2sheets (1 box)Puff Pastry(I always use Pepperidge Farm)
3wholegraham crackers,broken into fourths
9.49-ouncemini milk chocolate bars
1/2cupcreamy peanut butter
small bowl of water
1largeegg,whisked with 1 tablespoon water
Preheat the oven to 400°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or spray with nonstick spray.
Lay the Puff Pastry on a cutting board. Working with one sheet of Puff Pastry at a time, cut on the three folds, creating 3 rectangles (about 3" x 10" each). Cut each 3 x 10 rectangle in half. You'll have 6 pieces to work with for each sheet of Puff Pastry.
ASSEMBLE THE TURNOVERS:
Lay a graham cracker on 1/2 of each square, top with chocolate that has been cut down to match the length of the graham cracker. Scoop a scant 1 tablespoon peanut butter on top of each chocolate bar.
Working with one turnover at a time, wet the edges of the Puff Pastry and fold (over) in half to meet opposite edges. Gently push the edges together to stick; use a fork to seal the edges together and create a ridged pattern. Repeat with each turnover until all are sealed up. Gently move the sealed turnovers to a baking sheet with a small spatula. (At this point, the turnovers may be refrigerated for up to an hour before baking- cover the baking sheet with plastic wrap- when ready to bake, remove from the refrigerator and continue with the instructions).
READY TO BAKE:
Brush the turnovers lightly with egg wash, then use a sharp knife to cut two small slits into the top of each turnover.
Bake for 15 minutes, or until the turnovers are puffed and golden. Remove from the oven. Let cool for 5 minutes. Scoop the marshmallow creme into a zip baggie (don't zip). Microwave for 8 seconds to soften. Zip the bag and snip a small piece off of the corner of the bag. Drizzle marshmallow onto the top of each turnover. Serve immediately.
*For the milk chocolate bars- I use Hershey's .49 ounce bars. Use any sort of chocolate that sounds good to you. Just cut it down or break it into pieces that fit on top of a 1/4 of a whole graham cracker. (Leftover mini Hershey's bars from Halloween work great!)
*Marshmallow Creme (also known as "Fluff" in some parts of the world) comes in a jar and is usually found in the baking aisle near the marshmallows.
*I tested this recipe with real marshmallows and they didn't work as well as the marshmallow creme.
*This recipe can be easily cut in half- just thaw out one sheet of Puff Pastry.
*These are best served while warm & gooey, but they can certainly be eaten any time!