Puffies recipe – easy snack treats everyone will love

Simple, relatively fast and most importantly, you can make them exactly how you'll like them

Pastry lovers - beware! I'm incapable of doing my own puff pastry, so I bought it packed and ready to bake. On the positive side, it saves you countless hours and with the baking, the whole thing needs just under an hour to make. All you need is love. And some ingredients, of course. Here's my short list, but you can make your own, depending on your preferences.


Puff pastry - 800 grams or two sheets, 400 grams each

Beef baloney (goes great with the tomato ketchup and the smoked Scamorza)

Three different kinds of cheese - white brined, combo 50/50 of yellow semi-hard and smoked Scamorza

Tomato ketchup or any tomato-based sauce

Black olives (not a fan, but they go really well with the white brined cheese)

Dried spices and herbs (no cayenne pepper or black pepper)


Unroll the sheets carefully, then take a brush and spread a thin layer of ketchup on one side of both sheets. Now start putting your other ingredients, starting with the baloney, then the cheese, the olives and finish with the dried spices and herbs. After you do it, it should look like that:

Now roll them like a Swiss roll and when you're done, get a sharp knife and start cutting pieces, a lot like sushi, actually. Choose your size, depending on how thick or thin you want them to be. I prefer them thin, so I would put two fingers up top as a measure. Here's what it should look like:

And you're ready to bake them. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius. Now get a tray, baking paper and start putting the mini rolls 90 degrees sideways, relative to the way you've cut them. Leave some space between them, because they will get puffy and you don't want them to stick together. Before going into the oven, the tray should look like that:

Put them in the preheated oven and bake until completion. The end result should look like that:

Adapt them to your taste and enjoy! As always, I'll be glad to hear your feedback and see photos of your creations in the comments.

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Comments (23)

  • Those look good! Is the lack of cayenne or black pepper optional? I like pepper!

      13 days ago
  • This is a tasty idea!

      13 days ago
    • I like to make them in the afternoon as a snack, then I would leave some for breakfast next day and take the rest to work, where my colleagues usually leave me none 😂

        13 days ago
  • I need to try this really soon! 🤤

      13 days ago
  • We don't have those over here... but seem doable at home... i might give'm a try! 😁

    Thanks for the ideas man!

      12 days ago
  • I would have to buy my puff paistry as well.

    You lost me with bologna and olives but I do have a idea 🤔😀

      13 days ago
    • Sure man, you can replace anything as longs as it's not the puff pastry 😂I'm uncertain if a burger meat will get enough heat to cook, but I'm willing to try with that, burger sauce and cheddar next time around - like mini burger rolls 😎

        13 days ago
    • I definitely like your thinking with that. I can make that happen no problem. *wheels are turning*

        13 days ago