The crunch of flaky pastry followed by luscious chocolate caressing your tongue is
pure ecstasy for so many people that you’re sure to be a hit with this wee number
& it’s so embarrassingly simple to make!
Better known as the Pain au Chocolat, this is definitely a cracker of a recipe to whip up for a sumptuous brunch or ladies high tea.
Start by cutting a sheet of puff pastry diagonally to form a couple of triangles. Place the base of the triangle closest to you so that the point is furthest away from you.
Next, plop a dark chocolate melt into the centre of that base line closest to you & then simply roll it up. Turn the ends in to form the classic croissant shape, place onto a baking paper lined tray & brush with some milk.
Whack that into a 180c oven until the pastry is golden (about half hour or so).
Told you it was super easy!