Looking for a fun and festive Christmas dessert? This tear-and-share choc stuffed Christmas tree is sure to impress! Made with homemade puff pastry and filled with a smooth No-Nut-ella,  it's the perfect treat for your holiday party. Best of all, this recipe is so easy to follow? Earn extra brownie points from making your pastry from scratch like I did! ;)

Watch me make it here!



250g plain flour 

50g soft salted butter*

125g salted butter  

100g cold water 

Chocolate spread of your choice! (as much as you like lol)

Icing sugar for dusting 


*I used vegan block butter for this recipe! Regular butter works too 



  • Add 50g butter to the flour. Use a fork to combine the ingredients until you get a texture that resembles breadcrumbs 
  • Pour in the cold water and knead into a dough. 
  •  Roll the dough into a ball and leave covered to rest for 15 minutes


    • Roll out the dough into a rectangle, spread the rest of the butter onto the dough evenly. Fold the dough in three sections. 
    • Roll out the dough into a rectangle again and fold into three sections.
    • Repeat the process 3 more times and then place the dough in the fridge for 20 mins
    • Roll out the dough one final time. Cut it into two equal pieces and cut out a triangle with a little trunk at the bottom just like a tree on one piece



    • Place the dough on a sheet of parchment paper on the baking tray
    • Spread your chocolate spread, and place the other sheet of dough ontop.
    • Cut the dough to the shape of the tree, make slits on each side and twist them twice
    • Cut out a star with the left over dough and place it on top


    • Bake for 25 mins at 180C or until its golden brown 
    • Dust with a icing sugar and enjoy :)



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