Quick and easy Tear and Share Pain Au Chocolat

Hands up who plans their Christmas menu way before even thinking about buying anyone’s presents? Hope it’s not just me! I have a Christmas ideas and bakes list as long as my arm at the moment in my last post I did mention I have a LOT of wreath shaped goodies to try out in preparation for the festive season. When I tested this Tear and Share Pain Au Chocolat the other weekend I thought it would be perfect for Christmas morning.

It’s so quick and easy and I’ll admit a bit of a cheat using the ready-made Jus-Rol pastry but I won’t tell if you don’t…

Ingredients Tear and Share Pain Au Chocolat

  • 2 x 275g packs Jus-Rol Pain Au Chocolat
  • Spray cooking oil
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup or honey
  • 100g white chocolate for dipping
  • Icing sugar and grated dark chocolate to decorate (totally optional!)

Method

  • Preheat your oven to 180°C/gas 7.
  • Unwrap the cans of Jus-Rol and then roll them out on a chopping board.
  • Cut each strip along the perforated edge with a knife.
  • Cut each strip into 4.
  • Cut the chocolate provided in the Jus-Rol packs into segments. I cut each piece into 4.
  • Take a piece of pastry and tug at each side to make it form a square. Place 2 pieces of chocolate into the centre and fold the edges in and pinch and shape to make a ball.
  • Repeat until each piece of pastry has been stuffed with chocolate and shaped into balls.
  • Lightly spray a 23cm pie tin with oil and arrange the pastry balls around the edge – this should make 3 circles in total.
  • Place a tin can in the middle to stop the balls spreading too much when they bake.
  • Bake in the oven for 20 minutes until risen and golden brown.
  • Once baked allow the Pain Au Chocolat to cool for a few minutes then, using a tea towel remove the tin can.
  • Brush with maple syrup while still warm.
  • Decorate by dusting with icing sugar and grating some dark chocolate over.
  • Transfer to a serving platter and place a bowl of melted white chocolate in the middle for dipping.

This dish is best served warm while the chocolate is still oozing in the middle. Enjoy!

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The perfect Tear & Share for Christmas morning! A Pain au Chocolat wreath with a pot of melted white chocolate nestled in the middle. Takes 10 minutes to prepare with my quick and simple pastry cheat!

 

 

 

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