Danish Puff With Nutella Spread

As promised, here's the yummy little danish treat with nutella spread. Do I need to make further explanation on this? ^_^ haha... The pictures say it all! Just look at the nutella spread underneath the crispy crust. Absolutely mouthwatering!

Come on, let's go to take a look at the process of the making.

Method :
(1) roll danish dough flat into about 3/4 inch thickness.
(2) roll it up like a Swiss roll.
(3) then slice into 1/2 inch thickness each.
(4) again, flatten dough into oval shape.
(5) spread on nutella jam and fold the other half to cover it.
(6) leave aside to rest for half an hour and brush on egg glaze.
(7) bake at 200'c for about 20-25 mins or untill brown.
(8) finally, leave aside to cool before serving.

Did you notice the changes of the shape? It's actually transforming into a triangle sea clam shape after baking. Just like those kaya puffs! Guess, you gonna hate me for showing these.... haha.... Now, I'm wondering should I show you this page or should I not??? Happy baking everyone and have fun!

Comments

  1. Kristy, I hate you! You are making me drooling and didnt invite me to have some of this.... I am crying now :(.

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  2. Looks very good! Just going to seat here and imagine how good it tastes because too tedious to make:P

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  3. -drools- Now I am craving for some pastries with Nutella. D=

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  4. I haven't try to make danish puff before.May be will try to make a kaya puff first. Yours one really make me mouthwatering la!

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  5. Gosh I wish I can have this for breakfast! That looks soooo good with nutella! Have a great day and more baking :)

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  6. nutella. i used to love eating this :D

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  7. Wish I can have one or two of these with my coffee now. Look really good. I am so tempted to try this out but the problem is the pandan flavor. Hubby is not a fan of it :(

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  8. how you come up with these baked goods?? I want a few pieces please.

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  9. What adorable little shapes - sometimes they come out unexpected. You know how much I love Nutella.

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  10. I bet this tastes like pure heaven. Yummm! Great recipe!

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  11. Mmmm... pastry and nutella, of course this must be awesome daaaahling!
    *kisses* HH

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  12. Jess : Haha...OMG, please don't blame me for this. ^_^

    Jeannie : No worries, there are lots of danish pastry available in KL! Just hop over to get some. haha...

    Jet : Glad that you like it too!

    WaiKitt : It's really not easy for new comer but you'll going to fall in love with it.

    MaryMoh : Do you have a large oven? Then you should make this with or without the pandan!

    smallkucing : Nutella is pretty expensive. LOL!

    Gert : No worries, you can just go ahead without the pandan paste. The buttery aroma just fantastic.

    Penny : Yes, you can! Just wait at the other side of the printer huh! hehe...

    Belinda : Good that you love it too! ^_^

    Emily : Very much indeed! Thank you!

    HH : Wish we can have these together! With a glass of ice-blended latte. My oh my!

    Thank you so much everyone for stopping by and spending your time with me. Hope you will enjoy this pastry as much as I do. Happy baking guys!

    Hope you're all having a fabulous day!
    Cheers, Kristy

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  13. Kristy, Please excuse me for late in coming here. I'm not feeling good recently, being sick on and off.
    But your Danish pastry really looks crispy and yummy. Really good for anytime of the day with a cup of good coffee.

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  14. Aiyoh! You are a very bad girl! If I keep coming here, I won't fit into my clothes eventually! I thought the Pandan Danish Loaf was bad, but OMG! You take out your Nutella big guns, and I am defeated.....This is pure, evil temptation and so close to Christmas *YIKES* I want to make this so badly....now there's no way I will fit into my Christmas dress. Finish!!!! *sigh*

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  15. With Nutella? I'd better hide this entry from my husband.

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  16. beautiful Kristy, can almost taste the nice pastry ... so creative

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  17. These look so good...I love nutella.

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  18. I totally like your pandan danish and the woooo....the nutella!

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  19. une belle version, je suis très séduite
    bravo et bonne soirée

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  20. would love this with a cup of tea yum

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  21. Ooh, another great recipe. These look delicious! I can just imagine the warm nutella and flaky crust. Yum!

    I would welcome this post to Midnight Maniac Meatless Mondays too.

    Hope you'll join. Your recipes I have seen so far fantastic. I'm off to check out the rest of your goodies.

    ♥ Rebecca Jean
    Midnight Maniac

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  22. What a fantastic sweet treat - very unique and I would definitely love to make this for my family!

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  23. Oh Kristy I think I can gain weight just by looking at you lovely photos! After a long day like I had I'd love to come home to some of your Nutella Danish sea clams! :D

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  24. Nutella and pastry! Must be very delicious. Thanks for sharing this idea.

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  25. What a perfect combination, the pastry looks light with a little crunch.... with the nutella filling... yuuuuuuuummmm

    Have a great day!
    Priscilla

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  26. I just passed out from all the deliciousness! We just finished off a container of nutella today :)

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  27. WOw! THis is really like heaven on a plate for me.

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  28. I love Nutella, this looks totally scrumptious!

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  29. even I not keen in nutella, but it look really good!

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  30. These sounds delicious and that's a cute shape!

    Hey Kristi! Thanks for visiting my space and commenting. I hope you will visit again :)

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  31. Ann : No worries, I know you're not feeling so well lately! And some of friends also having the same problem. Take care. OK!

    Denise : Haha...Then you should get a bigger size. lol! Same price, right?

    Angie : You're bad! haha....

    Drick : Thank you so much! Oh yes, Kristy is very very beautiful.LOL! ^_^

    Bo : Thank you!

    Tigerfish : Thanks alot and glad you like it too!

    Fimere : Merci beaucoup. on thé ensemble un jour !

    Rebecca : Or you want to try some different! What about ice-blended latte or mocha? ^_^

    RebeccaJean : Hi there, welcome to my humble little space. Thank you so much for your kind words and hope to hear from you more often. Btw, thanks so much for the invitation. I've already entered the link. See ya.

    Natasha : Merci, glad that you love it too! And good luck to your contest.

    Lyndz : ^_^ I guess you & Denise are both in the same situation. Must get a larger size dress for this coming X'mas. LOL! haha... Just kidding! But going to double up the Lippo cream! haha...

    Zoe : You're welcome, sweetie! Glad that you like it too.

    Pris : Yeap, quite seducing huh!

    Julie : Hi there, how are you? Glad to see you around. Will hop over after this! See ya later.

    TheSuddenCook : Oooo... Thank you!

    Dimah : Thank you! Enjoy! Hope to try out your recipe soon.

    Sonia : No worries, you can just omit the nutella and place in something else. Something that you enjoy having!

    Biren : So nice to hear from you! We'll keep in touch. See ya.

    Thanks everyone for stopping by and spending your time here with me. I'll try my best to visit all of you ASAP. Too many of you but too little time for me! Hope you won't mind if I'm late for anything.
    Hope you're all having a fabulous day!
    Blessings, Kristy

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  32. These would be great with hot tea. The shape is pretty too!

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  33. wow,kristy and another delicious baking thing...with nutella,oh ,so tasty!

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  34. What a gorgeous danish. Nutella makes everything wonderful doesn't it?
    Sam

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  35. Hello Kristy! YUMMY!!! Need I say more??? You have some amazing baking skills. I only wish I could make a danish like this...my husband would marry me again!

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  36. What a cool treat! I've just started following your blog, so I'm going to have to go back and find all your pastry and danish recipes.

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  37. we love nutella in our house, so this sounds great!

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  38. Cheah : Yeap, they are!

    Alison : Thank you!

    Sam : Yes, indeed! And thank you.

    Patty : Haha... You're not kidding, right? ^_^

    Em : Welcome to my humble little space! Hope to hear from you more often.

    Abbey : ^_^ glad you like it too! Enjoy, sweetie!

    Thanks everyone for stopping by and hope you are all having a wonderful day.

    Cheers, Kristy

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