Tree made of puff pastry swirls.

Hello girls, ready to dazzle your guests with an aperitif that is as beautiful as it is delicious? Today, we dive into the magical world of Christmas with a recipe as charming as it is delicious: the Christmas tree made of puff pastry swirls.
Create your Culinary Masterpiece

Can we prepare the tree in advance? Yes, prepare it a few hours before and reheat it slightly before serving.

Topping variations: what are the options? Try different toppings like pesto, grilled vegetables or different cheeses.

How to serve the tree for maximum effect? Present it on a large dish, decorate with sprigs of rosemary for a more festive effect.

Storing the puff pastry Christmas tree? Store it in the refrigerator and reheat it slightly before serving.

3 Mistakes to Avoid for a Perfect Christmas Tree
Do not overload the dough with filling, to prevent it from breaking.
Avoid cooking for too long, which could dry out the dough.
Don’t forget to brush the dough with the egg-milk mixture for a golden color.

2 Golden Rules for a Successful Aperitif
Vary the toppings to surprise and delight your guests’ taste buds.
1 Ultimate Tip for an Unforgettable Christmas Tree
Use aromatic herbs to add scent and a more festive look.

Conclusion: Savor your Creation and Share the Joy
Here, my dear ones, our journey into the culinary art of Christmas comes to an end. You now have all the keys to making a puff pastry Christmas tree that will delight all your guests. Don’t forget to play around with the toppings and presentation for maximum effect.



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  • 300g broccoli
  • Seed oil
  • 2 sausages
  • 2 rolls of puff pastry
  • 300g of cheese
  • Egg + milk
  • Cherry tomatoes


Preparation Steps:

1. Prepare the broccoli: Boil or steam the broccoli for 2-3 minutes. Al dente cooking is crucial.

2. Cooking the sausages: In a pan, heat the oil and cook the sausages for a few minutes. Let them brown slightly.

3. Assembly: On the puff pastry, spread the broccoli, sausages, and cheese. Roll and cut into slices. Repeat with the second roll.

4. Forming the tree: Arrange the slices on a plate to form a tree. Brush with egg-milk mixture. Precision is key here!

5. Decoration: Place the halved cherry tomatoes on the tree. They will be the edible Christmas balls!



6. Cooking: Bake at 190° for 30 minutes. Watch to avoid overcooking.


And if you liked this recipe, don’t hesitate to share it with a friend. After all, Christmas is the season of sharing and conviviality!



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