, if you want to decorate the pastries with little hearts, also glue them with egg white, add a few drops of water to the yolks, stir and brush the whole pastry with egg wash

Into the oven for 18 to 20 minutes, start checking at 18, or until golden and puffed

Heat the honey just a few seconds into microwave and brush the top of apricot mums

Let cool completely into the baking sheet

If you like this recipe, please leave me a comment, rate it, pin it for later or share it, Thanks! It means the world to me!

Enjoy!

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I love apricots! This was delicious, I can't wait to make them again.

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Thanks Noelle, glad you liked them!

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Those look amazing and so professional. I'd love to bite into one of those right now.

Sharing!

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Thanks for sharing Jacqueline!

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Wow, these sound so divine! I think vanilla and apricots are such a delicious combination. And I love those little pastry hearts you made. Cute!

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Thanks so much Valentina!

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These apricot and vanilla pastries are so pretty and would be perfect for serving at a wedding or baby shower.

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Thanks Kelly, so kind of you!

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These dessert pastries look amazing. I love apricots dried and fresh and these pastries would be so nice to serve as a bunch treat or dinner dessert.

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