Fruit Puff Pastry Shells

This fruit puff pastry shells recipe is perfect to make when you have little time to bake.

Blackberries, blueberries on top of pastry shell that is baked.

Hello friends – hope you have had a nice week so far! I wanted to pop in today and share an super easy dessert that is fit for the fall and winter season. I really enjoy cooking and baking, but sometimes I don’t have the time I need to do it all from scratch. So I love to have recipes on hand that are perfect for last minute guests or on those days that just aren’t giving you the prep allowance you may need ;)… These fruit puff pastry shells are all of the above and here is how you can make them!

3 fruite shell pastry puff on a white plate.

At most grocery stores you can find these frozen puff pastry shells (seen below). You will need to follow the directions on the box specifically, but you basically pull them out and bake them. Easy, haha!

Frozen puff pastry shells on a baking sheet.

While they bake you can prepare the fruit. I used a couple plums and pears, a handful of blueberries and blackberries.

A plum cut in half on a cutting board.

I sliced the plums and pears in thin wedges.

Thinly sliced plums on a cutting board.

Then cut them into triangles as seen below.

Plums cut into quarters on a cutting board with half a pear in the background.

Next, I began to warm the plums and pears in a sauce pan on low heat. As the fruit simmered I added some honey (enough to cover the fruit) to give it an extra sweet glaze.

The plums in a steel bowl on the stove.

Once the fruit was softened, the pastry shells were about ready.

The baked puff pastry on the counter.

They puffed up nicely and were a golden color. I decided to stack two upon each other so that they would have extra height and a bit more dough. That is not necessary though.

Spooning raspberry jam on top of the pastry.

I then drizzled a spoonful of jam onto the top of the pastry shell (this could be any flavor, I just used what I had on hand).

The plums on top of the pastry.

I gently placed the triangular sliced fruit around the top in a circle.

Raspberries, blueberries and plums on top of the puff pastry.

Finished it off with the berries and let some of the sauce from the pan run off from the top.

The fruit puff pastry on a plate with lemons in a jar behind it on the counter.

This was quick and easy but also just as delicious!

Aerial view of the dessert on a cutting board on the counter.

I hope you enjoyed and maybe you will let me know if you try this out?!

The fruit puffs on a counter with a white vase in the background.

Thanks so much you all and don’t forget to stop by the rest of this week’s Holiday Entertaining Blog Tours for Thanksgiving! You can find my table and entertaining tips here and enjoy the rest of my friends sharing as they are linked down below!

Monday’s posts:

Bloggers table setting.

Designthusiasm | French Country Cottage | Cedar Hill Farmhouse
Kelley Nan | Bless’er House | Maison de Pax

Tuesday’s posts:

Tuesday blogger tour poster.

Town and Country Living | CitrineLiving | Sand and Sisal
Zevy Joy | Life on Virginia Street | Design, Dining and Diapers

Wednesday’s posts:

Wednesday blogger tour.

Decor Gold Designs | ZDesign At Home | Randi Garrett Design
Ella Claire | So Much Better With Age | My Soulful Home

Thursday’s posts:

Thursday blogger tour.

Shabbyfufu | StoneGable | Savvy Southern Style
Maison Decor | On Sutton Place | The Enchanted Home

Friday’s Posts:

Friday blogger tour.

Sunny Side Up | Finding Home Farms | The Wood Grain Cottage
Setting for Four | Becky Cunningham

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One Comment

  1. I’m so going to try this out. I have ample of time in the weekend and have been doing a lot of DIY. Recently I’ve added cooking to it and it been fun. Thank for this.

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